Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

New Moms Connect

Are you or is someone you love a new mom who just cries and cries...you are not alone. The New Moms Connect program is designed to help new mothers and their families who are experiencing stressors and symptoms associated with Postpartum Depression by providing education, prevention, intervention and support services. New Moms Connect helps new mothers experiencing Postpartum Depression to overcome feelings of isolation, depression and stress while increasing access to community resources and strengthening their support network. Support and resources are available to family members assisting them in their role of caring for a new mom who is struggling.

 

50%-80% of new mothers experience the “baby blues”. FOr mORE INFORMATION ABOUT "BABY BLUES" AND ppd CLICK HERE.

 

New Moms Connect - Post Partum Support Group

Thursdays 11:00 AM (ongoing)
At the
JFS { Pico Robertson Family Resource Center

8838 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90035

This weekly group is a supportive space to meet other moms, learn baby care skills and talk about child development. The group shares personal experiences in a warm and caring environment.

RSVP is required to attend - this is not a drop in group. To RSVP, or for more information about NEW MOMS CONNECT please contact Melanie Weiner, LMFT at 310-247-0864 ext 218  or newmomsconnect@jfsla.org

This program has been made available in part by a grant from the Tikun Olam Foundation of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles.

 

 

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