The duration of your specialized pregnancy treatment depends upon the type of substance addiction you are facing as well as how heavily that substance is being used. The Neuro Psychiatric Addiction Clinic assists with the following addictions: alcohol, fentanyl, opiates, cocaine, heroin, methadone, crystal meth
Our specialists administer an evaluation that allows us to get to know you and create a treatment program that’s tailored to your unique physical and mental health needs. You will receive medical assistance to support you in your specialized pregnancy treatment, individual counseling to navigate your mental health concerns, peer-to-peer counseling to meet with others who can help keep you honest and navigate this difficult transition, nutritional counseling that can bolster the health of you and your unborn child, yoga to help you get active and find your center, and specialized education groups on how to stay healthy and achieve long-term recovery. After your stay at our facility is completed, you can still count on continued support to ensure that you maintain your recovery long-term for the benefit of yourself and your child. Neuro Psychiatric addiction Clinic has case managers that can coordinate with outpatient care providers that can provide you with counseling, group support, or continued medical support at home or at another rehab center if necessary. We know that your main concern is the health of your baby, and we want to do everything we can to ensure that you have the support you need to conquer your addiction and mental health concerns for good. Many of our team members are in long-term recovery themselves, and can relate to what you’re experiencing. We’ll take every measure necessary to ensure that you can overcome and take steps toward a happier, healthier life for you and your family.
Pregnancy is one of the most exciting, yet stressful things a woman can experience in her life. Unfortunately, the stress can be compounded if you find yourself currently struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol. You may be vulnerable to addiction if you are struggling with mental health concerns, stress and anxiety due to work, relationships, or finances, or trauma from a traumatic experience.
However, pregnancy now means that you not only need to worry about breaking free from addiction for yourself, but to ensure you carry a healthy child. It’s important to know that you’re not alone in this circumstance. Thousands of women every year discover they are pregnant while addicted to drugs or alcohol, which leads to many babies being born addicted to these substances, as well.