Current members

The Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) has over 125 members that support mums, babies, and families, or represent the professionals who work with them in the perinatal period. MMHA members are essential to who we are, our collective voice.

Find out how to become a member, or email if you have any questions.



  • Online support
  • Partners
  • Forum
  • Dads

Engaging with three out of four UK mums, Netmums is the UK’s most diverse, inclusive and supportive parenting community. Netmums not only attracts millions of unique users on site every month - with over 2 million registered members generating more than 200,000 posts in the Netmums forum every month - it also hosts the UK's largest parent Facebook audience of 1.3 million followers, and more than 300,000 subscribers to its daily and weekly newsletters.

In addition to the forum, the site’s unique structure combines the most comprehensive national parenting, pregnancy and fertility content with a local listings channel that spans the entire UK, with more listings than any other family listings site. It is also the only UK site to offer a free online Parent Supporter Service (PSS), which provides free one-to-one support for thousands of the UK’s most vulnerable parents via a specially trained team of Parent Supporters, including Health Visitors and staff from Women’s Aid. The PSS extended its user support offering in 2017 by launching Netmums Daily Drop-In Clinic that operates every weeknight in the Netmums forum. Our forum is moderated and parents with issues can receive real-time support in the Netmums Drop In Clinic:

As well as providing responsive, personalised replies using their considerable expertise, the team is committed to sharing up-to-date, practical knowledge and signposting to the most relevant and reliable sources of support.

Netmums is available to any mum who needs additional support with her maternal mental health, and this support is extended to partners and other family members. Our local sites include details of support groups for mums with maternal mental health issues and are linked to evidence-based content.

How to get help from Netmums

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