Community Stories

Programs across the country are doing tremendous work in serving the behavioral health needs of pregnant and postpartum women and their families. This page contains the stories of these inspiring organizations.

Would you like to share your own Community Story? Organizations are invited to submit a story featuring an innovative aspect of programming they provide to pregnant and postpartum women and their families. Contact Mid-America ATTC Senior Project Manager Sarah Knopf-Amelung for more information (

PPW Exemplary Performers

Click on pins in the PPW Exemplary Performers map below to read about a program near you and learn more about its story. You can use the check boxes to display only the community stories related to specific topics of interest. Or you can see the full list of Exemplary Performers at the bottom of this page.

green push pin Fathers / Partners / Extended Family
blue push pin Pregnant and Postpartum Women
pink push pin Justice-Involved Populations
light blue push pin Younger children (0 - 5)
yellow push pin Older children (6 - 19)
red push pin Housing

Fathers / Partners / Extended Family

Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Justice-Involved Populations

Young Children (0-5)

Older Children (6-19)


Spotlight Story

The MOMS program serves pregnant and postpartum women and their families in numerous counties in the East Tennessee region. Most notably, the MOMS program is bridging a gap in services for women who are incarcerated and in need of substance abuse treatment and access to holistic care that will set them up for success.

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