Free In-Home Postpartum Support for New Mothers
Mothers Keepers is a charitable 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing postpartum support for families with newborn babies. We believe in family led support as each family knows best what type of support they need.
The name Mother Keepers came from the idea that this organization would help moms keep their homes happy, clean, organized, and safe or whatever they need! Arguably the hardest job is raising babies and we want to be that village that surrounds families as they bring a new baby home.
This volunteer training will include, good food first of all, an overview of our mission and our philosophy of service as we enter families homes. We invite everyone who is interested in serving local families with infants to attend! Come and see if it might be a good fit from you or to learn more about what we do.
Hope to see you there! If you have any questions before hand just shoot us an email or PM!
What type of postpartum support can
Mothers Keepers do for you?
We can prepare a meal for you and your family or help prepare easy snacks for the week.
Outreach Counseling (Coming Soon)
Discreet, in home, confidential counseling by licensed professionals to get you back to being your best self.
Light House Cleaning
Let us do some chores around the house while you bond with your baby or we’ll hold your baby so you can get some work done (chores, nap, alone time, a shower perhaps). The possibilities are endless.
Connection to Local Services
Learn about other local resources of interest to you.
Talking to children all day? Need a little adult conversation to stimulate the brain? Perhaps a walk with another grown up would be refreshing.
Screen Mental Health Services
Think you might have more than just the baby blues? Let’s work together to get you the help you may need.
Mothers Keepers provides in home support to parents to promote maternal mental health and bonding with baby. It is estimated that 1 in 7 mothers suffer from perinatal mood disorders such as postpartum depression or anxiety
Do you need a hand or know somebody needing help with their new addition?
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