Helping mothers in recovery from opioid addiction
Empowering pregnant women to stay on their journey towards a healthy, sober lifestyle
Overcoming opioid addiction and abuse is hard, but recovery is worth it. If you’re pregnant, you may be wondering how to get through this big life change while maintaining your sobriety. Our compassionate team of healthcare providers is here to help.
Compassionate treatment that’s tailored to you
Through our opioid use disorder treatment programs, pregnant women and their newborns are provided the resources and support they need to thrive and succeed through recovery from opioid addiction. Our programs include:
Opioid Use Disorder program
This program is specifically designed to treat pregnant women addicted to opioids or with a history of opioid use disorder. Participants of this program will be provided Subutex (buprenorphine) for six weeks postpartum to help ease cravings and support in finding another treatment provider afterwards to continue recovery.
Help is available near you. For more information, talk to your healthcare provider or call:
- Geisinger Medical Center (Danville, PA): 570-214-2159
- Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre (Wilkes-Barre, PA): 570-808-8921
- Geisinger Lewistown Hospital (Lewistown, PA): 717-242-7943
Available to pregnant women in Luzerne County, Free2BMom aims to help women maintain their recovery through pregnancy and two years after childbirth. This program consists of medication-assisted treatment, counseling and a comprehensive team of specialists, including:
- Addiction medicine specialists
- Behavioral health specialists
- Obstetrician/gynecologists (OBGYNs)
- Peer recovery specialists
- Social workers
We’re here to help. Talk to your healthcare provider or call us at 570-214-2159 to learn more about the Free2BMom program.
The support you need is here
Our care team is passionate about breaking the stigma around opioid use disorder and empowering mothers and their babies to thrive physically, psychologically and socially. Our programs provide support through:
- Community-wide social support
- Medication-assisted treatment
Get started today
Bringing a baby into the world is exciting, but it doesn’t come without challenges. While you may have some fears about maintaining your recovery, it’s important to know that help for you and your baby is available.
Talk with your doctor or healthcare provider to get started on your recovery journey today.