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Our Work

We build trusted partnerships with Federally Qualified Health Centers, Departments of Health, Medicaid plans and other partners to ensure BIPOC birthing people can access the mental wellness support they deserve.

Our Impact

We have been able to significantly decrease anxiety and depression for the birthing parents we engage with. In addition:


of our birthing parents say they are absolutely likely (10 on a 1 - 10 scale) to recommend our service to a family member or friend


of birthing parents say they always have the tools or skills they need to manage stress during the perinatal period after engaging with us


of birthing parents say they accomplished their stated wellness goals



"The check-ins help a lot, especially when you're having a bad day! The exercises help keep me grounded. I really feel this program has helped me, and if others can do it to help themselves, they definitely should,' said Mayra, mother of 3, who joined and successfully prevented experiencing postpartum depression (which she did experience with a previous child). 

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"This program was a lifeline for me when I felt alone. I was struggling with postpartum, but I was in denial trying to be strong for everyone and ignoring myself. When I felt like I was drowning, you helped me not feel alone. I don't know how I would have survived [otherwise]," Angel, mother of 3.    

Our Partners

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