In a new study, mothers were given a short survey to assess whether they needed additional care. Those who identified depression symptoms were then coached by a research assistant to seek further help.
The program had a remarkable impact, according to the researchers. Nearly 74 percent of mothers in the intervention group sought additional help, compared to around 54 percent in the control group.
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