Additional Resources

More tools and resources to help healthcare providers and parents navigate issues around perinatal mental health. Have an idea for a resource you’d like us to add? Email us at peace4moms@emory.edu

For Parents

Advice on asking for help and advocating for your needs around pregnancy and parenthood.

  • Letter for your Primary Care Provider

    Do you need mental health care but can’t find a specialist? Share this letter with your primary care provider to let them know how PEACE for Moms can help. PEACE for Mom operates in the state of Georgia, and as such, this letter is intended only intended for patients and providers in the state of Georgia.

  • Self-Care Bingo

    In the hectic days of parenthood, self-care is easy to overlook. Keep this game nearby to help you remember to prioritize your well-being.


For Pediatricians

Pediatricians may be well-positioned to monitor and advocate for the well-being of their patients’ caregivers, who may be neglecting their own health as they focus on that of their new baby.

  • Screening parents during well-child visits

    Recommendations for pediatricians around assessing the mental health of new parents.

  • Pediatrician-to-PCP referral letter

    If you suspect postpartum depression in the parent of a patient, you may wish to notify the parents’ provider using this form letter, which also points the provider to the services that PEACE for Moms offers. PEACE for Mom operates in the state of Georgia, and as such, this letter is intended only intended for patients and providers in the state of Georgia.


For Therapists & Birth Workers

Parenthood may place new demands on patients with pre-existing mental health conditions, or anyone who is currently in a psychotherapeutic or birthing support relationship. Therapists and birth workers should monitor patients for signs of distress around this critical time.

  • Screening perinatal patients during your sessions

    Recommendations for psychotherapists and birth workers working with perinatal patients.

  • PCP referral letter

    If you suspect postpartum mental health issues in your patient, you may wish to notify the patients’ provider using this form letter, which also points the provider to the services that PEACE for Moms offers. PEACE for Mom operates in the state of Georgia, and as such, this letter is intended only intended for patients and providers in the state of Georgia.