Join the Colorado community and participate VIRTUALLY in the National 2020 Mom’s Annual Forum Conference and Networking event.

2022 FORUM
Building the Maternal Mental Health Constellation

The Maternal Mental Health FORUM is the conference where change agents come to convene, collaborate, and take in cutting-edge content to close gaps in care.

March 23, 2022 — 11:30 am to 3 pm MT + Special Colorado Convening 3 to 4 pm MT

March 24, 2022 — 10 am to 4 pm MT

March 25, 2022 — 10 am to 2:15 pm MT

Register Now – Special Colorado Discount Code!

Receive 20% off using the code: CDPHE2022 — Register before March 11 for lower prices.

REGISTER HERE

Colorado Convening

Join the Colorado community to network and hear more about local initiatives and resources.

Anyone can join, regardless of conference registration.

March 23, 2022 — 3 to 4 pm MT via Zoom

https://cpcqc-org.zoom.us/j/89741123190?pwd=alNvOXkzQUlGZERyMUw1OUV2dXNjZz09

Meeting ID: 897 4112 3190 | Passcode: 665862

National Agenda & Speakers – Click HERE

Come Together with 600+ cross-sector stakeholders from around the nation in health care – including health systems, employer purchasers, insurers, public health and other government agencies, mothers and more.

National agenda highlights: 

— Screening: Increasing Rates *AND* Doing No Harm.

— Achieving Health Equity in Mental Health Progress Made & Next Steps.

— MMH as the First PACE: Positive & Adverse Childhood Experiences.

— A Missing Link in MMH – Levels of Care & Stepped Care Approaches.

Thank you to our

Colorado Sponsors!

Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC) is a statewide nonprofit network of hospitals, healthcare facilities, clinicians, and public health professionals that improves the health of pregnant and postpartum people, infants, and their families through continuous quality improvement

We provide support, encouragement and local resources to pregnant and postpartum moms, dads and families across the state of Colorado.

COBFC is a volunteer organization committed to improving breastfeeding support for Coloradao families.

The Population Mental Health & Wellbeing Program was founded by Colorado School of Public Health to unite and expand the work of the ColoradoSPH in the area of population mental health and wellbeing.

COAIMH is a statewide nonprofit membership organization that supports the infant and early childhood mental health workforce.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Prevention Services Division is committed to providing postpartum and mental health resources to Colorado families.

For questions, email info@cobfc.org.