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From Passages Wellness & Counseling for Women - Join our Online Pregnancy Support Group starting Tuesday, March 31st from 3.30-4:30pm, facilitated by Nicole Piervencenti, LMHC. She will help provide support, information and tools to help navigate through your pregnancy and delivery during this uncertain time! You are not alone! Call or email us now to register!💗
#pmads#womensupportingwomen #pregnancy #pregnantduringcovid19 #pregnantduringcorona #youarenotalone #passageswomenJoin our Online Pregnancy Support Group starting Tuesday, March 31st from 3.30-4:30pm, facilitated by Nicole Piervencenti, LMHC! She will help provide support, information and tools to help navigate through your pregnancy and delivery during this uncertain time! You are not alone! Call or email us now to register!💗
#pmads#womensupportingwomen #pregnancy #pregnantduringcovid19 #pregnantduringcorona #youarenotalone #passageswomen
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We greatly appreciate the New York State Office of Mental Health sharing about the Postpartum Resource Center of New York's expanded services to New York moms and families at this time!

Postpartum Resource Center of New York Statewide Toll-Free Helpline
7 days a week 9am-5pm
1-855-631-0001

or use contact form postpartumny.org/email/

You are not alone!Did you know? The Postpartum Resource Center of New York has a network of moms who KNOW how hard it is to be a new parent.

They are standing by to support you through this difficult time.

Learn more at www.postpartumny.org
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Nice to see this memory from a year ago today --

March 30, 2019 A BIG thank you to Connoisseur Media Long Island's Big Mike for interviewing Erin E. Mascaro, Event Co-Chairperson/Race Director of the 11th Annual Sounds of Silence 5K/10K Run, Walk and Stroller-Walk

2020 - The 12th Annual Sounds of Silence Run/Walk/Stroller walk for Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression /Anxiety Awareness is now Virtual. Register now at:www.postpartumny.org/sosrun2020
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Today Sunday, March 29 from 5:00-7:30pm

Planning for support during labor & postpartum during COVID 19
-
a virtual workshop for expectant couples.
Will be done on zoom.

Sunday, March 29 from 5:00-7:30pm
$20 per couple
led by Danielle Joseph-McKay, IBCLC, doula, childbirth educator, parent-child educator

Must preregister www.picktime.com/thenestingplaceli

We will cover:
-Understanding hospital policy in labor and postpartum
-Your basic rights as a laboring person
-Questions you should ask your care team
-What does support look like during covid 19 in pregnancy, labor, before hospital (separation from partner possibility), while at hospital, postpartum
-Tools for coping
-Baby bonding tips
-When mom or dad tests positive
-How to reduce stress after the birth on your family due to separation and/or stressTHIS SUNDAY! Please share with anyone pregnant.

Planning for support during labor & postpartum during COVID 19
-
a virtual workshop for expectant couples.
Will be done on zoom.

Sunday, March 29 from 5:00-7:30pm
$20 per couple
led by Danielle Joseph-McKay, IBCLC, doula, childbirth educator, parent-child educator

Must preregister www.picktime.com/thenestingplaceli

We will cover:
-Understanding hospital policy in labor and postpartum
-Your basic rights as a laboring person
-Questions you should ask your care team
-What does support look like during covid 19 in pregnancy, labor, before hospital (separation from partner possibility), while at hospital, postpartum
-Tools for coping
-Baby bonding tips
-When mom or dad tests positive
-How to reduce stress after the birth on your family due to separation and/or stress
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Mental health is just as important as physical health.

The New York State Office of Mental Health has launched the first-of-its-kind Emotional Support Helpline in response to the mental health impact of COVID-19.

Here to listen 7 days a week 8am - 10pm.
New York State Emotional Support Helpline 1-844-863-9314🗣 Mental health is just as important as physical health.

The Office of Mental Health has launched the first-of-its-kind Emotional Support Helpline in response to the mental health impact of COVID-19.

We are here to listen.📲
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Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders:
Finding the Help you Need.
Serving New York State Families Since 1998

In New York State please
email us or call
State-wide Helpline:
Toll free: 855-631-0001
631-422-2255

Hablamos Español
For help outside of New York State and the United States,
please contact the Postpartum Support International.
The information on this site is not intended to diagnose
or treat any medical 
or psychological condition.
Please consult your doctor for individual advice

regarding your own situation.
The Postpartum Resource Center of New York, Inc.
is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
Tax ID# 11-3449880

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