Pregnancy, Parenting, and Family Support
Parents in recovery have two big hills to climb: taking care of themselves and taking care of their children.
Focusing first on the recovery of the mother, our Pregnant and Parenting Program (P3) helps mothers-to-be deliver healthy babies. Primary care needs and specific women’s health issues are addressed by our Women’s Wellness Program.
Pregnant and Parenting Services
The THS Pregnancy and Family Recovery Program provides services to pregnant women which includes counseling on:
- Women’s General Health Issues
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Skills
- Sexual Abuse
- Reproductive Health Issues
- Child Abuse and Neglect
- Family Issues
The Program Also Provides:
- Individual Counseling Sessions
- Access to a Public Health Nurse
- WIC Program
- Prenatal Groups
- Recovery Skills Groups
- Family Support Groups
- Women’s Issues Group
Individual and group counseling and at-home strategies involve both parents whenever possible with the goals of reducing use and improving parenting and relationship skills.
Our Pregnant and Parenting Program works with families with children age 17 and younger. We can refer children with behavioral health issues to our Youth & Family programs and services.
If you have questions about this program, please call 206-323-0930 extension 1281.
Pregnant & Parenting Posts
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