State Options for Promoting Recovery among Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid or Substance Use Disorder
The opioid epidemic has heightened states’ efforts to prevent and treat of substance use disorder (SUD) in pregnant and parenting women. The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, interviewed Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Texas officials about the unique interagency approaches they are using to promote recovery for this population. This new report explores:
- State coverage, care delivery, and financing strategies to support pregnant and parenting women with SUD;
- Available state and federal funding sources for these initiatives; and
- Key considerations for states working to promote recovery.
- Download webinar slides and listen to the webinar that explored how Colorado supports pregnant and parenting women with SUD. The speakers were:
- Amy Cooper, Women’s Services Coordinator, Office of Behavioral Health, Colorado Department of Human Services;
- Susanna Snyder, Maternal Child Health Policy Specialist, Health Programs Office, Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing; and
- Dr. Kaylin Klie, Physician, Denver Health; Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine
- Read NASHP’s issue brief State Strategies to Meet the Needs of Young Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis, and listen to a NASHP webinar on the topic.
- Read presentations from NASHP’s preconference Turning the Tide: State Strategies to Meet the Needs of Families Affected by Substance Use Disorder.