SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A POSTPARTUM CONDITION AND THEIR FAMILIES
Sec. 512. [42 U.S.C. 712] (a) In General.—In addition to any other payments made under this title to a State, the Secretary may make grants to eligible entities for projects for the establishment, operation, and coordination of effective and cost-efficient systems for the delivery of essential services to individuals with or at risk for postpartum conditions and their families.
(b) Certain Activities.—To the extent practicable and appropriate, the Secretary shall ensure that projects funded under subsection (a) provide education and services with respect to the diagnosis and management of postpartum conditions for individuals with or at risk for postpartum conditions and their families. The Secretary may allow such projects to include the following:
(1) Delivering or enhancing outpatient and home-based health and support services, including case management and comprehensive treatment services.
(2) Delivering or enhancing inpatient care management services that ensure the well-being of the mother and family and the future development of the infant.
(3) Improving the quality, availability, and organization of health care and support services (including transportation services, attendant care, homemaker services, day or respite care, and providing counseling on financial assistance and insurance).
(4) Providing education about postpartum conditions to promote earlier diagnosis and treatment. Such education may include—
(A) providing complete information on postpartum conditions, symptoms, methods of coping with the illness, and treatment resources; and
(B) in the case of a grantee that is a State, hospital, or birthing facility—
(i) providing education to new mothers and fathers, and other family members as appropriate, concerning postpartum conditions before new mothers leave the health facility; and
(ii) ensuring that training programs regarding such education are carried out at the health facility.
(c) Integration With Other Programs.—To the extent practicable and appropriate, the Secretary may integrate the grant program under this section with other grant programs carried out by the Secretary, including the program under section 330 of the Public Health Service Act.
(d) Requirements.—The Secretary shall establish requirements for grants made under this section that include a limit on the amount of grants funds that may be used for administration, accounting, reporting, or program oversight functions and a requirement for each eligible entity that receives a grant to submit, for each grant period, a report to the Secretary that describes how grant funds were used during such period.
(e) Technical Assistance.—The Secretary may provide technical assistance to entities seeking a grant under this section in order to assist such entities in complying with the requirements of this section.
(f) Application of Other Provisions of Title.—
(1) In general.—Except as provided in paragraph (2), the other provisions of this title shall not apply to a grant made under this section.
(2) Exceptions.—The following provisions of this title shall apply to a grant made under this section to the same extent and in the same manner as such provisions apply to allotments made under section 502(c):
(g) Definitions.—In this section:
(1) The term “eligible entity”—
(A) means a public or nonprofit private entity; and
(B) includes a State or local government, public-private partnership, recipient of a grant under section 330H of the Public Health Service Act (relating to the Healthy Start Initiative), public or nonprofit private hospital, community-based organization, hospice, ambulatory care facility, community health center, migrant health center, public housing primary care center, or homeless health center.
(2) The term “postpartum condition” means postpartum depression or postpartum psychosis.
 See Vol. II, P.L. 78-410, §330.