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Women and Infants Mental Health Clinic

Parenting in Postpartum Wellness Program


The relationship between parents and infants lays the foundation for a child's lifelong emotional and behavioral wellbeing. Difficult pregnancies or deliveries, family stresses, the baby's personality, and other factors can make it challenging for families to build strong relationships with a new baby.

The Parenting in Postpartum (PIP) Wellness Program team helps parents and infants create strong, joyful bonds. This gives children the healthy start they need in their development.

How can we help you?

The PIP Wellness Program is available to parents who may benefit from support and guidance during the first year of their child's life.

Parents who may find the program helpful are those who:

  • Are feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed.
  • Have experienced stressful changes or traumatic events.
  • Want to learn more about their baby's development.
  • Have infants who are struggling with feeding, sleeping, or excessive crying.
  • Have infants with developmental concerns or illness.

If any of these describe you, and you want to strengthen your relationship with your infant, the program may be right for you. Contact us to learn more.


To schedule an initial appointment:

or toll-free

What you should know when you call


Clinic location:

The Rachel Upjohn Building is home to the U-M Depression Center and Ambulatory Psychiatry Programs.

Depression Center & Ambulatory Psychiatry
Rachel Upjohn Building, East Medical Campus
4250 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Fax: 734-763-5580
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For Urgent Care, please call Psychiatric Emergency Services at the University of Michigan Hospital at 734-936-5900 or dial 9-1-1.

Download our brochures for more information:

Download our Clinic Brochure Download the PIP Wellness Program Brochure
Download our Clinic Brochure Download the PIP Wellness Program Brochure