The Wilson Center has recently addressed maternal mental health with a webinar, policy brief, and blog series written by MMHLA Executive Director Adrienne Griffen.
The Wilson Center provides nonpartisan insight and analysis to help education and inform policymakers, civic leaders, and the general public across a wide spectrum of beliefs and backgrounds. Established by Congress in 1968, The Wilson Center is the key nonpartisan policy forum for tackling global issues through independent research and open dialogue to inform actionable ideas for the policy community.
The Most Common Complication of Pregnancy & Childbirth
U.S. Policies and Practice
Addressing Maternal Mental Health
Suicide and Overdose: The Leading Cause of Death for New Mothers
There is no other love like a mother's love for her child.
-- Celine Dion
Working with Policy Makers to Address Maternal Mental Health Conditions
MMHLA -- founded in 2018 -- is a nonpartisan 501(c)3 non-profit organization
advocating for national policy around maternal mental health in the United States.

Our vision is universal and equitable education, prevention, screening,
and treatment for maternal mental health conditions.