Coordinated Care for Families
At Rutland Women’s Healthcare, we are committed to helping all moms-to-be live healthy lifestyles and deliver healthy babies. If you or someone you know is expecting a baby and also struggling with substance abuse, our Coordinated Care for Families in Recovery program can help.
This program provides coordinated care for expectant and new moms with substance abuse problems in a safe, confidential and nurturing environment.
We offer a unique approach to care that ensures the health of you and your baby. These services are provided by a variety of specialists in the community and are coordinated by our specially trained staff. Your services and support plan are tailored to meet your individual needs and may include:
- Medical Care
- Support Meetings
- Home Services
Our specialists help expectant and new moms find a substance abuse treatment program that works for them. We also ensure that newborns and young children have access to health and human services if needed.
The Coordinated Care for Families in Recovery team includes a care coordinator and a clinical social worker who specialize in connecting expectant and new moms with addiction support and other family and community resources to address a variety of needs.
The team also includes representatives from a number of medical and social service agencies that work with women and their families, including:
We also work with the Vermont Department of Corrections and with the Vermont Department of Children and Families as needed.
How To Enroll
If you are pregnant and struggling with addiction, help is available. Our qualified staff will help you get the treatment you need so you can deliver a healthy baby.
In order to participate in the Coordinated Care for Families in Recovery program, you must sign a waiver stating that you consent to receiving our services. All services are confidential and provided in a safe, nurturing and caring environment.