You are invited to join us at the 2012 Baby Blues Connection Prom for “A Night to Remember”!
Dust off your prom clothes or pick up some swanky stiches for a night of dancing, with a silent auction and prom photos. This fun-filled benefit is way better than the prom night of your high school days!
- Silent auction featuring goods and services donated by many great local businesses
- Amazing wine auction
- Glamourous prom-style photos by Marie Monique Photography
- Special “Baby Blues” beverage served at the bar
Every woman and family deserves a caring, trained ear to listen and understand when faced with pre- or postpartum depression or anxiety. Help us raise funds to continue to offer free services and eliminate fear and stigma by joining us for “A Night to Remember”.
PDX Kids Calendar is pleased to be giving away a two reservation “Date Price” package for “A Night to Remember” at the Baby Blues Connection Fundraising Gala on May 5th from 7:30 to 10:30 pm.
The Mission of Baby Blues Connection is to provide support, information and resources to women and families coping with pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders and to the professionals who serve them. BBC exists to support and educate all women and families at risk for postpartum and antepartum depression and anxiety. Our 24-hour warm line is the first step. We offer a mom-to-mom support group made up of women who have been through perinatal depression and anxiety themselves. This unique model allows new members to identify with women in various stages of recovery and treatment. Our support groups are strengthened as each member contributes to its existence and continuation. We provide information about the latest research and treatment of postpartum mood disorders to members and professionals alike. A current referral list of specialists in our area is available upon request.
As mothers who have experienced perinatal mood disorders, we are keenly aware of the lack of information and support available. Baby Blues Connection stands for this possibility: Mother’s will feel heard, acknowledged and supported, and will have informed resources to turn to, so that postpartum distress is lessened or eliminated and women do not feel alone or afraid.