Perinatal Care Network

PERINATAL CARE NETWORK

About the Program

The Perinatal Care Network (PCN) of Inland Behavioral and Health Services, Inc. provides an effective, affordable and confidential Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program for mothers and their children who are born addicted to or affected by drug use. The Perinatal Care Network is a State-Certified Drug Treatment Program.

The Goal

Providing rehabilitative services which will empower women to adopt a healthy, drug-free lifestyle and assist mother to develop effective parenting and coping skills.

Services

The Perinatal Care Network (PCN) Program provides a caring environment in which clients and their children are guided to health and recovery.

The Program Consists of:

♦ Intensive Substance Abuse Counseling and Education for mothers at 4 days a week for a minimum of 26 weeks

♦ Group and Individual Therapy

♦ Health, Nutrition, and Parenting Education

♦ One-on-One Parenting Training/Monitoring of Mother-Child Interactions; possible visitation at the program for children who have CFS Family Reunification Plans

♦ Comprehensive Case Management Services

♦ Random drug screening to monitor and track recovery from substance use/abuse

♦ Referrals to community resources, including a woman’s NA meeting on site

♦ Collateral Service for significant others, as needed

♦ Free and developmentally-oriented childcare for children under 5 years old (up to two children per client); developmental screenings for children under 5 years old

♦ Transportation provided up to the first 4-months, with possible option to extend

♦ GED preparation and vocational skill building

Who is Eligible?

♦ Women who are pregnant and/or women who are parenting children (up to age 10 years old) who were substance-exposed and/or drug effected.

♦ Women who want substance abuse treatment and have children who are at risk, including children who have CFS Family Reunification Service Plans

♦ Women who are parenting with impaired ability to care for their children, between the ages of 0-10, due to substance abuse.

♦ Women who are referred by DPSS, CFS (CPS), GAIN CalWORKS, Community Clinics/Agencies, Hospitals, and/or who are self-referred