Mental Health Care • Depression • Case Management • Medication Monitoring • Individual Therapy • Clinical Evaluations • Health Education • Psychiatric Evaluation • Postpartum Depression • Support Groups • Family Counseling
Postpartum Depression (PPD) is mood disorder that afflicts approximately 15-20 percent of new mothers following the birth of a child. PPD is characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and anxiety, and may also compromise crucial bonding and attachment between mother and baby. Although PPD impacts countless families and takes several lives every year, it is a highly treatable condition that responds well to therapy.
HAS offers the only community-based Postpartum Depression treatment program in the state of Illinois. The program provides clinical evaluations, individual and family therapy, support groups, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, health education, and case management to women experiencing, or at risk for developing, PPD.
HAS staff also provide workshops on PPD for case managers/case workers, counselors, nurses, midwives, and other health professionals.
Staff can help new mothers access needed resources and address other concerns, such as domestic violence and substance abuse, as well.
- For women who have or who are at risk for developing postpartum depression.
- This service is free
- Accepts women
- Adults accepted
How to Apply
Contact the Case Manager at 773-292-4242 to begin the intake process or for more information.
Broadview, IL 60155