Attention Warrior Moms of Color: Did you know Postpartum Progress wants to hear from you? We do! We are currently conducting a survey to find out how we can better support and serve women of color who are pregnant and new moms.
Our goal with the survey is to gain insight into what minority mothers experience with their mental health during pregnancy and postpartum, levels of awareness & education on postpartum mood disorders, cultural stigma, and barriers to treatment they face. If you are a Hispanic/Latina, African-American, Native American/American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indian, or other minority woman we hope that you’ll consider taking some time to participate. Your feedback about your experience will help us determine how we can improve our reach and engagement, and develop programs and initiatives that are inclusive of your specific needs.
The survey is 100% confidential and anonymous-your identity will not be tracked. Please feel free to answer honestly and with as much detail as possible. The more we know about your experience with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and what kind of support you need, the better we can help be an effective and valuable organization: changing the landscape of maternal healthcare locally and globally. Will you join us in this mission? Response thus far has been very helpful, but we’d love to hear from as many of you as possible.
The survey is open until January 11th. You can access it here: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/minority-engagement/
Questions or comments? You can send them either to myself or Denise, Postpartum Progress’ intern at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Thank you in advance for your participation!