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Pregnant and Postpartum Women's Program

Support for women and their families with substance use disorders. 

The PPW program at Coastal Horizons provides substance use treatment to pregnant and postpartum women with any substance use disorder. The program is gender responsive and family inclusive, and provides individual, group and family counseling services. In addition, the program offers case management through a dedicated Case Manager as well as Peer Support services through Certified Peer Support Specialists. The program also offers options for family support groups, parenting education, child care, and transportation assistance, in addition to other resources and supports for participants. Psychiatric medication evaluation and management, as well as medication assisted treatment options are available.

Participants can enroll up to twelve months after delivery.

Our Services

Our Pregnant and Postpartum Women’s services promote recovery and support healthy families.  They include:

  • Individual, Family and Group Therapy
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Family Support Groups
  • Parent and Child Therapy
  • A Woman’s Way Through: 12 Step Group
  • Certified Peer Support
  • Crisis Management
  • Wellness Support
  • Skills Training

For a more comprehensive look at our services, please download our flyer.

Referral Information

Our office is located at 110 Premier Plaza in Whiteville, NC.  Referrals may be made by calling or Program Coordinator directly at 910-524-8183, or via Fax at 910-207-6907. Hablamos Español!

Supported by the NC Division of MH/DD/SAS through funding from SAMHSA Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act of 2016 Pilot Program for Treatment for Pregnant & Postpartum Women. CDFA# 93.243  In accordance with 45 CFR 96.131 Treatment Services for Pregnant Women of the Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant, pregnant women are given preference in admission to this program/facility.  Priority admission is as follows: (1) Pregnant women using substances intravenously, (2) Pregnant women with substance use disorder, (3) Women using substances intravenously, (4) All others.