Services

Women’s HealthCare and the specialized clinic “Substance Use In Pregnancy: Treatment For Two” is committed to ensuring optimal health care for all OB/GYN patients and their families. Utilizing these programs and services Women’s HealthCare will provide a multi-faceted approach for the treatment of women.

  • This program is specifically designed for pregnant and Post-Partum women with a Substance Use Disorder

  • The program provides medication-assisted treatment with Buprenorphine and Naloxone.

  • In addition to substance use treatment, women will have access to mental health services.

  • Parenting education classes are provided.

  • Routine OB visits are scheduled to assist with healthier outcomes for mother and baby.

  • Peer Recovery support services are offered.

81.3% of infants born to mothers participating in Drug-Free Moms and Babies programs across the state were discharged in their mother’s care.

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How can the Mother-Baby Care Coordinator Help You?

• The Mother-Baby Care Coordinator is a new integrated piece of Women’s HealthCare.
• This care coordination is open to all OB/GYN patients.
• The Care Coordinator is dedicated to guiding and supporting your unique needs.
• The Care Coordinator offers a variety of supportive services to assist patients and their newborns in achieving optimal health outcomes.

What Specific Services can the Mother-Baby Care Coordinator Link You To?

•Mental Health Services
• Substance Abuse Treatment including Medicated Assisted Treatment for pregnant women with a substance use disorder
• Transportation
• Housing
• SNAP
• WIC
• Child care
• Birthing classes
• Breastfeeding classes and consultation with a certified lactation consultant
• Domestic violence services
• Assistance to obtain infant car seats
• Referral to the local Baby Pantry
• Emergency services such as shelters, food, clothing and hygiene products • Referrals to in-home education services such as Early Head Start, Parents As Teachers, Right From The Start, HAPI
• Home health services
• Nursing home placements
• Parenting education and support
• Support groups for bereavement, NA/ AA/Ala-Non, Foster/Adoption
• Education Assistance
• Employment Assistance

Couple with their Baby