The demand for addiction rehab facilities for pregnant and postpartum women has never been greater, with particular regards to opiate addicted pregnant and postpartum women since cases of neonatal abstinence syndrome have risen from 7 cases per 1,000 admissions to neonatal intensive care units in 2004 to 27 cases per 1,000 admissions in 2013. Treatment centers provided for pregnant and postpartum women in Suquamish provide a comprehensive spectrum of services, non-punitive in nature, to make getting off drugs and alcohol feasible, ensure opioid dependent mothers transition into a sober and healthy pregnancy with non-addicted infants, and receive the recovery they need to stay sober during postpartum.
States which provide pregnant and postpartum mothers with treatment services rather than legal consequences, including revocation of their parental rights, have found that these types of services sustain the idea of maintaining the family together and maintaining the mother's sobriety in place so that this positively impact's the well-being of the newborns and other children involved. Services offered at such rehabilitation programs may involve group, individual, and family counseling as well as prenatal and postpartum care. Some treatment programs may even provide education and training in parenting and incorporate trauma-specific services to handle any type of abusive relationships which trigger their drug or alcohol abuse as well as emotional and sexual abuse for everyone in the family.
Many women in this position often require extensive outpatient treatment services, yet face many challenges to their sobriety due to the complex nature of being a single parent or sole caregiver. drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers for pregnant and postpartum women sometimes provide residential and inpatient care with beds for clients children, and aftercare services to sober living programs with continuing outpatient therapy services offered to them including medical services.