FSA – Reach Out, Stay Strong, Essentials for Mothers of Newborns (ROSE)

Learn more, as this is part of The First Step Act

Program Description Taken from The First Step Act Approved Program Guide 1/2022 The ROSE Program is a five-session intervention to reduce the occurrence of
postpartum depression symptoms that is delivered during pregnancy and includes a
postpartum session. ROSE may be delivered in groups of up to 12 participants
or individually. This program offers open enrollment so participants may join at any
time during its provision and may complete the sessions out of order. The core elements include psychoeducation on postpartum depression, managing stress in transition to motherhood, social support, redefining expectations for self, and relationships.
Session topics include communication skills via role-play, stress management skills, and building social support.
Time Frame
Needs Addressed Family/Parenting
Mental Health
Program Delivery Social Worker
Institution Locations All female sites