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This sortable list of resources has been compiled by the Colorado Maternal Mental Health Collaborative & Framework to support partners during COVID-19. To suggest
a resource to add to the list, please email ColoradoMaternalMentalHealth@gmail.com. For more information about the Collaborative and Framework,
please visit http://www.coloradomaternalmentalhealth.org

Please note, the Framework is not intended as a resource for families or caregivers. If you are seeking care or support for yourself or a loved one, help is available. Visit https://coloradomaternalmentalhealth.org/need-help/ for links to information and resources.
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Recommend?NameOne-Click Resource? (Immediately reach help guidance, not have to further navigate)Resource TypeDescriptionURL / Contact infoCOVID specificStructural determinants of healthImpacted population(s)Colorado specificMMH includedMaternal/Infant Health includedMental health included
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**Helpline for Pregnant and Postpartum ColoradansYHelplinea new bilingual helpline to connect pregnant people to doulas who can help answer questions or connect you with programs and services. Available in English or Spanish. By COLOR and Elephant Circle.Call 720-634-6247 for info/support

https://twitter.com/colorlatina/status/1257373241032822789
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To Protect Black Americans from the Worst Impacts of COVID-19, Release Comprehensive Racial DataNNews articleArticle advocating for releasing comprehensive racial data
https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/voices/to-protect-black-americans-from-the-worst-impacts-of-covid-19-release-comprehensive-racial-data/
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*We Must Count CoalitionNAdvocacy groupgroup advocating for "the uniform collection and release of COVID-19 testing, cases, health outcomes and mortality rates using data disaggregated by race, ethnicity, primary language, gender, disability status, and socioeconomic status"
https://www.wemustcount.org/
YYPeople of color, bilingual, low income, differently abledNNNN
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City of San Antonio COVID Equity Rapid Response Tool and FrameworkNToolkitTool for equity impact analysis
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Et90CfMs4_gPytMLZHkkWRggMqfZVl9D/view
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COVID Resources that Take Race SeriouslyNList of resourcesRequires lots of navigation but good options for further digging
https://www.embracerace.org/resources/resources
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Black Maternal Health and the US COVID-19 Response (Webinar, Black Mamas Matter Alliance)NWebinar (archived)2-hour webinar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMy9GBHePd8
YYPeople of color (Black)NUnsureYN
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Covid-19 Restrictions on Birth & Breastfeeding: Disproportionately Harming Black and Native WomenNNews article3/27/20 article
https://womensenews.org/2020/03/covid-19-restrictions-on-birth-breastfeeding-disproportionately-harming-black-and-native-women/
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Supporting Children’s Health During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic (NICHQ; discusses structural determinants of health)Y OverviewSimple overview with jump links
https://www.nichq.org/insight/supporting-childrens-health-during-covid-19-pandemic?utm_content=124441156&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&hss_channel=tw-68765178
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Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief: Communities of Color at Higher Risk for Health and Economic Challenges due to COVID-19NIssue brief4/7/20 issue brief about how the health and financial impacts of COVID-19 may vary across racial/ethnic groups
https://www.kff.org/disparities-policy/issue-brief/communities-of-color-at-higher-risk-for-health-and-economic-challenges-due-to-covid-19/?utm_campaign=tw&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=86145315&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_xYFgTkUVPlVZ2K5au-sFu_R5ZLKteH1pUlSeBPDe-mUjI0gjdAQI9XhzG8lUttCDaLYbzQsUqGfHItI11Kk5Q6xx31Q&_hsmi=86183569
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Maternal Depression: First steps families & advocates can take to help mothers & babies thriveY Guide8-page guide
https://www.nichq.org/sites/default/files/resource-file/MaternalDepression_First%20Steps-1-21.pdf
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***COVID-19 pandemic data reveal racial divide in “healthiest” stateNot for families but good and short overview for professionalsOverview4/17/20 Children's Campaign overview of racial disparities in CO
https://www.coloradokids.org/covid-19-pandemic-data-reveal-racial-divide-in-healthiest-state/
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Gender Inclusive Language GuideNGuideGuide to using gender-inclusive language
https://coloradomaternalmentalhealth.org/professional-resources/#genderlanguage
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LGBTQ Coronavirus Victims Should Be Counted In Health Data, Lawmakers SayNNews article5/1/20 Huffington Post article: "The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has broken down coronavirus cases publicly by location, race, gender and age but not sexual orientation or gender identity."
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/lgbtq-data-coronavirus-crisis_n_5eac3eccc5b6211ca766835c
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People of color, Age, LBGTQ
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**Links and resources for COVID-19NList of resourcesMaterials for advocacy related to birth justice
https://www.elephantcircle.net/covid-19
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People of color, Age, LBGTQ
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COVID-19 Impact on Latinos and ImmigrantsNReportReport by Latino Community Foundation of Colorado
https://www.latinocfc.org/impacteng?utm_term=0_c582a9f02b-4bebc1d7a6-515826421
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*Maternal Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic -- Virtual Congressional BriefingNWebinar (archived)This page contains a full video-recording of the briefing, a collection of the policy recommendations discussed during the briefing, and resources that were shared by the panelists or by others in the chatroom.
https://www.mmhla.org/may2020briefing/
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Women of color and women living in poverty
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COVID Racial Data TrackerNData sourceCompilation of data by The Atlantic
https://covidtracking.com/race
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HHS Initiatives to Address the Disparate Impact of COVID-19 on African Americans and Other Racial and Ethnic MinoritiesNList of resources (includes telehealth)Activities to improve prevention, testing and treatment of COVID-19 among minority populations and reduce racial and ethnic disparities. It includes information on initiatives on data collection, making treatment more accessible and affordable, tailored guidance for individuals and communities most at risk, expanding telehealth options and strengthening COVID-19 outreach and communications.
https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/hhs-fact-sheet-addressing-disparities-in-covid-19-impact-on-minorities.pdf?utm_campaign=fyi_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
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Racial & ethnic data considerations for collection and reporting
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Guidelines and considerations for collection and reporting of data on race & ethnicity, by CDPHE
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UCO5fb9JdxX6l2i8ZnNfHkAzt3zqmj7I/view
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Racial Equity Learning and Planning ResourcesNList by resource type
Set of resources cultivated by CO Dept of Public Health and Environment
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hXdSj2B7a5ZSakGV1Paap59AG8I-Omc4bGJnMjV0wTI/edit?usp=sharing
Some - includes a few related links but not the overall focus
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Black Maternal Health Research Re-Envisioned: Best Practices for the Conduct of Research With, For, and By Black Mamas
N Academic research paper
Recommendations by the Research Working Group of
the Black Mamas Matter Alliance on conducting research
https://harvardlpr.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2020/11/BMMA-Research-Working-Group.pdf
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