Post natal depression can ruin the life of not only mother, but also of child and rest of the family. This truth is well understood by the Australian Mental Health Minister Kevin Humphries, who is going to introduce a policy to solve the problem.
Humphries said that he has come across many cases of post natal depression, and after measuring the loss, they have reached at a conclusion and that is the Outreach Perinatal Service. The service will provide clinical help, patients' visits and consultations to affected mothers.
Experts across the nation will be chosen to work on the project and women from remote areas as well as from regional areas will be asked to try the service. Expecting mums and new mothers will be allowed to access the services.
Humphries is confident that service will surely be beneficial for women, and will also help in keeping their families in right frame of mind. The 15-month pilot project is already under trial in Orange and Lismore.
"Women in these areas have been missing out, and one of the reasons why we put together a mental health portfolio was to start to coordinate the services", affirmed Humphries. It is expected that the program will be quite beneficial for mother and child.
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