Screening and Treatment for Maternal Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
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Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number:
Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
This program (MMHSUD) will provide funding to expand the
capacity of healthcare providers to screen, assess,
treat, and refer pregnant and postpartum people for
maternal mental health and substance use disorders.
Tribal, rural, and other medically underserved areas are
a program priority.
- Increase routine behavioral health screening for
pregnant and postpartum persons
- Increase routine detection, assessment, brief
intervention, treatment, and referral of maternal mental
health conditions through the use of evidence-based
- Increase access to treatment and recovery support
services for pregnant and postpartum persons that are
culturally and linguistically appropriate,
community-based, and that may be provided in-person or
Eligible applicants include states, tribes, and tribal
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: $750,000
Project period: 5 years
Estimated number of awards: 14
Estimated total program funding:
Non-federal matching funds in the amount of 10% are
American Indian or Alaska Native · Maternal health and prenatal care · Mental health · Substance use and misuse
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