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Find the community we all need.

The Colorado Perinatal Mental Health Project (CO PMHP) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to transform Colorado into a state where every mother, birther, and family has access to quality, affordable mental health support by connecting families to resources, raising awareness, and offering opportunities for training and support for those who provide care. 

CO-PSI launches the Colorado Perinatal Mental Health Project

We are excited to introduce you to our new organization, the Colorado Perinatal Mental Health Project! Read a letter from the co-founders to get to know us and our history. Learn more. 

Perinatal mental health

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peri·​na·​tal men·​tal ˈheltth

: A broad term that encompasses mental health challenges that moms, birthers, and parents experience leading up to parenthood and through pregnancy and their child’s early years.

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Resources for Moms and Families

CO PMHP, which serves as the Colorado Chapter of Postpartum Support International, offers a variety of services and supports to help you feel better.


Find Your People. Access Support.

Denver-area moms and birthers are welcome at The Birth Squad. We offer several types of support groups in the Denver area including affinity support group spaces for Black and Latino/a moms and birthing people in English and Spanish. Babies are welcome at all groups! We also offer childcare, so feel free to ask more about that if you have older kids.


Networking, Resources, and Training for Perinatal Professionals


As the Colorado Chapter of Postpartum Support International, CO PMHP promotes awareness, prevention, and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide. Get connected to resources for moms, birthers, and their families; trainings; scholarships; and perinatal professionals right here in Colorado.

Explore Upcoming Events

We have events geared towards moms, birthers, parents, and providers who work with the perinatal population.

Support Moms and Birthers in Colorado.

Your donation helps us transform Colorado into a state where every parent, birther, and family accesses quality, affordable mental health support.

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Share Your Story

Moms, birthers, and parents, if you have experienced a perinatal mental health challenge and are ready to share your story, we want to hear from you!

Get in Touch

Have a question, idea, or resource? Contact us so we can connect with you.

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