Families Free’s Woven program is helping local mothers of children born with NAS (Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome) turn their lives around. Click the link below to read more about how Woven is making a positive impact.
“After giving birth to twins who suffered from NAS (Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome), I was put in a situation where inpatient treatment was the only option if I wanted to keep my kids. I was willing to do anything at that point. I completed a 28 day program that saved my life and has allowed me to stay in my kids’ lives. I wish treatment had been an option before the babies were born.”
Tennessee’s recent law charging new mothers with babies born exposed to drugs is having unintended consequences. Some women are even avoiding prenatal care out of fear of prosecution. Click below to find out more about how Families Free is making the best out of this situation.
“I delivered my now one year old son while taking suboxone that was not prescribed to me. I was charged with simple assault and offered treatment with Families Free! For me it was a blessing in disguise (kinda) I have now been off suboxone for several months now! I don’t think I could have done it without all the support from the awesome staff at Families Free! Treatment truly works if you really want it! I feel like a whole new person after being clean six months!!”