Woven Programming

Woven

Restoring Mothers Into The Women They Were Created To Be.

WOVEN provides all the services of Women’s Programming with an added component of family safety, increasing parenting capacity while addressing the internal negative emotions our clients have in respect to the NAS diagnosis and social stigma. Working with moms specifically on bonding/attachment. Families Free also provides basic needs; such as, diapers, wipes, formula, and other supplies.

Love Restores

You Can Do It, And We’re Here To Help

What will you discover with Woven?

Integrity, respect, hope, empathy, and a caring team who has a passion for empowering women.

How we provide hopeful help …

Woven invests in you and your family, and we provide you with the foundation to have a healthier lifestyle free of addiction.

Mom Power

in partnership with Ballad Population Health

Mom Power is an evidence-based trauma-informed parenting and self-care skills group designed for mothers of young children (ages 0-6). Mom Power aims to support caregivers as they support children and to empower mothers to consistently and confidently support their child’s social and emotional development. Mom Power is a 10-week parenting group intervention that was developed specifically to reach vulnerable families (e.g., trauma history, in recovery, struggling with mental health difficulties). The Mom Power model is meant to have the intervention embedded into the community through

  1. Holding groups in easy to access places
  2. Providing assistance with transportation for more rural families
  3. Offering warm handoffs to other community resources and interventions.

Families Thrive

in partnership with Ballad Foundation

Families Free will provide support for mothers of drug-exposed infants who are “rooming in” with their child at the Niswonger Children’s Hospital NICU. This is accomplished through having a presence and offering regularly scheduled groups on the NICU floor including Motivational Curriculum, Nurturing Parenting Curriculum, Art Therapy, and Spirituality.

Full Addiction Severity Index (ASI) assessments will be offered as an opportunity for mothers to recognize the impact of substance use in their lives and learn about treatment programs appropriate to their needs. Mothers will also have on-site family specialist support and case management available to promote bonding and attachment and care of their infant, engagement with doctors and other hospital personnel, and develop a hospital to home plan. Families Free will also provide items for safe baby care in the home.

Who To Contact

Rachel AdamsWOVEN, Families Thrive, & MOMPOWER Director:
Rachel Adams
rachel@familiesfree.com

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