Services for Pregnant and Parenting Women

Maine’s substance abuse treatment programs give priority placement to women who are pregnant or parenting and who…

    • Inject drugs
    • Use drugs by any other method
    • Drink alcohol

Treatment providers understand the special needs of pregnant and parenting women and will help them navigate their way through recovery to a healthy baby, a healthy child, a healthy woman/mother. 

Brochure: Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Pregnant Women (PDF)


Women’s Substance Abuse Case Management

Maine Mothers Network provides targeted case management, parenting education and support, referral to individual and group substance abuse treatment, and advocacy for Maine women who are pregnant or parenting children birth through five years old.  Services are provided primarily in the home and aim to reduce barriers of transportation, childcare, economic stress, family commitments and stigma that may prevent pregnant and parenting women from seeking treatment. For more information see the Maine Mothers Network Flyer or call the:    


STATEWIDE Referral Line: 1-800-244-6431

motherandchild

The Maine Mother's Network is a consortium of:

York and Cumberland Counties (except for Bridgton, Windham regions)
Day One

Androscoggin, Oxford, Franklin Counties (Plus Bridgton and Windham Regions)
Tri-County Mental Health Services

Midcoast, Kennebec, Somerset Counties
Crisis & Counseling

Penobscot, Piscataquis Counties
Wellspring

Aroostook, Washington, Hancock Counties
Aroostook Mental Health Center


Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Women and Children

Crossroads for Women, Inc provides short-term intensive residential treatment services to pregnant or parenting women with children birth through five years old in their Children and Mothers Program (CAMP).  Crossroads has expertise in addressing the specific issues of women in treatment and recovery and  utilizes evidenced based practices for women such as trauma informed treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, 12-step or other social support participation, couples’ & family therapy and parenting skills.  Therapeutic childcare is provided as well as case management services for women and their children. For more information please call: 207-773-9931

Additional licensed substance abuse treatment services can be found at: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/samhs/osa/help/directory.htm