About the Redleaf Center for Family Healing
The new Redleaf Center for Family Healing offers comprehensive mental health and relationship support for families. In addition to the Mother-Baby Program’s mental health services, we plan to offer new ways to support families through an on-site drop-in childcare center, a teaching kitchen and gathering space, and other integrative services.View Our Services
Expanded services coming soon!
Mental Health and Clinical Services
Expansion of the Mother-Baby Program's outpatient mental health and parenting services for pregnant women and families with children ages 0-5 years old. Coming soon!
Integrative Health Services
Holistic nutrition program with teaching kitchen and other integrative services including mindful movement classes and the healing arts. Coming soon!
Drop-in childcare for children of Hennepin Healthcare patients and back-up childcare for Hennepin Healthcare staff. Coming soon!
Training and Research
To share best practices for therapy, parenting, and integrative services for pregnant and postpartum mothers, partners, children and families. Coming soon!
Family Healing Network
To create a community forum for shared learning and policy development. Coming soon!
Get help today at the Mother-Baby Program.
Mother-Baby HopeLine: 612-873-HOPE (4673)
Free mental health phone support for pregnant and postpartum mothers, fathers, and families with children 0-5 years old, as well as the mental health and medical providers that serve them. Our staff will listen and guide you to the right support --- either at the Mother-Baby Program or in your community. This is not a crisis line.
Mother-Baby Treatment Options
Together with patient, we will decide which level of care is the right fit:
- Mother-Baby Day Hospital
- Mother-Baby Perinatal Outpatient Program
- Perinatal Psychiatry Clinic
- Parenting and Partners Clinic for partners of mothers participating in the Mother-Baby Program
Common reasons to call the Mother-Baby Program:
- Postpartum depression, anxiety, bipolar, or trauma-related disorder
- Depression, anxiety, or other emotional distress during pregnancy
- Questions about taking medication for your mental health during pregnancy or while breastfeeding
- Grief and sadness due to loss or trauma
- Difficulty bonding or caring for baby or other children
- Other challenges or stress related to pregnancy or parenting
Words from Our Moms
“I felt validated and heard. The therapists were very good and supportive. I liked the connection with the other moms and that my partner could be involved. I also felt safe to start medication with the ability to see Dr. Kim throughout the week.”
“I loved the amount of time I was given to tell my story and receive advice from the therapists and the group.”
“I loved that I met people who were going through the same thing as me.”
“The staff understand how you can feel bad and still care about your baby, even If you can't always show it.”
“When I started the program I was in such a deep depression and my anxiety felt all consuming. I never thought I'd be able to really be a mom. I felt like I wasn't good enough, strong enough, brave enough, or capable enough to parent a child while I felt so broken inside. The weeks spent at the program changed my life forever.”
Our team of perinatal psychiatrists, psychotherapists, mental health workers and volunteers would be honored to serve you and your family.
Helen Kim, MDMedical Director
Jesse Kuendig, LICSWDirector of Clinical Services
Diana Cutts, MDPediatric Medical Director
Syl JonesCreative Director