Cheryl Squire Flint

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Perinatal depression is a significant health problem, especially among inner-city women. The authors explored the feasibility of an innovative model that integrated depression screening and treatment within an agency for maternal-child health. The team conducted depression screening with the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale; they confirmed the primary(More)
A variety of factors place African American women at risk for depression. Unfortunately, a behavioral health system insensitive to these women's needs exacerbates their risk. Recent reports recommended that mental health services be accessible and acceptable to women of color and include comprehensive, culturally appropriate case management. The federal(More)
In 1991, the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau developed the Healthy Start Initiative as a comprehensive community-based program to eliminate the high rates of poor pregnancy outcomes among women of color. To date, few studies of the programmatic outcomes of this Initiative have examined the views of Healthy Start consumers. To understand the(More)
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