The South-Eastern Family Project (SEFP) is a comprehensive residential and day treatment program for pregnant women who are addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Gender specific substance abuse treatment services are provided in a healthy, stable, and secure residential environment where women and their newborns can remain together throughout the treatment stay.
Mothers receive clinical help with their addiction and emotional problems, while learning daily living and parenting skills that will foster healthy child development, and improved birth outcomes for drug exposed infants. The South-Eastern Family Project is licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and is approved for Medicaid reimbursement. Services are provided by an array of licensed health and behavioral health care professionals including physicians, nurses, case managers and therapists.
Peer Recovery Specialist I provides peer support; serves as a consumer advocate; carries out support functions. The Peer Recovery Specialist may assist individuals with basic physical, financial, social, personal, and recovery needs. Services carried out by the Peer Recovery Specialist I include monitoring, advocacy, daily living support, and similar functions.
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