When postpartum depression turns into an emergency it can happen fast and often out of nowhere. You need emergency postpartum depression help when:
- Your symptoms are affecting your relationship with your baby and your family.
- You feel alone and ashamed, and the support of family and friends is not enough.
- You believe that things are getting worse, not better.
If you are in danger
of hurting yourself or
someone else, dial 911.
In an Emergency:
If you are in need of immediate postpartum depression help and assistance, please contact:
- Dial 911
- CAHOOTS Crisis Center: 541-687-4000
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
- Contact your medical provider
Trained volunteer support mamas, many of whom have recovered from emotional illnesses during or after pregnancy, provide emergency postpartum depression help, support, information, referrals, compassion, and non-judgmental listening to mothers and family members. It is our passion to come alongside you and at first, just be a presence during a confusing time.
It is our passion to come alongside you- not behind or in front, but side by side. Together we’ll get you the help you need, with zero judgment. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it over and over – we have been there. We get it. That’s why WellMama is here because we want to be what we needed.
If you live in Lane County, simply leave a message on our
Toll-Free Warm Line:
We will return your call within 24 hours. You can also contact us by email.
Yes, Dads get postpartum depression too and often need emergency help. If a Dad in your life is showing signs of postpartum depression, please reach out to WellMama for resources and support or call the emergency lines should the depression worsen. Click Below for more information on postpartum depression in men.