Mommy’s Helping Hands is a program that offers care coordination for pregnant and postpartum women who may be struggling with opioid misuse and/or an opioid use disorder.
Pregnancy, Opioid Use & Treatment
If you are pregnant and using opioids, it is important that you get help for yourself and your unborn baby.There are many available treatments that can help you stop using drugs.These treatments are safe for your baby, can help manage your withdrawal symptoms, and give you a chance to take care of yourself.
The Mommy’s Helping Hands Program recognizes that women who are using opioids during pregnancy need an all-inclusive approach to care. We offer care coordination services for pregnant and postpartum women (up to one year after being pregnant).
A Care Manager will work with you and those involved in your care to help you meet your health goals.A Care Manager will also assist with the following:
- Plan in-person visits or phone calls with you
- Help you access specialized substance use treatment, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- Work with your medical insurance to coordinate your care
- Communicate and coordinate with your doctor and help set up care with your doctor and specialists
- Help you connect with community resources and supports
- Help you and/or your supports better understand your behavioral health condition(s), medications and treatment
You are eligible for the Mommy’s Helping Hands Program if you are a resident of Philadelphia.
If you are unsure whether you have Community Behavioral Health (CBH) insurance please call:
This specialized case management program is voluntary.Your CBH services will not be affected if you choose not to participate.
Interested in referring yourself or someone you know?
Please call:1-888-545-2600 or complete the contact form below and someone will call you to provide more information.