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What to Expect

  1. Getting support and treatment is a sign of strength. Disclosing substance use does not mean you will lose your child or your children. In fact, there are treatment programs where your children can be with you while you get support.
  2. The treatment providers that we recommend are not part of the court or child welfare systems.
  3. Pregnant women and mothers with young children get first priority. This means that if there is a wait list, you go to the front of the line to receive treatment. Find support here.
  4. Your treatment will be confidential and judgement free.
  5. You can get support and be in treatment with other pregnant women, or with mothers like you who have children at home.
  6. Treatment providers can be your advocates. They speak up for you and support you during your recovery. There is strength in being vulnerable and asking for their help.

Tough as a Mother is a statewide initiative of: Signal Behavioral Health Network, AspenPointe, Mental Health Partners and West Slope Casa