Baby Blues Connection in the News

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Self-care and Social Support for Overcoming Postpartum Depression Midwife International – July 2013 Postpartum Depression and Anxiety in Dads: A hidden challenge Vancouver Family Magazine – June 2013 The Dad Connection: How dads connect for support Metro Parent – June 2013 A Conspiracy of Silence Parenting in Portland, March 2013 …

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New Tools

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We at Baby Blues Connection are advocates for self-care. But we understand that as new parents it can be incredibly hard to find time to ourselves while tending life, children and responsibilities. We often find ourselves squeezing in a few minutes online here and there, searching out commonalities with those …

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New Phone Number

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Same Friendly Support, New Phone Number Baby Blues Connection has a new toll-free phone number to better serve those in need.  Please be sure to use it the next time you give us a call. 1-800-557-8375 Or Email Us If you prefer to contact us by email, our email address …

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We Are Here to Help

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Baby Blues Connection is a peer-to-peer support service based in the Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, WA metro areas. If you believe that you or someone you know has prenatal or postpartum depression, there is hope. Contacting us can be the first step to feeling better. Call or write us and …

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The Postpartum Father

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  Monday, June 10th, 6:30-8:30 pm TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR 97215 Baby Blues Connection is a pioneering program in Oregon for moms and their families dealing with postpartum depression and anxiety. We provide support in the form of a warm telephone line, written and online materials, a resource …

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Be a Friend of BBC

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Baby Blues Connection was born in 1994. After developing a formal program in 1997, combining volunteer training and mentoring, BBC trained its first group of recovered moms who became phone support and group facilitators, delivering our unique model of mom-to-mom support. We received non-profit status in 2003. Since then BBC has solidified its …

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