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Maternal Opioid Recovery Effort Four Part Video Series

 

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): A Universal Tool for Pregnant Women

Mothers & Babies to Services: Plans of Safe Care (POSC)

Getting Real: Taking the First Steps Toward Recovery

From Judgment to Healing: The Impact of Stigma 

 

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Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): A Universal Tool for Pregnant Women

Presented from the perspective of a practicing OB/GYN physician interacting with a woman affected by substance use.  Includes recommendations for evidence-based screening tools. Focus is on increasing SBIRT for all pregnant women in order to increase the number of women who are identified and receive timely and appropriate treatment. Video length: 8 minutes 

Mothers & Babies to Services: Plans of Safe Care (POSC)

Presented from a nurse’s perspective, designed to help hospital teams understand the need for POSC for pregnant/postpartum women, and how to start the process for a POSC.  Includes guidance for motivational interviewing. Appropriate for physicians, nurses, social work, and other members of the team interacting with women in a hospital setting. 9 minutes. 

Getting Real: Taking the First Steps Toward Recovery

Written and presented by women in recovery, designed to help women choose to enter the recovery process. Discusses fears and barriers that prevent women from entering care, and tips for how to eliminate those barriers. Addresses the importance of support from the health care team in the recovery process. Appropriate for pregnant, post-partum, and parenting women with substance use disorder. About 3 minutes.

From Judgment to Healing: The Impact of Stigma

Designed to show how shifting the words we use can reduce stigma-related barriers to treatment and recovery.  The language and content were developed by women in recovery. Appropriate for all audiences, especially professionals caring for pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorders. About 2.5 minutes.