PANDA National Helpline (Monday to Saturday) 1300 726 306

HomeArticlesPerinatal Mental Health Week

Perinatal Mental Health Week

Join families and organisations across Australia to mark Perinatal Mental Health Week 2024, 10- 16 November.

Doctor helping mother

PANDA created Perinatal Mental Health Week in 2005 to help the community and health professionals to better understand perinatal mental health.

We are proud of the work PANDA's Community Champions, Clinical Champions, staff, volunteers and online community do to raise awareness.

Each year the community shares their stories to help achieve our vision of a society where perinatal mental health is valued and understood and where stigma and systemic barriers to seeking help no longer exist.

Perinatal Mental Health Week 2024

November 10- 16

How to get involved


Spread the word on social media


Order free printed resources for your clinic or workplace


Fundraise for PANDA


Make a donation

Download and share

Share PANDA information and graphics with your community on social media. Click the images below to download.

Social Post video
Social post video

“The bravest thing that you can do to help yourself and your family is to ask for help.”

Jess, PANDA Community Champion
Printed resources and downloads

Perinatal mental health factsheets

Explore a range of factsheets, posters, flyers and promotional materials available for download and print.

Resources are available for health professionals, community groups and culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

Learn more

all stories
PANDA National Helpline

Find someone to talk to, Monday to Saturday.

1300 726 306

Call 000 for police and ambulance if you or someone else are in immediate danger

Talk with friends or family

Consider talking about how you are feeling with someone you trust. This might be a friend or family member. Once you starting talking you might be surprised at how many others have had similar experiences and the support they can provide you.

Talk with your doctor

Talking with your doctor can be an important step to getting the help you need. They should be able to give you non-judgemental support, assessment, diagnosis, and ongoing care and treatment. They can also refer you to specialists such as a counsellor, psychologist or psychiatrist.

Get help now

If you are having suicidal thoughts or are feeling disorientated it’s important to get help immediately. PANDA is not a crisis service, if you need immediate support call Lifeline 13 11 14 (24/7).

Was this page helpful?

Please Tell us more

PANDA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.

At PANDA, we embrace the power of diversity through inclusion. We strive to foster belonging and empowerment at work. We create relevant messaging and marketing for our diverse consumers. We listen and engage with our diverse communities. And we value collaboration with our diverse suppliers.

Stay in the loop

Stay up to date by subscribing to PANDA's e-newsletter. Containing personal stories, research, inspiration and more.

Get support
Expecting a babyNew ParentsGrowing FamiliesDadsLanguages other than English

While PANDA has exercised due care in ensuring the accuracy of the material contained on this website, the information is made available on the basis that PANDA is not providing professional advice on a particular matter. This website is not a substitute for independent professional advice. Nothing contained in this website is intended to be used as medical advice, nor should it be used as a substitute for your own health professional's advice.

Privacy policy
Structured Content powered by
© PANDA 2024
Structured Content powered by
Quick Exit Site

How are you going?

Everyone’s experience of pregnancy, birth and parenting is unique and brings different rewards and challenges. Our mental health checklist can help you to see if what you’re experiencing or observing in a loved one could be a reason to seek help.