Pregnancy addiction can put both you and your baby at risk. Using drugs or drinking alcohol while pregnant increases the chances of a miscarriage or stillbirth and can cause physical and developmental problems for your child after birth. New Vista offers community-based treatment for pregnant women and mothers with substance use disorders.
Our personalized treatment plans for pregnancy addiction include assessment, counseling and individual, group, and skill-building therapy. Through our peer support program, you gain hope and empowerment. Your peer support specialist has been through the same experience, and achieved recovery. They offer understanding and respect, and assist with decision making in the delivery of treatment.
In addition to outpatient therapy, our Residential Treatment Center for Women and Children provides short-term treatment in a non-judgmental environment free of distractions from everyday life. Services focus on the overall health of the mother and child, and include coordinated OB/GYN and pediatric care. Children up to age two are invited to stay with mothers during residential treatment.