Are you struggling with substance use?
You are not alone.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Moms in Recovery is a safe space where you can meet with other women who are in recovery from addiction and get help with recovery.
What are the possible signs of a substance use disorder?
- Spending a lot of your time and money on getting and using drugs
- Using more than you intend to or having difficulty stopping
- Suffering from withdrawal symptoms when you do not use
Medications for substance use disorders
When you use heroin, alcohol, or other substances, you are at higher risk for overdose and infections, which can harm both you and your baby.
We can prescribe medications to help you stop using substances, including buprenorphine (Suboxone) or naltrexone for opioid use disorder. We also prescribe medications to help you stop using alcohol or tobacco.
Who we are
Moms in Recovery is a program for pregnant and parenting women who struggle with substance use. At Moms in Recovery you will meet other women who are working hard to stop using substances and support each other as parents. You will be able to form close relationships with counselors, psychiatrists, midwives, pediatricians, case managers and recovery coaches. These professionals can support you in developing a healthy lifestyle that is rewarding and free from substance use.
The Moms in Recovery program offers the following services:
- Case management and coordination
- Dental screening
- Group therapy with other mothers and pregnant women
- Haven food pantry
- Help accessing housing, transportation, insurance and employment support
- Help stopping tobacco/nicotine including vaping
- Help with depression, anxiety and PTSD symptoms
- Individual counseling
- Intensive Outpatient Program for women only
- Medication assisted treatment, including buprenorphine (Suboxone)
- New Hampshire/Vermont WIC (WIC is the USDA Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children)
- Parenting classes
- Peer recovery services
- Supervised playtime for children on site while their moms attend treatment
- Support for building healthy relationships
- Women's health care, including prenatal care, immunizations, family planning, and screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections and hepatitis, and help finding a primary care provider
How to contact us
If you have questions or would like more information about our services, contact us at the Addiction Treatment Program or ask your health care provider for a referral.