The pediatric hospital teams can support post-discharge care coordination for infants and families
Pregnant and parenting people can recover and are particularly motivated to succeed in their treatment for OUD.
The main page for AIM’s archived bundle for care of pregnant women with opioid use disorder.
PNQIN is proud to offer online stigma, bias, and trauma-informed care training in partnership with the BWH C.A.R.E. Clinic.
An interactive web resource for pregnant and parenting people who have questions or concerns about opioid and other substance use.
A program that provides real-time, perinatal psychiatric consultation and resource and referral for perinatal clinicians.
A statewide program that provides multidisciplinary, peer led, recovery oriented, wrap around support for birthing people with SUD.
This guide provides comprehensive, national guidance for management of pregnant and parenting people with opioid use disorder and their infants.
In general, a coordinated multidisciplinary approach without criminal sanctions has the best chance of helping families.