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Leaflets & resources:
Useful links & organisations:​​


PND Awareness & support is here, whatever the weather, to offer hope, empathy and support for every parent or network affected by perinatal mental illness.​

NHS Wales Online Perinatal Wellbeing Support

Guided self-help programme to help new parents and parents-to-be improve wellbeing and access online support. 


Tommy's is the leading charity stopping the heartbreak and devastation of baby loss and making pregnancy and birth safe – for everyone. They provide expert, midwife-led advice for parents before, during and after pregnancy, working together towards safer, healthier pregnancies. They foster a connected, caring community, united in our goal to make pregnancy safer for all and advocating for and supporting those who have lost babies.

Tommy's miscarriage support tool

This tool has been developed for people who have had 1 or more miscarriages and are considering a next pregnancy. This tool supports future care. If you think you may be having a miscarriage now, call your GP if they are open, NHS 111, the Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU), or go to your nearest A&E.

Baby loss support is available here.

The Tommy's Pregnancy and Post-birth Wellbeing Plan

A two-page plan, endorsed by NICE, that helps you start thinking about how you feel emotionally and what support you might need in your pregnancy and after the birth.

Best Beginnings - Out of the Blue

A series of videos designed to support parents who may be experiencing a wide range of mental health problems.

Action on Post-Partum Psychosis

The charity for mums and families affected by postpartum psychosis

Bumps (Best Use of Medicines in Pregnancy)

Bumps (Best Use of Medicines in Pregnancy) has been designed to provide freely available, reliable, evidenced-based and accurate information about the use of medicines in pregnancy.

Their aim is to help women make decisions regarding use of medicines in pregnancy that are best for both mother and baby.​​

The Breastfeeding Network

BfN operates the Drugs in Breastmilk Service. Through this service they provide information about medications when breastfeeding to enable mothers to breastfeed their babies for as long as they wish and to provide information on the safety of medicines for each mother and baby pair.

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