Campaign for the Redleaf Center for Family Healing
For mental health care inquiries, please visit Redleaf Center Resources During COVID-19 for more information and support for parents, children and professionals or call our HopeLine at 612-873-HOPE (4673).
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"I thought I was the only one."
It’s a phrase we hear over and over again from parents. Why do I feel so stressed and alone? Why is parenting so hard for me when it looks like it comes naturally to others? Why am I having a hard time bonding with my baby?
The numbers are striking: One in seven women and one in ten men experience prenatal and/or postpartum depression and anxiety.
The Redleaf Center for Family Healing understands the impact stress and trauma can have on children and parents, and the importance of bringing hope and joy into the lives of the families they serve. This one-of-a-kind center will promote the parent-child relationship by supporting mental health and parenting capacity. This approach helps build a foundation for the nurturing, loving relationships that all children and parents need to thrive.
"Learning to be the parent you yourself needed is an act of courage and love."
Dr. Helen Kim, Director, Redleaf Center for Family Healing
Our mission is to save and improve lives by providing the best mental health and parenting support for families, particularly in communities that need it the most. This is a $30 million investment in moms, babies and families and we have $5.5 million to go to support construction costs and five years of programming.
We invite you to join in this effort to change the course of a child's life.
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The Redleaf Center will expand the mental health services of the Mother-Baby Program
"I just walked through the rooms of the Mother-Baby Program and thought, this is it. This is where I need to be to get better. "
Tanya, grateful patient