Depression is hard. But it doesn't have to last forever. We help women who have struggled because every mother matters.
The MOMS Partnership® is a program that has successfully reduced depressive symptoms among over-burdened, under-resourced pregnant women, moms, and other adult female caregivers in a family. Launched in New Haven, the MOMS Partnership brings mental health within reach of women, literally meeting them where they are.
With implementation costs that can total as little as $2,000 for each woman served, we are proud to partner with women to generate real results in their lives. Among the results of past evaluations:
It is a privilege to partner with the women we serve.
Yale officially launches Elevate, a policy lab to elevate mental health and disrupt poverty, which is scaling the MOMS Partnership® to and with new communities.
The MOMS Partnership® is thrilled to announce an official collaboration with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, and the Kentucky Center for Statistics to launch a KY MOMS program in 2020.
This cross-agency collaboration will work to enhance the mental health of Kentucky mothers, helping lift families to opportunity and supporting generations to succeed.
MOMS is thrilled to announce an official partnership with Vermont Reach Up — the state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program — to launch a Vermont MOMS program in early 2020.
Participants in the New Haven MOMS program find mental health services offered in a local supermarket to be convenient and less stigmatizing, according to a new study published in Maternal and Child Health Journal. This research supports the use of innovative approaches to delivering mental health services— and underscores our commitment at MOMS to meeting women where they are.