Raising awareness of postpartum depression this Mother's Day - Tucson News Now

Raising awareness of postpartum depression this Mother's Day

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This weekend we celebrate the women who raised us.

With Mother's day almost here, awareness is being raised about a tough issue, postpartum depression.

Tara Stanislav, a volunteer with the Tucson Postpartum Depression Coalition talked about the resources available to women and families.

Arizona Warmline 888-434-MOMS (6667). This line is an answering service where you can leave your info and a trained volunteer will return your call in 24hrs.

For situations needing immediate attention- Crisis Response Center 520-622-6000 OR 911.

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