Maintaining Healthy Relationships Before and After Delivery

The Maternal Health Network has established community education materials for maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery, which highlights your relationship with yourself, your immediate support system, and your community. These materials are available for download and are intended to be utilized by Maternal Health Network members to educate families in San Bernardino County.

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The Maternal Health Network has developed a consumer presentation toolkit, compiled resources specific to maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery, and created video vignettes that can be used by members of the Maternal Health Network when talking with families.
 

Consumer Presentations

Subject matter experts provided the Maternal Health Network with what they see as the three most important things families need to know about maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery. Using this information, the Maternal Health Network has established a consumer presentation toolkit for providers, which includes a flyer, PowerPoint presentation with facilitator notes, an Agenda, and a training video that is intended to provide a mechanism for consistent messaging across providers for maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery. All materials are available for download and have space for you to add your organization’s logo on the materials should you desire.
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Videos

The Maternal Health Network worked with subject matter experts to develop three 3-minute videos specific to Maintaining Healthy Relationships After Delivery for consumers. The first video describes the three main points that families should know about maintaining healthy relationships that is described in the consumer presentation toolkit. The second video has tips for you as an educator on how to talk with families about this topic. The third video describes a consumer experience. All videos are available for download and can be shared on your organization’s social media, website, or other platforms where you engage with the families you serve.
 

Black and African American - Maintaining Healthy Relationships Before and After Delivery

The MHN is committed to elevating issues of equity in all areas of our work. When completed, each community education bundle will include materials specific to Black and African American families to help focus our efforts on supporting positive maternal and infant health outcomes for this population. Below, you will find a Tip Sheet and social media posts that elevate issues of equity for breastfeeding and promote programs funded by the Perinatal Equity Initiative in San Bernardino County. To learn more about the PEI and their programs, please click here. 
 
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Resource Information

In addition, the Maternal Health Network compiled various resources specific to maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery that was developed by partnering organizations and others that specialize in this topic. All materials are linked to or available for download below.
 
Relationship Problems and What to Do
Relationship Problems and Pregnancy
Pregnant Mothers With Strong Family Support Less Likely to Have Postpartum Depression
Partner Support During Pregnancy
Healthy Relationships and Pregnancy
Five Ways to Help Them Cope With Stress, Improve Mood, and Stay Energetic

Social Media Collateral

To support the consumer presentation toolkit, the Maternal Health Network has established a series of social media content based on the curriculum developed in conjunction with the subject matter experts that providers can use to disseminate information on maintaining healthy relationships before and after delivery. All materials are available for download and have space for you to add your organization’s logo on the materials should you desire.
 
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