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SUPPORT during any time of crisis IS KEY

not only to the sufferer but to those around them too
the diagnosis of any mental health condition comes as a shock but
You are not on your own


Listed below are support groups that Rebecca has had first hand experience / contact with

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PANDAS
Lotus Petal Family Support

The PANDAS Foundation is here to help support and advise any parent who is experiencing a perinatal mental illness.  We are also here to inform and guide family members, carers, friends and employers as to how they can support someone who is suffering.

PANDAS Helpline: 0843 28 98 401

PANDAS Website: www.pandasfoundation.org.uk



Our mission is to provide peer support to mums experiencing perinatal mental illnesses and help those suffering access the help and care they deserve. Our peer support group provides a safe environment for mums to meet, chat, gain advice and friendship. The groups are located within Little Lions children centre on Canvey Island where mums will have access to health visitors if they wish. We can also provide links to the local midwives, as well as the perinatal mental health team.

Lotus Petals website : www.lotuspetalpnd.co.uk

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Mind
PND & Me

We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

MIND Helpline : 020 8519 2122

MIND Website : www.mind.org.uk


Founded by mother of three Rosey Adams, in January 2014, after experiencing Antenatal and Postnatal Depression which each of her children.
PND and Me has continued to grow and create large network of mothers, fathers and health care professionals from around the UK that link in together every Wednesday via the PND and Me Twitter account for the #PNDHour tweet chat between 8-9pm. We have discussed a wide range of topics surrounding
Perinatal Mental Illness in a safe, non jugemental space.
PND & Me Website : www.pndandme.co.uk

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Meet new like minded mums...
During the research for this site Rebecca came across 'Mush' an amazing new free app.

Talking is an amazing therapy.  It not only allows you to voice your feelings and worries but it also can be reassuring to hear other people are going through the same experiences and having the same thoughts and anxieties as you.

A 'lonely' mother who struggled to talk to strangers while she was bringing up her two young children has created a revolutionary app to help parents make new friends.
Sarah Hesz, 34, was craving adult conversation after she gave birth to her second child but found it hard to approach other mothers because she was 'shy'.
However, Mrs Hesz, from East Sheen, south west London, finally plucked up the courage to chat to Katie Massie-Taylor, 33, who had two children the same age as hers. 
The pair became close and after one 'manic meal' at Pizza Express with the four children, they came up with an idea which would 'make life easier for mums'. 
Taken from the Daily Mail website