The Perinatal Substance Abuse Program (PSAP) provides comprehensive outpatient services for treatment of pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders.
Because each woman is unique, the treatment team at PSAP creates an individualized program designed to address her specific needs.
Perinatal Residential Treatment
We provide perinatal residential treatment for women with substance use disorders to both non-perinatal and perinatal clients. These services include women-specific treatment and recovery services. A woman may enter treatment for substance use disorder during their pregnancy any time during their pregnancy and can stay for up to 120 days following delivery. They live on the premises and are supported in their efforts to restore, maintain, and apply interpersonal and independent living skills and access community support systems prior to birth, through childbirth and post-delivery care. In addition to recovery, treatment focuses on parenting and child development. Pregnancy-related services include all care normally provided during pregnancy, prenatal care, care during labor and delivery, postpartum care, and family planning, examinations and labor and delivery. Medical necessity qualification for ongoing receipt of services is determined initially and at least every six months through a reauthorization process. The residential perinatal program follows the Perinatal Services Network Guidelines.