PPD & PMAD- What you need to know during this fourth trimester!


My baby is here- now what? What you need to know during the #FourthTrimester!

PPD anyone can suffer from PMADInformation and Assistance: 




PMAD fact Postpartum Support InternationalRaleigh area Free Support Groups: 


  • Moms Supporting Moms    They meet weekly on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at Rex Hospital in the Women’s Birth Center.      They also have a “warm line” for moms who want to talk but can’t make it to the meeting. Messages are picked up twice a day.   919-454-6946



  • UNC Support Group for Moms with PMAD- They meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month in the Family Medicine Building from 6:30-8 pm.  919-966-3115

first time mom may be depressedTreatment and Assessment:


  • UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders in Chapel Hill    Provides assessment and treatment including counseling, medication and on-going support. They also manage the only inpatient perinatal psychiatry unit in the country. The unit provides specialty care for women suffering from severe perinatal psychiatric illness.   919-966-5217


  • Chris Raines- nurse practitioner in psychiatry at UNC in Chapel Hill 919-966-3115


  •  Dr. Rachel Feuer– clinical associate in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke in Durham   919-684-0102


  • Nancy Ciocci, MSW-licensed clinical social worker in Hillsborough, NC  919-245-0451


  • Dr. Amanda Dorn–  psychiatrist with Family Psychiatry & Psychology Associates in Cary-919-233-4131



  • Dr. David Miller   psychiatrist in Wake Forest     919-593-6844


  • Moms and Emotions    NC Family Health Resource 800-367-2229



  • Alliance Behavioral Healthcare    800-510-9132



  •  Tony Delmedico   Works with men whose partners experience PMAD and men who may experience PPD.   919-623-8118



  •  Anxiety treatment Center
    • Chapel Hill 919-962-2507
    • Durham- 919-361-5384