Fast Facts to Champion Support for Caregiver Depression
This brief provides fact sheets on the key strategies and information influencers need to help more caregivers affected by depression access supportive interventions. Specifically, it includes
- One-page fact sheets for key influencers that identify:
- Specific strategies and actions families, health care providers and community advocates can take to better support children and families affected by caregiver depression
- What each influencer needs to know about Medicaid to increase accessibility to screenings and interventions
- A fact sheet to share with policy makers about the importance of strengthening systems that address caregiver depression
States and communities can share these strategies and information with key influencers who have the potential to drive change in their community. Each page can be printed separately and shared with relevant influencers.
Publish Date: 2019
Support for this brief was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.
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