Su Casa Pregnant Women & Infants Program (PWIP)
lesc.org7
Gouvernuer Slip East
New York, NY 10002
Sabrina Mangual: 212-566-7590 or Outreach Coordinator: 917-217-3771
A treatment program to stabilized opiate dependent soon-to-be-moms, and help them learn to successfully attend their newborns. Services: Transportation from referral source to program. Certified childcare 24 hours a day, Medically assisted and precribed methadone treatement, Substance abuse groups, Hospital based pre-post-natal care for mothers and infants. Mental health services: Referral to Henry Street Settlement for therapy (www.henrystreet.org)*, Aftercare support and groups.Opiod dependent or on methadone females, Pregnant or recently gave birth (2-3 months), 18+ Exclusions: cannot accept clients suffering from severe mental illness because they are primarily a substance abuse program (as opposed to a MICA program). Will consider some clients with depression.

Greenhope Services for Women, Inc
greenhope.org
414-418 East 119th Street
New York, NY 10035
epierce@greenhope.org or cspanish@greenhope.org
Services: Mother services, Substance abuse services (individual and group sessions), Vocational educational services, family therapy, part time psychiatrist, mental health services, anger management, assistance with HRA benefits, domestic violence intervention & workshops, random urinalysis testing, parenting skills classes, housing assistance, vocational assessment and employment assistance, legal advocacy, wellness services (yoga, massage therapy and meditation). Child services: on site-development (0-5 years old), on site playground, movement hour (yoga, sing along, dance) play therapy, story time, healthy meals, medical referrals, pre-school/head start referral. A 6-12 month inpatient program for women that are court-involved and have history of substance and/or alcohol abuse.

Odyssey House Manor Family Center
odysseyhouseinc.org
219 West 121st Street
New York, NY 10035
Daniel Schecter, LMSW  dschecter@odysseyhouseinc.org
Services: Mandatory participation in substance abuse services (morning meetings, seminars, group and individual sessions)., Relapse prevention, Motivational enhancement therapy, basic and nurturing parenting, healthy relationships (domestic violence), anger management, adult basic education classes, vocational/employment training, access to onsite psychiatrist, onsite medical and dental care, random urinalysis.
Children's services: On-site daycare approved by the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and New York City Department of Health (DOH), Early Head Start classrooms. Northside Center for Child Development is on-site to address early intervention needs of all children. All medical appointments for children take place at Family Health Center of Harlem, located nearby at 119th Street and Madison Avenue. Recreational activities are available for mothers and children each weekend. Supplies for mothers including a crib, crib sheets, pampers, baby wipes, bottles, milk, and other supplies necessary for the children. A substance treatment program for mothers with children (up to age 7) that allows parents to seek recovery from drug and alcohol use while continuing to parent, bond, and recover with their children. 18 years old and older with a child who is 0-7 years old, history of substance use, absence of psychosis and suicidal ideations, no arson or sex offenses history