Improving Access to Mental Health and Substance Use Services
for Perinatal Women in St. Louis
The mission of the Perinatal Resource Network is to promote increased accessibility to high quality, family centered mental health and substance abuse services, create standards of care, provide educational outreach and professional development, as well as advocate for healthy women, positive birth outcomes and nurturing parenting relationships.
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Join us for the Fourth of Five Professional Development Workshops Part IV Working Together Bridging the Gaps Between Behavioral & Primary Care for Perinatal Women and Families – Taking Care of Yourself to Better Care for Mothers & Families WHEN: […]
Postpartum Support International will be holding a 2-Day Perinatal Mood Disorders Certificate Training in collaboration with the Maternal, Child and Family Health Coalition. Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Components of Care will be held on May 14-15 in St. Louis,
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PERINATAL RESOURCE NETWORK
539 N Grand
St. Louis, MO 63103
The Maternal, Child and Family Health Coalition (MCFHC) is the home of the Perinatal Substance Abuse Prevention Committee. The MCFHC improves birth outcomes, promotes healthy families and builds healthy communities by uniting and mobilizing the region.