postpartum depression researchResearchers at Brown University are conducting a research study offering free counseling for depression following a loss of a pregnancy or young infant.  If you are a woman between the ages of 18 and 50 years old and have experienced the loss of a pregnancy or young infant within the past 2 weeks – 6 months, please call them at 401-444-1937 or visit them here to find out if they can help.  Note: You need to live in the greater Providence, Rhode Island, area to be able to participate, so please share this info with OBs, mental healthcare providers and others you know in or near Rhode Island so that women who need it may be able to benefit from the study.

If you have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or other loss of a baby, Postpartum Progress understands that you may have many painful emotions during this difficult time, and we want you to know we do have resources here for you:

What is the Difference Between Grief & Depression After Miscarriage or Pregnancy Loss?

3 Ways to Support Women Who’ve Experienced Pregnancy Loss

Postpartum Depression After Miscarriage or Stillbirth