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As a state chapter of Postpartum Support International, the Utah Maternal Health Collaborative provides free phone and email support provided by mothers who have experienced emotional health complications around pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, miscarriage and loss as well as helpful online resources and referrals, education & professional development and advocacy.
Climb Out of the Darkness® is the world’s largest event raising awareness of maternal mental illnesses like postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety & OCD, postpartum PTSD, postpartum psychosis, bipolar/peripartum onset, and pregnancy depression and anxiety.
Climb Out of the Darkness® is held on or near the longest day of the year annually to help shine the most light on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. The event features mothers and others across the globe joining together to climb mountains and hike trails to represent their symbolic rise out of the darkness of maternal mental illness and into the light of hope and recovery.
We can’t wait for Climb Out of the Darkness 2017, to be held on June 24th here in Salt Lake City. Mark your calendars! Help us shine the light of hope with our words and our advocacy efforts so that our fellow mothers will receive better information and better treatment, and their new families will get off to the healthy and strong start they deserve. Your donation goes directly to local efforts to achieve these goals! If you have questions or would like to lead or join a Climb or become a Climb sponsor, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We bring mothers with lived experience together with medical, mental health & allied professionals in our communities. Our mission is to exchange ideas and form relationships to increase and improve awareness, prevention, detection, and treatment of maternal mental health conditions in Utah. Our goal is to ensure that every woman in Utah receives information on risk, prevention, and treatment of pregnancy and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders which affect at least 13% of Utah moms.
We welcome all races, religions, nationalities, sexual orientations and genders.
The UMMHC values diversity and is a place of inclusion.
We believe that Mom’s Mental Health Matters!