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5th Annual Pars for Postpartum Depression

5th Annual Pars for Postpartum Depression

Join us for the 5th Annual Pars for Postpartum Depression Golf Outing on July 25, 2022. Enjoy 18 championship holes and views that take your breath away at Edgewood Country Club. Only 15 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, Edgewood is a straightforward course. However, factor in the rolling fairways, the bunkers and sometimes, considerable amounts of undulation with the greens and you have the level of difficulty of a competitive course. You can take a chance at the $20,000 hole-in-one prize, 50/50 raffle, and win BIG ticket raffle prizes.

The Vehovic Family

The New and Expectant Mother Specialized Treatment program was made possible through funds raised at the Pars for Postpartum Depression golf outing.

Read Their Story

Support Pars for Postpartum Depression

For sponsorships, details and registration, contact Nicole Dimanov at 412-641-8950 or

Please note, the date of this event was listed incorrectly in the Winter 2022 Magee Magazine. The event is being held on July 25, 2022.

Event Details


Registration / Breakfast Opening

7:30 a.m.


9:00 a.m.

Putting Contest

9:00 a.m.

Awards Dinner

3:00 p.m.


This four-person golf scramble will have a day filled with:

Putting Contests

Mens and Womens Long Drive Contests — Holes TBD

Closest to the Pin Contests — All Par 3 Holes

Raffles including 50/50 and Big Ticket Items

Air Cannon $10,000 Hole-in-One Contest


Edgewood Country Club

100 Churchill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15235


On the golf course or practice facilities, golf slacks or Bermuda length shorts and golf type shirts (with traditional or mock style collars and sleeves) for gentlemen will be considered appropriate. Attire for ladies includes golf skirts, Bermuda length shorts and golf-type tops. All tops designed to be tucked in at the waist must be tucked in. Certain apparel such as short skirts, athletic/jogging/yoga shorts or pants, cutoff slacks, blue jeans, cargo type pants or shorts, tank tops and fishnet tops are inappropriate. Soft spike shoes are required. Sneakers or tennis shoes are permitted. If hats are worn, they must be worn with the bill forward. Additional Guest Information

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1 in 5 experience a mental health condition during the perinatal period, and 1 in 7 women suffer from postpartum depression

New and Expectant Mothers Specialized Treatment (NEST)

Women’s mental health is a vital part of treating the entire woman across her lifespan, a founding goal of Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation. UPMC Western Behavioral Health in partnership with UPMC Magee-Womens offers uniquely designed services in a variety of settings. Our nurses, physicians, therapists, and other clinicians are experts in managing perinatal psychiatric conditions, enabling both mother and baby to have a successful journey.

NEST is a track of the intensive outpatient program (IOP) through UPMC Western Behavioral Health for women who are currently pregnant or up to one year postpartum. This track provides new and expectant mothers with short-term comprehensive treatment including stabilization of acute symptoms and crisis behaviors, medication counseling during pregnancy and lactation, specialized care for mood disorders, and encouragement for the mother-infant bond.

Could you or someone you love benefit from these services? To make a referral, please visit or call 412.246.5600 to learn more.

How NEST is Providing Mental Health Resources to Moms in Pittsburgh

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Pictures from the 2021 Outing

Thank you to our sponsors