Link used for questions to ask mothers
Ask every mother that fills out the Edinburgh score that does not pass these questions. They seem to open pretty well to these. They are great conversation starters and ways to look best how to help these mothers.
Clinical Pathways of how and when to treat
Free booklets to order to have delivered to your facility( these are awesome)
you can order small or large quantities, to order large call them instead of web form
Call the HRSA Information Center at 888-ASK-HRSA to place a bulk order. Items will be sent via U.S. mail and will arrive within 2–3 weeks
Resources for Mothers with Perinatal Mood Disorders
- Alliance Behavioral Healthcare
M-F until 8pm, then answering service
Provides screening/ funding for some
Works with insured/noninsured
- UNCCenterfor Women’s Mood Disorders
Other providers which also will take Medicaid in our areas
- WakeCountyCarolinaCommunity Health
- Cottage Healthcare
- Easter Seals
- David Miller, MD, PhD
Dr. Miller is a psychiatrist in private practice with specific interest in Postpartum Mood Disorders. He also has more than 25 years experience as an OB/GYN physician.
523 East Wait Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587
does not bill insurance but provides patients materials to seek reimbursement. No Medicaid or Medicare.
- Betty-Shannon Prevatt, MA, LPA
Betty-Shannon Prevatt is a clinical psychologist experienced in treating women with postpartum mood disorders.
2601 Lake Drive Suite 103, Raleigh, NC 27607
$110 for 50 min session. Does help with filing out of network claim.
- Margot A. Holloman, PhD
Dr. Holloman is a clinical psychologist with an extensive background in the treatment of depression.
919.816.0607 or 919.363.4703
7404-A Chapel Hill Road, Raleigh, NC 27607
$120-150 per session. Takes BCBS anyone else would be considered out of network.
- William Meyer, MSW
Bill Meyer is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and OB/GYN at Duke University Medical Center. He leads the Duke Postpartum Support Program, and has a private practice in his home.
Works a couple days a week to see patients as a courtesy or phone advice. Does not take insurance or reimbursement. Prefers mother to call directly.
- Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD
Dr. Meltzer-Brody is a psychiatrist and researcher at UNC with special interest and expertise in PMD.
919.966.5217 or 919.962.9766
Accepts all insurance except Aetna. Accepts Medicaid and Medicare.
- Dori Pelz-Sherman, PhD
Dr. Pelz-Sherman is a doctoral level clinical psychologist whose degree includes a concentration in Parent Infant Mental Health. Specializes in Perinatal Mood Disorders.
Flexible hours, Gives paperwork to send to insurance companies for reimbursement. No Medicaid.
- Andrea Eaves, LCSW
353 West 2nd St
Clayton, NC 27520
Flexible hours, Files insurances: Medicaid, Medcost, BCBS, Coventry Well Path, Value Options.
Specialize in: Post partum moms, Mood disorders, Parental training, Stress, Anxiety, Trauma, Christian counseling
- Dr David Derma
Dunn Psychological Associates
102 Tilghman Dr.
Dunn, NC 28334
Takes BCBS, NC Health choice, Tricare, Medcost, Medicaid and Medicare. Mother may call for appt but if referral by healthcare provider, fax referral and copy of notes from appt.
Social Services to report neglect or to provide resources for mom/child
919-212-7000 or 919-212-9529
Ask for Intake Specialist
- Moms Supporting Moms
Meets every Thursday atRexHospital
- UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders
Chapel Hill, N.C.
- Duke Support Group in Durham
Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month from 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Contact: Bill Meyer, MSW
Great Website Links for support and information