If you need help, please call or text our Peer Support Line at (415) 320-6707. We are here for you 7 days a week.


We lead a community effort to prevent suffering and mental health complications in expectant and new parents and their children.

Postpartum Support Center (PPSC) is a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 2019 by a mother who severely suffered from maternal mental health complications in Marin County. Maternal Mental Health Disorders are a common public health problem with serious and long-lasting consequences for the entire family. Unfortunately, not just mothers are affected. Children are at increased risk for cognitive, emotional, and behavioral problems. PPSC provides free evidence-based programs and services concentrating on the well-being of women, their partners, children, and support teams, including: 

  1. Maternal Mental Health Peer Support Services: support line, peer counseling, support groups

  2. ROSE (Reach Out Stay Strong Essentials for mothers of newborns): a program that prevents postpartum depression

  3. Marin Diaper Bank: provides free diapers and other basic necessities to local children in need

  4. PPSC provides information, resources, referrals, self-screening mental health assessments, and advocacy.

PPSC partners with local hospitals, clinics, local providers, and community organizations to bring our services to the perinatal families in need.

Transparent Logo.png
Two Young Mothers On Sofa At Home.jpg


Via text, phone call, chat, support group, face-to-face and in person

Feeling sad, worried or overwhelmed? You are NOT alone! We are here for you. 
Copy of ROSE LOGO (1).png


The ROSE is an evidence-based program that teaches pregnant women skills and tools to prevent postpartum depression.


To request diapers & baby supplies or to find out about community diaper need and where to drop off donations, click below.