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Partner With Us

We are humbled and grateful for the numerous ways in which organizations and individuals support our work. Elevate continues to seek new partners that are similarly invested in improving family mental health and economic security.

Ways to Collaborate

Become a Government Partner and Scale the MOMS Partnership®

Elevate seeks sustainability of each new local MOMS program from the start. Sustainability can happen when the MOMS Partnership is embedded within a public safety net or social service program or other effort of a government agency.

Are you part of a federal or state agency and interested in collaborating to bring MOMS to your community? We invite you to learn more about how Elevate partners with government to scale MOMS.

We look forward to working together to help reduce maternal depression and boost family outcomes!

Policy and Research Collaborations

Our policy and research portfolio is expanding! We are currently interested in policy and research related to:
  • Maternal mental health and perinatal mental health
  • Economic insecurity and material hardships
  • Mental health preventative services
  • Medicaid innovation and reimbursement

If your work is related to policy and/or research in the above areas, please be in touch at elevate@yale.edu. We are excited about opportunities to collaborate on policy briefs, analyses, research projects, or broader initiatives.

Core Support

While Elevate is housed within the Yale School of Medicine, we do not receive University dollars. To make our mission possible, we rely on our generous and thoughtful partners for financial support. If your organization believes, as we do, that the key to disrupting intergenerational poverty lies in meaningfully addressing mental health, please be in touch at elevate@yale.edu.

Your support goes directly to

  1. providing extensive training and technical assistance to MOMS scaling sites,
  2. conducting rigorous impact evaluations on the impact of MOMS for families,
  3. conducting research on new policies and their potential to support families, and
  4. covering operating costs.