Please help us celebrate and raise awareness by visiting our Campaign website or following us on social media to learn about activities and events across the state. Some highlights include:
Thursday, May 7 at 12:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: 10 Signs of Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships During COVID-19
Join MHAMD, Mental Health First Aid Maryland, and CMHM to learn how to spot the signs of an unhealthy relationship, how to foster healthy relationships, and how to start conversations around interpersonal violence and abuse.
Please join MHAMD’s Amanda Krisher, LCSW-C for a webinar focused on self-care skills during COVID-19. This interactive webinar will help participants in creating a personalized self-care plan and discuss self-care strategies during the global pandemic.
Join advocates from around the world to raise awareness about maternal mental health issues so that more women will get treatment and fewer will suffer. There are lots of ways to get involved, including signing a petition to encourage the United Nations to recognize World Maternal Mental Health Day.
The Blue Dot Project is once again hosting MMH Awareness Week in the United States. This year’s theme — Motherhood is Not Black & White — will feature daily social media memes that followers can like, share, and discuss. Moms are also encouraged to share their images of real motherhood.
This year’s MomCongress features a virtual town hall meeting and opportunities to connect via state circles and issue caucuses around maternal mortality, maternal mental health, and working mothers. MomCongress is also endorsing a legislative package of policies to support mothers and families.
CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING MAY 19, 2020
MMHLA and the March of Dimes are hosting a
virtual Congressional Briefing to discuss maternal