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Substance Use Disorder Perinatal Services
The Substance Use Disorder Program, Policy, and Fiscal Division - Perinatal and Youth Services Unit oversees the publicly-funded substance use disorder (SUD) programs for pregnant and parenting women (perinatal). This includes the development of the Perinatal Services Network Guidelines, the annual report to the Legislature for the Women and Children’s Residential Treatment Services Program, collaboration with counties, continuous research on perinatal SUD services, and the delivery of technical assistance regarding perinatal SUD services.
Pregnant and Parenting Women
If you are a pregnant or parenting woman, or a family member of a pregnant or parenting woman who is in need of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, the Perinatal Directory can help you find an SUD office that is near you. The Perinatal Directory is organized by county, and it includes the names, numbers, and addresses of SUD treatment services.
Counties and Providers receiving Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SABG) funding are required to follow the Perinatal Practice Guidelines (PPG). The PPG outlines the SABG requirements for substance use disorder services for pregnant and parenting women.