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Los Angeles Maternal Mental Health Access (LAMMHA)

Welcome to Los Angeles County Maternal Mental Health Access (LAMMHA)

Los Angeles Maternal Mental Health Access (LAMMHA) is a five year program (2022 – 2026) funded by The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) to support health centers in Los Angeles to identify and treat common perinatal mental disorders (CPMD) and reduce the risk of suicide. The LAMMHA initiative is a collaboration between Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC)Elevation Health Partners (EHP)Maternal Mental Health Now (MMHN)Concert Health and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington. Co-created with Los Angeles community stakeholders, the LAMMHA program currently offers Los Angeles County providers and community clinics two different levels of support to improve perinatal mental health care. Please see our flyer, flyer supplement, and details below on how you can participate in the learning opportunity to improve mental health care for your perinatal patient population.

How can I use LAMMHA to support my work?

Join a learning community cohort. There are two levels of support:

CoCM Implementation Learning Collaborative
  • Los Angeles County clinics providing perinatal care are invited to submit an application.
  • Award of $75,000 per participating site location.
  • 2 years of individual support to implement Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) for perinatal depression.
  • First cohort starts February 2023.
ECHO Perinatal Case Conference Series
  • Los Angeles County perinatal providers are invited to register.
  • 10 month ECHO series to support perinatal mental health care.
  • Participating providers will receive 1 CME per ECHO session.
  • First cohort starts February 2023.

Visit the LAMMHA Resources page for direct links to key perinatal mental health support resources for providers and parents.

Apply Now!

For any questions, contact lammha@ccalac.org.

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May 25, 2023: Maternal Mental Health Access Program Trains Inaugural Cohort of LA County Sites

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