Resource Hub

Discover a wealth of resources designed to help you support women and families impacted by perinatal mental health problems. Whether you work in healthcare, local or national government we hope you find what you need.

We are in the process of updating the Hub, so if you have a resource to add or think something is missing, please email

Specialist Health Visitors in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health

None Pdf, 850.7kb

Published: January 2022

The report recommends commissioning of Specialist Health Visitors in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health throughout UK to tackle growing social cost issues.

Systemic racism, not broken bodies

Birthrights Pdf, 4.3mb

Published: January 2022

An inquiry into racial injustice and human rights in UK maternity care.

The Black Maternity Experiences Survey

Five X More Pdf, 1.4mb

Published: May 2022

A nationwide study of black women's experiences of maternity services in the UK. Both quantitative and qualitative data was gathered from 1340 women and birthing people from around the UK who either identified as Black or of Black mixed heritage and had accessed NHS maternity services whilst pregnant between 2016 and 2021.

The costs of perinatal mental health problems (2014)

MMHA Pdf, 3.7mb

Published: January 2014

Independent report to document the economic costs of perinatal mental illness for UK society - 2014 edition.

Video Interaction Guidance in a Nutshell

MMHA Pdf, 730.3kb

Published: January 2016

Hilary Kennedy, Educational Psychologist, Honorary Senior Lecturer UCL and AVIG UK National Trainer and Supervisor, explains the intervention and how widely it can be used to support the parent-infant relationship.

Why Health Visitors Matter

None Pdf, 3.0mb

Published: May 2022

This report is a compilation of short testimonies about why health visitors are important in ensuring our children are safe, healthy and able to thrive. Through these testimonies we see the importance of health visitors’ work and the breadth and depth of what they do.

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