What does it mean to become a member?
Membership in the Perinatal Mental Health Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (PMHANL) means
joining a rapidly growing network of organizations working together to foster positive change in
perinatal mental health to help ensure that birth parents and families receive the best possible mental
health care from the time pregnancy is considered to the infant’s first few years. PMHANL’s overall vision is to help foster an interconnected system of support for perinatal mental health services.
Is there a cost? A commitment?
There are no set criteria for membership other than a commitment to our vision and no
fee for joining. Meetings of the Alliance occur three times a year and frequent opportunities are given to participate in other relevant events and workshops.
Who can join?
Membership is open to persons with lived experience, service providers in all sectors (health care, community, family resource centres, education, etc.) and individuals who want to make a difference.
What are the benefits?
Joining the PMHANL gives you and your organisation an opportunity to work with other like-minded
people and organisations to influence as well as support service improvement in perinatal mental
health. Being part of the Alliance provides a chance to make vital connections and partnerships, to share
with and learn from others and to gain regular access to current information and news.
Astros Infant Care Centre, Bay Roberts
Brighter Futures Coalition of St. John’s and District
Canadian Mental Health Association NL
Choices for Youth
Daybreak Parent Child Centre, St. John's
Department of Children, Seniors, and Social Development
Department of Health and Community Services
Doula Collective of Newfoundland and Labrador
Children’s and Women’s Health Program
Health Promotion Division
Pediatrics & Newborn Care
Perinatal Program NL
Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease
Women’s Health Program
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Medicine, Community Health & Humanities
Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
Faculty of Nursing
NL Family Resource Programs
NL Public Health Association (NLPHA)
YWCA St. John's