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The following list is a guide for you. We hope it will lead you to the resource that fits your needs. Our goal has been to keep this local and accessible.

Some are free, some have a fee. Itís always good to ask if your insurance covers any cost. Inclusion on this list does not imply our endorsement of the program or service provider.

Emergency Help Telephone Help Lines Online Help Support and Education
Where to Meet Other Parents Counseling Services Breastfeeding Support Other Resources

If you are a local provider and would like to add your name to this resource list, please contact us for more information.

Here are contacts to helpful groups, activities and events with some of our colleagues in other parts of the state:

• For Greater Boston and Surrounding Areas: Jewish Family and Child Services www.jfcsboston.org
• For Western Massachusetts: MotherWoman www.motherwoman.org
• For the Cape and Islands: www.capecoalition.com/mdtf
• For the South Shore: http://www.southshorepostpartum.org

• For Cambridge: Center for Families, 70 Rindge Ave 617-349-6385

PPD Symptoms | PPD Resources | Sleep Deprivation

It is the goal of this Task Force to bring together the practitioners, organizations, research, and best practices that North Shore families need for a healthy postpartum experience. The initial scope of this Task Force is the North Shore United Way community, including the following towns: Beverly, Manchester, Hamilton, Wenham, Ipswich, Essex, Gloucester, and Rockport.