WFMJ: Ohio Program Aims to Help Dads Experiencing Paternal Depression - OhioGuidestone
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WFMJ: Ohio Program Aims to Help Dads Experiencing Paternal Depression


The Institute for Family and Community Impact’s Father’s Feelings study is gaining attention across the state, spotlighting a much needed resource and support system for dads struggling with depression.

WFMJ in Youngstown recently spoke with Director of Applied Clinical Sciences and Research Brittany Pope to discuss how even before a baby is born, expectant fathers might have concerns.

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