Moms, how are you really doing?

Real connection really matters. That's why we've created a list of resources to help moms find and build community online and in real life.
Mental Health
Maternal mental health

Our panelists

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Libby Ward, Diary of an Honest Mom

Erica Djossa, Momwell

Sheena Vogel, Embracing.Extra


Momwell's mission is to provide support for moms when they need it--at every stage of their motherhood journey--and how they need it--therapy, education, and courses.

Mothers Together is an international online support community for moms raising neurodivergent children. With over 300 current members representing 10 countries, moms in Mothers Together build out their own support networks through safe and judgment-free opportunities for connection and community.

Moms What’s Next is a community driven resource that helps equip families to get off their phones, get into their communities, and find adventures together, creating vibrant villages of parents who know they are not alone.

Rising Kites is for families who have just received a Down Syndrome diagnosis. You can use it to access state-specific list of resources such as insurance waivers, financial assistance programs, local Down Syndrome organizations and early interventions programs.

Happiness is Down Syndrome offers a supportive online community to families who have received a dignosis. You can connect with others and find needed emotional support from others.

Mom Walk Collective hosts online and in-person gatherings, often walks, so that moms can find their village where they live.

MomCo (formerly MOPS) believes in the simple but revolutionary idea that remarkable things happen when moms come together.

S.L.A.M. is a community that brings women together as moms and athletes with the common goal of bettering themselves, challenging themselves, and becoming the best version of themselves that they can be.

Postpartum Support International's mission to raise awareness about maternal mental health issues but they also offer online support meetings and have peer mentor program that pairs you with a parent who has been there before too.

Working MomKind is a community of over 220,000 parents who are ready to support each other at every stage of the journey, from trying and expecting to brand new and veterans.


Fourth Trimester with Sarah Trott is all about empowering parents in those difficult first months with a new baby.

Host Kimberly Seals Allers sees joy and positivity as tools in the battle for birth equity, so her podcast Birthright shares stories of joy and healing in Black birth.

Four moms of autistic children discuss it all in Moms Talk Autism, from grief and therapies to advocacy and family balance.

Hosted by Megan Champion of Mothers Together, On The Hard Days brings a new mom on the show every week to share her story of raising a neurodivergent child.

The MomWell Podcast with Erica Djossa tackles it all, from the mental load of motherhood and Mom Rage, to postpartum mental health and so much more.


In Real Self-Care, Dr. Pooja Lakshmin advocates for redefinining wellness as an internal, reflective process rather than outward, transactional one.

In her new book Releasing the Mother Load: How to Carry Less and Enjoy Motherhood More, Erica Djossa shares a guide on how moms can release unrealistic expectations and embrace and reclaim joy in motherhood.

Libby Ward created The Honest Mom Journal to help other moms struggle less. The guided journal encourages "radical honesty" and helps reader/writers set more realistic expectations. And in honor of Maternal Mental Health Month, she's hosting a Journal with Libby Challenge from May 13-17th, 2024. Find out more here.

Giving Back

In Kind creates beautiful gift boxes for moms and for each box purchased, In Kind donates one to a mom in need. Moms helping moms is a beautiful thing.