My Wish For Moms

Let’s get as many people talking about postpartum depression as women who suffer from it each year. Post your own wish for moms and help break the silence on postpartum depression and anxiety.

Meet the AHN center dedicated to the well-being of moms and babies.

We believe so strongly in the emotional health of moms that we built a facility dedicated to it - the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health. It features a unique intensive outpatient program that treats women struggling with postpartum depression and anxiety with a focus on strengthening the bond between mom and baby. Our program at Allegheny Health Network (AHN) provides support for moms and their families – the first of its kind in western Pennsylvania and one of only a handful in the country.

Dr. Sarah Homitsky, Medical Director of AHN Women’s Behavioral Health, pictured with Chrissy Teigen in the group therapy room at the AHN Women Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health in Pittsburgh

All of her. All of her life.

If you or someone you know is suffering, please have them contact AHN Women’s Behavioral Health.

Call (866) 951-6390

Nearly 8,000 babies are born at Allegheny Health Network (AHN) hospitals each year. We care for women as they make their journey through pregnancy, delivery, and adjusting to having a new little one in their lives.

Our goal is to make Pittsburgh the safest place for moms and their new babies. To help make that happen, please consider making a donation today.

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Let’s let everyone know that postpartum depression and anxiety are real, are treatable, and affect more women than breast cancer annually. Let’s join new moms and been-there moms and moms-to-be in an honest conversation about their experiences. Let’s talk, and write, and post, and let’s all help moms, babies, and their families.

Join AHN Women in our initiative with Chrissy Teigen to reduce the stigma of postpartum depression and anxiety.

Let's break the silence

Let's talk facts

Discover the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression and the resources available to help.

1 in every 7 moms will experience postpartum depression each year – that’s more than 513,000.

Postpartum depression affects more women than breast cancer annually — almost twice as many.

Only 15% of women receive treatment for postpartum depression.

Sit down with us

AHN Women and Chrissy Teigen have launched a social cause initiative to reduce the stigma of postpartum depression and anxiety — #MyWishForMoms. Chrissy recently spent a day at the AHN Women Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health in Pittsburgh to meet with patients and tour the facility.

Chrissy & Heather: A postpartum depression story

This is Heather, a real AHN patient and mom of two who sought out help from the AHN Women’s Behavioral Health Program when she realized she was experiencing something beyond the “baby blues.”


Chrissy and Heather met for the first time on-camera and just talked, openly and honestly, and we got to hear what they had to say. Their hopes, their fears and their experiences as moms. It was emotional, insightful, and educational. And now we want to share their stories.

Dr. Homitsky & Chrissy tour the AHN Women Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health

Chrissy & Ashleigh: A postpartum depression story FULL STORY COMING SOON

Chrissy & Rochelle: A postpartum depression story

Sources: CDC, American Cancer Society, American Psychological Association

To see upcoming exclusive content with Chrissy Teigen, or to find out more information about how AHN Women is innovating the treatment of postpartum depression and anxiety, follow AHN on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

If you feel that you’re in deep depression and you fear that there is immediate danger, such as self-harm or harm to your baby, please call 911 or 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) for help.

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To find support and resources outside of Western PA, contact Postpartum Support International at or call 1-800-944-4773.