Maternal Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic Virtual Congressional Briefing May 19, 2020 1:30 -- 2:30 pm EDT The pandemic is impacting mental health, especially of new mothers and mothers-to-be, with a disproportionate impact on women of color [...]
Here’s a roundup of information and resources regarding coronavirus and maternal health. Learn More
The MONA (Marce of North America) conference -- held in Chapel Hill, NC in late October -- brought together 500+ experts in the field of maternal mental health for three days chock-full of outstanding presentations, thoughtful discussions, [...]
Read the full letter - PDF The MMHLA -- along with approximately 50 federal and state organizations -- signed on to a letter to Congress requesting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) [...]
There are so many great opportunities to learn about maternal mental health issues. Here's a listing of some upcoming conferences and opportunities for professional development.
The MMHLA is pleased to release the Executive Summary of a Stakeholder Roundtable held in May 2019. Participants in the Roundtable included representatives from a variety of organizations from across the country involved in maternal-child healthcare and mental [...]
Common and Costly Expenditures Associated with the Birth of Children in 2017 Amount to More than $14 Billion If you ask people what they think the most common medical complication is during and after childbirth, you probably won’t hear [...]