Resources for Pregnant and Post-Partum People Living with Opioid Use Disorder
Overdose is a leading cause of death during and after pregnancy. And it’s completely preventable.
Many people find that pregnancy is an ideal time to seek treatment. And it’s completely safe for pregnant people and their unborn children.
Medication Assisted Recovery (MAR) is an evidence-based treatment proven to improve outcomes, decrease the risk of relapse, and reduce death. Click here to find a prescribing provider near you.
If you or someone you know is pregnant (or has recently delivered) and is living with opioid use disorder, connect them to the support and services they need.
Trained Helpline Specialists answer questions, provide support, and connect you to services in Illinois. Call us at 833-234-6343 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Recovery is Possible
Hear stories from people who have experienced opioid use disorder during and after their pregnancies. Illustrating the challenges of parenthood and opioid use, their stories remind us that recovery is possible.
Listen to the words of a young mother in recovery. If you or a loved one need help, reach out to us at the Illinois Helpline at helplineil.org or call 833-2FINDHELP.
Mom and harm reduction advocate, Kshe is living proof that recovery is possible. Reach out to the Illinois Helpline at helplineil.org or 833-2FINDHELP for the support and services that you need.
Hear the powerful words of a grandmother and community leader in long-term recovery. Then, reach out to the Illinois Helpline at helplineil.org or 833-2FINDHELP for the support and services that you need.