These services can support you if you need help.

If you or a loved one needs help with your mental health, please speak with your GP, health visitor, midwife or any healthcare professional.

We are unable to provide you medical advice but can recommend some resources.

For all healthcare appointments during and post pregnancy, speak with your local team. We are unable to amend or make appointments through this website.

Getting help and support when we need it is an important part of helping to keep us well.

You can reach out to any healthcare professional who is helping you on your pregnancy and birth journey.

Your GP, midwife or health visitor will be able to refer you to the right service. This may include a support group or talking therapies.

You can also find advice on the NHS website or call 111

Here you can find information on keeping well in pregnancy but also other advice on sleep, mental health and anxiety

You can contact the Samaritans on 116 123 or email:

There are also organisations available if you, or a loved one, need more urgent mental health support. Your GP, midwife or health visitor can help you access these services or refer you to your local mother and infant mental health service (also known as perinatal mental health community support).

If you think there is imminent danger, you should call 999.


NHS – Every Mind Matters

Mind – Postnatal depression and perinatal mental health


Skip to content