Perinatal Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment

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    Programs that provide comprehensive treatment services on a residential, outpatient or day treatment basis for pregnant women who have an alcohol use disorder, women who are parenting children, generally age three or younger, and/or women who have babies who were exposed alcohol during pregnancy. Services may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and a wide array of supportive services such as child care, transportation and parenting skills development. The objective of the program is to help these women restructure their lives so that they can handle their parenting responsibilities as well as remain alcohol free.

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    Family Recovery Center, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides a 6- to 9-month day treatment program serving pregnant mothers with a history of drug or alcohol abuse, mothers of newly delivered children who have tested positive for drugs, and mothers with a drug/alcohol abuse problem. Curriculum offers parenting classes, drug and alcohol education and relapse prevention, life skills, vocational assessment, HIV education, and twelve-step meetings. Clients are urine-tested twice weekly. Individual, group, and family counseling are also provided within the program. Child care and 2 daily meals are provided and some transportation is available. A sober living environment is also available to women in the program at reduced rent.North CoastalFamily Recovery CenterMental Health Systems, Inc
    Kiva Perinatal Residential Detox, McAlister Institute for Treatment and EducationOffers a 10 to 14 day residential detox program for pregnant women. Also offers pregnancy services including: transition to residential treatment, assessment, educational workshops in parenting, substance abuse issues, health, and relapse prevention.EastKIVA Perinatal Detox Residential Recovery ProgramMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
    Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment for Women and Adolescent Females, North Inland Women/Adolescents Recovery Center, McAlister Institute for Treatment and Education, San MarcosGender-specific treatment program offering non-residential alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment and recovery services for pregnant and parenting women and transitional age youth girls (ages 15 and over) and their dependent minor children (from birth through age 17). Services include on-site day care, case management, screening and assessment, individual and group counseling, co-occurring services for mental health issues, family therapy, primary care coordination, parenting classes, and linkages/referrals to community resources.North InlandRecovery CentersMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
    Parenting Skills Program, Vista Hill, Parentcare Family Recovery Center, La MesaOffers a series of 7 workshops focusing on parenting skills for parents of infants through adolescence. Uses videos of real-life dramatizations of situations that depict issues facing families and is a participatory experience. Instructors hold bachelor's degrees or higher. Certificate provided upon completion. Court approved.EastParenting Skills ProgramVista Hill
    Perinatal Case Management, Vista Hill, La MesaProvides continuous, long-term case management to assist women who are drug and/or alcohol users, pregnant or parenting, in finding services to support long-term recovery. Services include home visits, assessment, monitoring service delivery, client advocacy, and evaluation of service. This program is funded by the County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency. Also provides outreach to homeless pregnant or parenting women who are alcohol and/or drug users. Outreach services include providing access to prenatal care, assistance to obtain Medi-Cal, assistance finding a doctor, and finding emergency services (food, shelter, etc).EastPerinatal Case ManagementVista Hill
    Residential Treatment Program for Women and Children, Kiva Learning Center for Women and Children, McAlister Institute for Treatment and EducationLong-term residential treatment program for women, with and without children, who are seeking help for alcohol and other drug addiction. Over the course of approximately 4 to 6 months, clients receive individual and group counseling, treatment planning, on-site day care, parenting classes, educational workshops, mental health counseling, domestic violence assistance, employment preparation (including on-the-job training), primary care coordination, case management, community referrals, and recovery support services in a residential setting.EastKIVA  Residential ProgramMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
    Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Parents, Vista HillProvides substance abuse treatment services to pregnant women and parenting women. Treatment is provided by a multidisciplinary team that includes a staff psychiatrist. In addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation, offers classes in parent education, social skills training, relationships in recovery, and vocational readiness. Offers a specialized daycare program that provides children an opportunity to develop self-esteem and socialization skills, and improve learning readiness.EastSubstance Abuse Treatment Program for ParentsVista Hill

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