How We Help

How We Support Care Providers and Their Clients

At WellMama, we recognize the importance of care providers in the lives of pregnant and postpartum women and their families. We’re here to help you see as many clients as possible while providing in-depth, high-quality care.

Help Screening for Perinatal Mood Disorders

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We can help you screen patients for perinatal mood disorders, saving you time so you can see more clients throughout the day while still providing quality care.

We can help you screen patients for perinatal mood disorders, saving you time so you can see more clients throughout the day while still providing quality care. As part of their check-in paperwork, you may provide clients with a copy of the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS). You can print the EPDS or direct clients to our online version. After the appointment, fax the printed EPDS to us at 541-344-1737. One of our volunteers will follow up with clients and direct them appropriate resources, if needed.

Perinatal Mood Disorders Training

WellMama provides free in-service programs to medical, mental health, and community service offices and/or groups. In-services are tailored to your needs and can vary in length from twenty minutes to one hour. The in-service will cover:

  • Research updates for evidence-based care
  • How to identify and screen for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs)
  • How to talk to people experiencing PMADs
  • Pitfalls to avoid
  • WellMama’s services
  • How to use WellMama’s Warm Hand-Off program

To schedule an in-service, please complete an in-service request form.

Free Materials

WellMama strives to support providers in seeing as many clients as possible while providing in-depth, high-quality care. We can help support the perinatal women and their families who you see in your practice. We encourage providers to distribute materials to their patients, even if those patients are not currently exhibiting symptoms of perinatal mood disorders. By widely sharing information, you can help insure that your patients will have access to the support if and when they need it.

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