Maternal Depression Sustainability Materials

Maternal Depression Screening in Pediatrics

Maternal depression affects 1 in 7 new mothers in the United States, and perhaps up to 50% of low-income mothers. It has devastating effects on child development that can impact the child and family for years to come. In Nassau County, New York, there is an increasing number of low-income, immigrant families isolated by suburban geography and acculturation struggles that is at particular risk for unidentified, untreated maternal depression.

The materials below are to help you maintain your screening efforts now that the Docs for Tots technical assistance has ended.


Staff Training Materials

Well Moms Well Tots One Pager

How to Run a Report in eCW

Detailed Workflow

Simplified Screening Workflow

Screening Materials

PHQ2 English

PHQ-2 Spanish

PHQ-2 Creole

PHQ-2 French

PHQ-2 Hindi

PHQ-2 Urdu

PHQ-2 English, Spanish, and Creole

EPDS English

EPDS Spanish

EPDS French

EPDS Hindi


Additional Resources

Maternal Depression Resource Directory

Postpartum Resource Center of NY

Exam Room Reminders

Front Desk Reminders





Latest News

June 2022

Check out our newsletter and see what we’re up to! In case you missed it – here is our June Newsletter. See what we’re . . .
Read More

Docs for Tots is Hiring: Spanish-speaking Family Resource Specialist

NEW posting June 2022 Part-time or Full-time position with combo of in person and remote work Help Me Grow – Long Island Family Resource . . .
Read More

Job Posting: Program Manager, Quality Improvement Initiatives

Position Description: The Program Manager will oversee and coordinate the day-to-day operations of Docs for Tots Quality Improvement (QI) programs, including Help Me Grow . . .
Read More

Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later.

James Heckman, economist, Nobel laureate