MOMS connects rural providers to obstetrical/gynecological, maternal-fetal health, mental health and substance use specialists to build competency and consistency across perinatal providers.
MOMS Medical Director, Dr. Tersh McCracken, has compiled a list of authoritative resources to aid maternal health providers in caring for COVID positive/presumptive patients.
Montana Obstetrics & Maternal Support (MOMS)
MOMS offers expert consultation, training, resources, and support to help providers deliver effective prenatal, delivery and postpartum care. MOMS seeks to address Montana’s unique, rural healthcare challenges by connecting local providers to obstetrical/gynecological, perinatal, mental health and substance abuse specialists.
Project ECHO Clinics
Topic: ASAM and the Perinatal/Postpartum Patient: Montana’s Continuum of Care
Next Clinic: August 11, 2020
Presenter: Jennifer Verhasselt, MS, LAC, Senior Director of Residential Services at Rimrock Foundation
MOMS Simulation in Motion-Montana (SIM-MT) Training
Through SIM-MT, MOMS provides mobile high fidelity medical simulation training aimed at reducing medical errors, improving patient outcomes, increasing team performance, and more. Training is available for clinicians at both birthing and non-birthing healthcare centers.
Maternal Health Programs and Resources
MOMS has compiled a Montana Maternal Health Programs and Resources report to identify perinatal resources and provide contact information so that providers around Montana get the support and resources they need to care for Montana’s perinatal patients.
MOMS does not offer crisis services. If you need immediate assistance, please call 911 or use these resources.
National Crisis Text Line:
Text “MT” to 741741