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One in 9 mothers will experience a perinatal mood disorder such as postpartum depression following childbirth. Care teams at Mon Health Obstetrics and Gynecology are combating these statistics by offering postpartum and lactation assistance to mothers who deliver at the Mon Health Medical Center Family Birth Center and Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.




Our Experts

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Jennifer Bender

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder Nurse

Phone: 304-599-6811

Text: 304-282-8511

Email: BenderJ@monhealthsys.org

Bender, who’s been a labor and delivery nurse for 17 years, says she hopes to play a role in dispelling myths associated with psychiatric disorders as well as closing the gap between delivery and postpartum support for every new parent.



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Brenda Hogan

Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Phone: 304-598-1616

Email: HoganB@monhealthsys.org

Hogan, Registered Nurse, has worked in several settings including labor and delivery, childbirth instructor, and newborn nursery team member. Breastfeeding is one of Brenda's passions and she is happy to provide this important support to the families of West Virginia.






Find Support

Virtual Support Groups via Zoom

Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. | Mom Support Group

Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. | Pregnancy & Infant Loss

Call or text 304-282-8511 for more information.

Link to Virtual Support Group



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