The SHE program provides comprehensive maternal health services for pregnant women recovering from substance use.

SHE is designed to help you and your baby as you work toward a path to recovery. Services are designed to help substance exposed infants and mothers. SHE can help you create a healthy future for yourself and your baby.

SHE breaks down the barriers you face as a pregnant woman in recovery. Services are designed to help substance exposed infants and mothers, and SHE can help you and your baby to follow a path to a healthy lifestyle. Through partnerships across all systems, SHE provides connections to resources to support maternal health for both mom and baby. Partnerships include: hospital networks, medical providers, medical and legal teams, Maternal Child Health Consortium affiliates, residential treatment providers, sober housing, and emergency and long term housing providers.

Services include:

  • intensive case management
  • prenatal care
  • postpartum and other medical needs
  • recovery support services
  • mental health and wellness
  • workforce development
  • financial supports
  • domestic violence concerns
  • transportation to appointments
  • legal services
  • safe housing/sober housing
  • food, nutrition, WIC
  • delivery plan
  • doula services
  • infant care
  • parenting classes

Trauma informed therapists will help you with mental health, trauma, substance use and interest in MAT assessments. MAT is provided under the psychiatrist and/or APN/Nurse Manager.

If you are18+ and pregnant or up to 16 weeks postpartum and actively using or in recovery from substance use, call today to connect to services to help you and your baby. 

Contact Information 

Phone: 908.689.1000 x345
Address: 492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882

Referral Information 

SHE is an open referral program for pregnant women and new moms (up to 16 weeks postpartum) age 18+ in Hunterdon, Morris and Sussex, and Warren. Counties. Referrals are accepted from all partners and organizations. Self referrals are accepted. 


New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)