Building Systems of Support to Address Maternal Mental Health

Establishing Programs at the National, State, and Local Levels

JUNE 8, 2022 12:30-1:30 PM EST

Mental health conditions – primarily anxiety and depression – are the most common complications of pregnancy and childbirth,
affecting 1 in 5 childbearing individuals or 800,000 families each year in the United States.

Tragically, suicide and overdose combined are the leading cause of death for women in the first year following pregnancy.

Speakers will discuss programs to address maternal mental health at the national, state, and local levels,
highlighting legislative and appropriations requests to build out these systems of support.

Speakers and Panelists

Adrienne Griffen, MPP

Maternal Mental Health
Leadership Alliance
Executive Director

MODERATOR

Joy Burkhard, MBA

2020 Mom
Founder and
Executive Director

Mary Kimmel, MD

Medical Director
North Carolina
Maternal Mental Health
MATTERS Program

Kay Matthews

Shades of Blue Project
Founder and
Executive Director

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