Monthly Meeting on Wednesday 1st November 2017 at 8.00pm in the Listowel Family CentreRead More
Our 25th Anniversary Celebration, was held on Friday, October 6th, in Cork.Read More
Postnatal depression is a term used to cover feelings of depression after having a baby. At first many women are tired, feel unsure and are not able to cope when they come home from hospital. This normally passes within a couple of weeks. However, for mothers with postnatal depression, things do not improve:
These women are not ungrateful or unmotherly, they are experiencing one of the most common complications of childbirth, from which too many women still suffer unnecessarily in silence - Post-Natal Depression.
At Postnatal Depression Ireland our mission is to provide support, help & friendship to those suffering from the effects of Post Natal Depression. We have been providing these services free of charge for 25 years & hope to continue to do so long into the future.