Pregnancy Support Group: Moms Helping Moms

It’s not easy to navigate a pregnancy. As your body changes, you’ll likely experience symptoms such as fatigue, cravings, nausea, and mood swings. If the pregnancy wasn’t planned, you may wonder how you’ll juggle a new baby while working or studying. Thankfully, you don’t have to go it alone. There are experienced mothers who are eager and willing to share advice and practical help, as well as lend a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on.

Pregnancy Journey Together

Pregnancy Care Clinic’s support groups are made up of women of all ages and walks of life. Some have one child, others have more. Some are currently expecting while others may have just had a baby. However, each member of the group has one thing in common: They are here to offer support to other mothers as well as to benefit from the support and encouragement that other mothers have to give.

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Expert Guidance and Resources

Are you wondering about financial aid options that could help offset the expenses that automatically come with your pregnancy? Do you need practical advice on how to study while pregnant or caring for a newborn? Do you want to know what to expect from your baby’s first doctor’s appointments? Moms Helping Moms offers the expert guidance, insight, and resources you need.

Building a Supportive Community

Moms Helping Moms is all about building a community of friends. Our goal is to bring moms together to help, advise, support, and encourage each other. When one member of the group needs help, everyone is willing to jump in and provide needed support.

Medical science shows that support groups can decrease stressors and improve social well-being. This can decrease symptoms of depression that may lead to postpartum depression after a baby is born.[1]

Enhancing Wellbeing and Learning

A pregnancy support group is especially helpful for new parents. Learning about what to expect before, during, and after a baby’s birth can boost your confidence in your parenting skills and abilities. It can prevent health problems and enable you to better manage caring for your new baby while juggling other responsibilities.

Even so, support groups aren’t only for new parents. Even moms who have had one or more kids have much to gain from talking with other moms. There are always new skills to learn and new ideas to implement that can improve the pregnancy and childbirth experience.

Pregnancy Care Clinics have helped tens of thousands of pregnant mothers by offering free pregnancy services such as pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STI testing, and information about both abortion and adoption. PCC’s Moms Helping Moms pregnancy support groups offer women the chance to connect with other expecting mothers and receive practical help, encouragement, support, care, and friendship. If you or someone you know could benefit from the love, companionship, and help of other moms, get in touch with us at your convenience to find out how you can join the group of your choice.

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  1. G. Holmes, C. (2023, March 9). Benefits of Pregnancy and Postpartum Support 

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