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Approximately 1 in 5 new and expectant birth parents and up to 1 in 10 non-birth parents experience problematic symptoms of perinatal anxiety and/or depression.

Perinatal Depression and Anxiety (PNDA) doesn't just affect new mums, it can happen to all sorts of parents: dads, and non-birth parents, sex, sexuality and gender diverse parents, as well as foster carers, adoptive parents, and extended family.

Across Australia, 100,000 families are affected by PNDA every year.


Are you are in a crisis or need urgent help?
 

 


What is PNDA?

Most new parents and caregivers have ups and downs. What makes PNDA different?

Resources

Have a look here for more resources, including personal stories, community-specific resources.

Campaign

This PNDA Week, we are sharing signs and symptoms to look out for in yourself or the people around you.

Stress Less Tips

Have a look at some ways to help reduce stress with tips for parents and caregivers, and their support networks.