Mental Health & Intimate Partner Violence


Organization WebsiteHotline Phone Number
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence1-800-334-2836
National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-7233
Postpartum Support International Helpline1-800-944-4773
Grady Memorial Hospital Women’s Urgent Care
& Walk-In Centers (Atlanta, GA)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline800-273-8255
SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline (Substance
Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration)

Intimate Partner Violence

What is the 4th Trimester?

It’s natural to feel strong emotions when you’re pregnant and just after you’ve had a baby. You may feel elated, or you may feel sad. Many women have the “baby blues” just after birth. They feel sad, impatient, or irritable. These feelings usually go away in a week or two. They don’t always need to be treated by a health care provider. For some women, feelings of sadness are much more intense. These intense feelings are called postpartum depression, or PPD. Changes in hormones and brain chemistry are linked to PPD; these are not things you can control, and you may need help. Postpartum depression can be treated with medication and counseling (taken from

Maternal Mental Health Support

About Us

We are a teaching clinic overseen by volunteer providers from Emory University School of Medicine and around Atlanta.

Meet the Team

Located at Clarkston Community Health Center

3700 Market Street, Suite E-1 Clarkston, GA 30021

Direction and Maps

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