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Depression in Mothers: More Than the Blues

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A Tool Kit for Family Service Providers
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This toolkit equips providers with information about depression, and offers strategies in working with mothers who may be depressed. The toolkit includes resources, referrals and handouts for depression, and screening tools for more serious depression.

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SMA14-4878
Publication Date
March 2016
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