Robert Lee YMCA

Mothers with children ages 0-6

An estimated one out of every six women experience troubling depression or anxiety after the birth or adoption of a child. This is referred to as postpartum depression and anxiety (PPD/A) and can be a tremendously stressful time for the family. The Post Partum Support Group, is facilitated by the Pacific Post Partum Support Society and is led by a trained facilitator. The group provides a safe place for mothers to connect with other mothers in a similar situation and receive valuable information and emotional support. Share your questions, concerns & stories in a caring and open environment.

Groups have a maximum capacity of eight mothers and complimentary childminding is available during group meeting times. Please bring snacks or a lunch for your little one(s).

Registration required. Please contact 604-255-7999 to register, or to learn more, please visit the Pacific Post Partum Support Society’s website.

DaysTimeStart DateEnd DateFeesRegistration
Pacific Postpartum Support Society can be contacted at (604) 255-7999 for more information.10:30am - 12:30pmAug 31---See Membership or FDC for contact details. ---

Robert Lee YMCA

View Larger Map 955 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y2
Phone: 604-689-9622
Fax: 604-699-9622
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