MB-Florida evaluates the statewide rollout of Mothers & Babies 1-on-1 Program through Florida Healthy Start Coalitions and select Florida MIECHV sites. In addition to observing the effectiveness of MB in reducing depression for pregnant and postpartum clients in the Healthy Start Program, this study seeks to understand variables that predict how a train-the-trainer approach (with a mental health clinician providing technical assistance and support) to implementing statewide may be successful in encouraging program fidelity and sustainability. Research activities began July 15, 2016 and terminate in January, 2019. MIECHV sites continue to deliver MB, with some receiving program technical assistance from an MB Remote Supervisor (based out of Northwestern University).
This project was funded in part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in collaboration with Florida Health Resources and Services Administration.
Project Institutional Review Board Approvals
Read our February 2019 MB Newsletter! MB-Florida February Newsletter 2019
Preliminary client and implementation outcomes (final data analysis in progress – manuscript to come!)
More implementation Outcomes:
|Mothers & Babies Implementation Materials|
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS)
MB-Florida Initiatives in the news! https://members.faimh.org/blogs/interview-with-partner-allison-parish
Want to support mental health programming in Florida?
Your donation supports our work advocating for and building a system that supports Florida’s youngest residents.
Donations help fund:
You also have the option to make donations to FAIMH with eligible Amazon purchases! When you shop at www.smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to FAIMH. On your first visit, select Florida Association For Infant Mental Health from the charitable organizations available to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping.