Maternal Mental Health
Penalizing Abortion Providers Will Have Ripple Effects Across Pregnancy Care
May 5, 2022
Julia Strasser, Candice Chen, Sara Rosenbaum, Ellen Schenk, Emma Dewhurst
Health Equity, Workforce, Maternal Health
The Supreme Court is moving toward reversing Roe v. Wade and eliminating the federal constitutional right to abortion. This could have immeasurable negative effects on pregnant people and families, including the loss of access to necessary treatment associated with miscarriage.
January 11, 2022
CIN Webinar — Improving Behavioral Health Equity for Peri- and Postpartum Latinx Patients with Depression
Health Equity, Behavioral Health
January 11, 2022
Watch the replay of this CIN webinar to learn how Cherokee Health Systems redesigned workflows and clinical practices to improve the identification and treatment of depression for Latinx patients.
Pandemic Pressures Increase Incidence of Postpartum Depression
August 9, 2021
Heather Tirado Gilligan
Maternal Health, Health Equity, Behavioral Health
Stories That Caught Our Attention: Without treatment, postpartum depression can prevent parent-child bonding and increase the risk of maternal suicide.
Listening to Mothers in California: Maternal Mental Health
National Partnership for Women and Families
The Listening to Mothers in California survey was aimed at improving the experience and outcomes of pregnancy and childbirth by reporting women’s experiences and preferences on many topics, including maternal mental health. Women diagnosed with a mental health condition should have access to appropriate treatment, counseling, or both.
CHCF Invests in Docent Health to Improve Maternity Care Coordination in Medi-Cal
December 9, 2020
Investing in Innovation, Maternal Health
CHCF's new program-related investment in Docent Health will help the company's technology-enabled maternity care coordination platform serve more birthing people enrolled in Medi-Cal.
New University of California Program Will Double Pipeline of Specialized Mental Health Providers in Response to Growing Crisis
January 29, 2020
Workforce, Behavioral Health
With California facing an urgent and growing shortage of mental health professionals, three schools of nursing within the University of California system (UCSF, UC Davis, and UCLA) are announcing the launch today of a new online certificate program that will prepare 300 psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners by 2025.