Maternal Mental Health Strategy of Saskatchewan

The Maternal Mental Health Strategy Saskatchewan Advisory Group are mothers, advocates, and healthcare providers improving awareness, and recommending policy updates for women who suffer from depression and or anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), psychosis or more during pregnancy and postpartum. Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) are treatable!

Angela Bowen – co-Chair and SK Maternal Mental Health Strategy, Project Manager,

Elita Paterson – co-Chair and SK Maternal Mental Health Strategy, Public Representative,

Sara Beckel – Family First Doula Services, Lilium Health & Mother with lived experience

Rashmi Tandukar Bhaukaji – Perinatal and Infant Health Program Coordinator, Saskatchewan Prevention Institute

Morag Granger – Ministry of Health, Population Health Branch, Public Health Nursing Consultant

Amanda Harder – Mother of 4 & Founder, Mothers Empowering Mothers Inc., Saskatoon’s Postpartum Support Group

Ally Hrbachek – Mother of 3 & Owner/Baker/Educator, Ally’s Cake Creeations

Kim Larson – Clinical Social Worker, Bloom Counselling & Wellness Center

Jessica Kitchemonia – Mother of 4 from southeast Five Hills

Cara Maher – Manager, Provincial HealthLine 811

Zoya Malik – Mother of 2 & Manager, International Student Services, University of Regina

Phyllis O’Connor – Executive Director, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Saskatchewan Division

Monica Totton – Executive Director, Regina Early Learning Centre

Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to raise a mother.

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