Helping Mothers Opiate Use Disorder (OUD) and Stimulant Use
Addiction can make you feel defeated and hopeless, but you’re not alone. Coleman Professional Services has partnered with St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima, Ohio to help pregnant and postpartum women (up to one year) whom have a history of using Opiates and Stimulants (Methamphetamines and Cocaine).
The first step is to reach out for help — we’re here to serve you.
Am I eligible for the Embrace Program?
Embrace is designed for pregnant women and postpartum mothers (up to one year) in the Greater Lima, Ohio Region (Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert, Mercer, Shelby & Darke) counties that are struggling with a history of use of Opiates and Stimulants.
Women and mothers across the country struggle with addiction every day, and we’re here to help you move forward so you can focus on your children and your health. If this sounds like you, Embrace is here to help.
How does Embrace help women like me?
We provide connection to medication-assisted treatment, Subutex. We also connect you to counseling and other support services that help pregnant women and mothers. We are here to help you create and maintain a stable life for yourself and your children.
We work with dozens of mothers just like you with similar worries about relapse, loss of custody, financial concerns, and more. You’re in a difficult position. But we share the same goals as you do — we’re here to help you make the healthiest choices for you and your child.
How can I afford this program? Is financial assistance available?
This is an understandable question — it’s difficult to entrust your health and safety with strangers, especially when your children are involved. Our services are free to those who need them, no questions asked. We are transparent about our funding; we receive grants and state funding to help women get the assistance they need during and after pregnancy. We partner with St. Rita’s Medical Center to provide medication-assisted treatment and counseling to help lessen the possibility of relapse under safe, doctor-guided care.
Funding for this program was made possible (in part) by the Ohio State Opiate Response (SOR) – 1H79TI081684-01- grant from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations.