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Resources

For mom, mom team, and healthcare providers.




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Resources for Mom

Just a few resources to get you started with the Check on Mom Program.

Check on Mom knows how challenging being a new mother can be. That’s why the program is focused on helping you support your maternal mental health as you navigate these new changes.

Maternal Mental Wellness Plan

Capture the most important things you’d like help with within the 12 weeks after you give birth. Writing down your priorities and desires for new motherhood may help you maintain maternal mental wellness.

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Symptom Journal

If you’re concerned about how you’ve been feeling, use this Symptom Journal to start a conversation with your healthcare provider.

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Doctor Discussion Guide

Whether you have questions about a postpartum care plan, maternal mental health, or PPD, use this guide to make sure the talk with your healthcare provider is productive.

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Loved Ones Discussion Guide

It can be difficult to talk about your feelings under the best of circumstances, but in the fourth trimester, it’s essential that the channels of communication be wide open. Use the Loved Ones Discussion Guide to help you make a communication plan with your mom team.


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Maternal Mental Health Support Locator

If you’re looking for additional support, the Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance website can help you locate resources in your state.

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Postpartum Support International (PSI) Resources

If you are struggling to find support, check out the resources offered on the PSI website

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Resources for Mom Teams

Some tools to help support Mom

Sometimes Mom will know exactly what she needs. Sometimes she won’t. Here are a few tools to help keep the support coming either way.

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Baby Blues vs PPD Guide

Moms with new babies may sometimes feel worried, irritable, and tearful. This is known as the “baby blues” and it’s quite common. But, depending on when these feelings begin, how intense they are, and how long they last, they may indicate something more serious: postpartum depression (PPD). Use this guide to learn more and encourage Mom to see a healthcare provider if needed.




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Symptom Journal

As a member of Mom’s team, it is important for you to understand the signs and symptoms of PPD. This journal will help you know what to look for so that you know when it may be time to encourage Mom to talk to her healthcare provider.

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Resources for Healthcare Providers

Partnering with your patients on maternal mental wellness

You know new and expectant moms can benefit from support through the perinatal and postpartum phases of motherhood. The Check on Mom program offers an array of resources a mom in your care may find helpful.

Maternal Mental Wellness Plan

Help your patients plan for postpartum mental wellness. Check on Mom offers the Maternal Mental Wellness Plan to help Mom feel prepared for the fourth trimester and beyond.

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Download the Plan 

Symptom Journal

Is it “baby blues”? Or could it be postpartum depression (PPD)? Moms can use this symptom journal to keep track of how they’re feeling and share with you.

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Check on Mom brochure

Think your patients could benefit from Check on Mom? This brochure gives them all the information they need to learn more and sign up.