Sober Mom Healthy Babies
The Sober Mom Healthy Babies website is a resource to help help pregnant women struggling with alcohol and drug use in Nevada.
The website includes:
- Resources in Nevada for pregnant women dealing with substance use, including low cost and free programs.
- A tool for locating treatment centers across Nevada
- Frequently Asked Questions about substance use during pregnancy
- Plan of Care resources for providers
About Sober Mom Healthy Babies
The Sober Mom Healthy Babies website is provided by the Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant program and the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA), both of which are part of the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, State of Nevada Health and Human Services Department.
Our mission is to reduce the impact of substance use in Nevada. One of our primary goals is to prevent alcohol and drug use among women of childbearing years and women currently pregnant. To achieve this goal, we partner with many of the treatment centers in the state that treat pregnant women struggling with addiction. Overall, for State Fiscal Year 2013, SAPTA funded 22 treatment organizations, providing services in 68 locations throughout Nevada. Together, these providers had 11,907 treatment admissions.