- A survivor of postpartum depression, anxiety or other perinatal mood and anxiety disorder and want to provide help and hope to new mothers going through a similar experience?
- A mental health professional interested in being added to PSVa’s Resource Lists?
- Interested in ensuring all maternity patients in Virginia will receive information about PMADs in hospital discharge paperwork?
- Interested in broadening your life experiences?
We rely extensively on a state-wide network of dedicated volunteers who are the backbone of the organization. Volunteers provide direct support to new mothers and their families experiencing a difficult time in their lives AND provide behind-the-scenes support to PSVa in a variety of administrative duties. All volunteers have a positive impact on the lives of new and expectant mothers and their families.
- Interested in helping new/pregnant moms and their families? You can lead a support group or be a Mom on Call, responding to calls and emails from those seeking support and information.
- Interested in spreading the word about PMADs and PSVa? Join our team of outreach volunteers who provide information to doctors’ offices and local moms’ groups.
- Interested in projects and administration? We always need help with events, mailings, research, and special projects.
We are eager and excited to talk with interested volunteers! The first step is to complete the PSVA Volunteer Application The information provided is confidential and will help us learn more about you, your interests and your background. If you have any questions, contact JaLyn Tiffany, PSVa’s Operations Director.
Mental Health Providers
We routinely refer women to trained mental health providers who are educated in the nuances of treating women experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. If you are interested in being added to our Resource List as a Preferred Provider, please complete the Preferred Provider Questionnaire. PSVa’s Resource Coordinator will contact you with next steps.