Post-partum Peer Support Program

Peer Support Program

We know the value of a smooth transition into parenthood, and believe that children blossom from supported parents. So, we have initiated a volunteer-driven model of post-partum care, in hopes that many more may benefit from the resulting social and practical support.

Getting ready to be a mom?

A volunteer can ease your transition with weekly visits or helping out in whatever way you need. Contact us today to get the help you need!

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We are recruiting volunteers who are in alignment with values of compassion, acceptance, and willingness to support.

We are working with volunteers to offer a few hours/week for the first months of postpartum parenthood to new mothers, catering to their individual needs. We may make tea, help with housework, draw a soothing herbal bath, offer books, hold their baby, connect with community resources, run errands, and be a compassionate presence in what might otherwise be an isolated time of transition into an intensely demanding role.


All volunteers are required to attend two classes: “Mom to Mom Basic Introduction” and “Empathy Training”. Classes are held at the Prescott Public Library.

Please e-mail us at if you would like to sign up for volunteering. We ask for 24 hours of your time, spread out through a new mother’s “fourth trimester.”