New York Project Aims to Address Mental Health Issues Across the City

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Mayor Bill de Blasio's Project Thrive has worked to bring attention to mental health care in New York City. Part of this effort has focused on women's mental health thanks in part to the work of his wife Chirlane McCray.

Mayor Bill de Blasio's Project Thrive has worked to bring attention to mental health care in New York City. Part of this effort has focused on women's mental health thanks in part to the work of his wife Chirlane McCray.

One of the groups taking part in this project is Northwell Health which has worked to address this issue with its patients on Long Island and other places in the city. Tina Walch, MD, said with McCray taking the lead in bringing attention to the health of women they been able to make considerable strides in recent years. The Maternal Depression Screening Collaborative has helped to screen women for this spectrum of conditions over the past few years and the work is expected to be more widespread in the near future.

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