The Freedman Center at MSPP

The Freedman Center is honored to be chosen as one of the
"20 Enduring Heroes for Families"
The Boston Parents Paperís
Best of the Best
The Family Advocate Awards


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Free New Dads Group

Balance After Baby

Have you recently had a baby?

Are you feeling alone?

Are you feeling anxious or sad?

This group will share and discuss the highs and lows of parenting a young baby, skills for stress and anxiety reduction, and learn how to access community resources. Participants will gain support from each other and a professional facilitator.

Eight-week series meeting for 90 minutes. Wednesdays from 10:30 am-12:00 pm. For moms with babies up to 1 year old.

Next Series Begins:

Group sizes are limited; pre-registration is required.

We understand! Bring your baby and join us!

Balance After Baby - Free Support Group

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MSPP INTERFACE®

News and local Massachusetts Resources on Post-Partum Depression from MSPP Interface® Referral Service. Read more...

Free New Dads Group

More Information on Post-Partum Depression

Post-Partum
Depression Facts

From the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Maternal and Infant Mental Health Advisory Committee

Latina Moms and Post-Partum Depression
How Might Post-Partum Depression Impact Latina Mothers?

Massachusetts Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) - Post-Partum Depression

Postpartum Support International of Massachusetts

Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project

MotherWoman Postpartum Support Initiative

Postpartum Support International


Playtime at The Freedman Center:

Reconnect with old friends - and make new ones! Your child up to age 4, and a care-giver, are invited to join us for a fun, free, playtime!


Tips for Parents:

Five Tips for Easing the Stress of New Parenthood

Top Ten Tips for New Parents

What is Post-Partum Depression?

Financial Planning for New Families

Reading List for New Parents

How is Massachusetts addressing and treating postpartum depression?