In the wake of the horrific tragedy in Little Ferry last week, Sue Devlin, Executive Director of CBH Care, has issued the following statement:
“The recent incident in Little Ferry is a tragedy, and a reminder that we need to break the stigma surrounding postpartum depression. Postpartum depression is a treatable illness that affects thousands of women every year and our trained clinical staff works hands-on with new mothers to create individualized treatment plans as needed. I hope any woman experiencing postpartum depression knows there is help out there, and it’s ok to ask for help.”
CBH Care operates the only postpartum treatment center in Bergen County and is a leading behavioral and mental healthcare non-profit that treats 4,000 consumers per year. To learn more about the Bergen County Postpartum Mood Disorder Treatment Center operated by CBH Care, visit https://cbhcare.com/programs/counseling-outpatient/postpartum-mood-disorder-treatment-cente r.html. To schedule an appointment with any other CBH Care program or get assistance with medical needs, residents are encouraged to call the confidential Access Center 201-646-0195.