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After Your Pregnancy

Get Support for All the Challenges of Being a New Mom

Our dedication to you and your family doesn’t stop after you leave the hospital. We’re here to continue to support you through the next stages of you and your child’s life. This includes offering support groups designed to help you navigate the challenges of childbirth and raising your child.

Our Support Groups

Breastfeeding Support Group

A support group for new mothers and their infants. Visit with other moms; receive support from lactation specialists; share experiences and more! Call (520) 873-1609.

Postpartum Support Group

A support group for women who are pregnant or who are transitioning into their role as a new mother. Some mothers also suffer from postpartum depression and anxiety, and this group also provides them with support and comfort. Our program at St. Joseph’s Hospital has served as a national model for other hospitals’ support groups on postpartum depression. Call (520) 873-6858.

Footprints Support Group

A support group for parents who have lost a baby to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, newborn death or SIDS. Connect with people who’ve experienced the same kind of loss and receive the love and support you need—grandparents and/or siblings also are invited to attend. Call (520) 873-6590.

Learn More

For information on dates and times of our support groups, please call our Family Support Center at (520) 873-3887 or send an email to

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