Working with government services: Lessons from the Perinatal Mental Health Project
The Perinatal Mental Health Project (PMHP) develops and advocates for accessible maternal mental health care that can be delivered effectively at scale in low resource settings. Working within public health facilities, they hope to demonstrate the need for maternal mental health services within the state health and welfare system, and to provide a model of an effective, affordable intervention. In this learning brief they describe how they approach their work with government services and the mechanisms and strategies that they implement to bring about change within the system while being based within it themselves. Read more here.