Mental health helpline for parents to be, new parents and new baby
You might feel sad, hopeless or unable to cope. Many people experience this before or during pregnancy, or in the first 2 years after becoming a parent. But if these feelings last longer than two weeks or have a big impact on your day-to day life then you could need help with your perinatal mental health.
Anyone can experience perinatal mental health problems. This includes mums, dads, partners and carers. So, if things don't feel quite right, talk to us.
Get free help 24/7
You can get advice straight away 24/7. It's completely free and confidential. Get in touch with a trained advisor today.
Text KENT to 85258 for free.
Free phone 0800 107 0160.
Types of problems we can help with
Speak to one of our perinatal mental health specialists for any problem, including:
- feeling overwhelmed
- low self-esteem
- money worries
- relationship troubles
- suicidal thoughts.
You're not alone
feel low or tearful the first week or so after birth
1 in 5
women experience a perinatal mental health problem
of women hide or underplay symptoms
of men have anxiety before or after birth