A program for women who have delivered a drug-exposed infant.

Our goal is to see women restored to the mothers they were created to be. We do this through evidence-based treatment services, intensive case management support, as well as in-home parenting support in order to promote bonding, attachment, and increased parental capacity.

• Evidence-Based Substance Abuse Treatment

• Individual case management services which can take place in the client’s home or community setting

• Parenting Support, which can include group or individual services

• Utilizing Nurturing Parenting or Mom Power Curriculum

• Assistance with accomplishing goals established by the Department of Children’s Services, if needed

•Coordination of services with DCS, Health Department, and medical providers (to address the needs of the infant, and the mom, as well as counseling for family planning)

Group programming will take place at Families Free where women may bring their newborn. While at the facility, nurturing/bonding and safe care of the infant is modeled and encouraged by Families Free staff.