Addiction Help

Pregnant and Addicted?

Call us at 1-833-674-6437. Together we can reduce the harmful impacts that addiction can have on you and your child.


Detoxification, or detox, is the phase in which your body physically withdraws from drugs. It’s good to go through this process at an inpatient treatment facility or through an outpatient program so you can be monitored by a health care professional.

Counseling and Behavioral Therapy

Therapy is a critical part to recovery. Recovery will be hard physically, mentally and emotionally, so having a professional support you through this journey is so important. They will give you tools and techniques to help you stick to your treatment and they will address additional day-to-day challenges, such as mental and social challenges, family history and more.


Your doctor may prescribe you medications that help with withdrawal symptoms. Some common examples include buprenorphine/naloxone, Vivitrol, or methadone. Taking medication AND therapy can be a highly effective way to treat addiction.

Support Groups

Addiction can make you feel like you are alone. But many people battle addiction. Support groups allow you to connect with people who are on the same recovery journey. Often, these people become your trusted friends for the long-haul.