A new pilot program launched by the Mental Health Minister Kevin Humphries would come as a big boon for all the newly made mothers in the regional areas of NSW. The $240,000 Statewide Outreach Perinatal Service for Mental Health at Westmead Hospital in Sydney would assure all the mothers to have access to some of the top mental health doctors.
The is a big step forward as some of the new mothers find it hard to tackle the responsibility of the child, which is why they undergo a lot of stress and hence lead to mental illnesses. The pilot program would continue for a period of 15 months, in which it would oversee the cases involving post-natal depression.
The women who are living in the regional areas of NSW have been missing out on all the health services, which is their right. This pilot program is one step in the right direction to change what is wrong in the system. There have been many cases in which mothers with post birth mental illness gets separated from their babies. This type of situation is neither good for the baby, or for the mother. In spite these mother should be given proper guidance and provided with services that would diminish the effect of the mental illness on the mothers.
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