Pheonix Offers a Program to Help Mothers in Need
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Lister and her team hope that sharing this story will help other moms seek help.
“There’s just so much pressure, from friends, family, all eyes are on you,” said Kaylanna Etsitty, 20, mother of two. “People are judging you.”
Etsitty went to the Arizona Health Start Program for support with her second child. She was a young mom, and the program walked with her through her journey with depression and the challenges she faced with breastfeeding.
This Arizona program and many others across the country are free. These types of programs are equipped with professionals ready to help families prevent tragedies and provide much needed encouragement to mothers.
Learn more about this story and the resources available here.