Free Supportive and confidential services for women, infants and families struggling with the effects of substance use
Free Support Services
Help mothers and all caregivers get immediate access to necessary services and resources to stabilize families and create long term wellness goals
Wide range of assistance includes help obtaining documents, employment, or re-establishing benefits
Transportation provided with goals and support for independent transportation strategies
Frequent and direct follow-up along with guidance and high levels of direct support to help families succeed
Incentives such as gift cards and infant care items to meet POSC goals
POSC Pregnancy Support
Pregnant women beginning at any stage of pregnancy, who are using illicit substances or struggling to maintain recovery /treatment. Supportive services continue for 6 weeks after giving birth, with a minimum of two weekly home visits during the postnatal period.
SAI infant and family Support
Any infant born affected by prenatal substance exposure qualifies for the program until 12 months of age. Services also provided to parents, caregivers, and siblings. Services help families meet the unique needs of infants with NAS to promote safe care and bonding.
Women's Support Group
Monthly support group for pregnant women and new mother's who are struggling with addiction and recovery.
Social Support focusing on empowerment, harm reduction, health and well-being
Free Childcare so that members can fully engage in group
Transportation assistance available
Free use of YMCA facility after group
Safe, nonjudgmental space
Meetings held 3rd Thursday every month at the Uniontown YMCA, 1 YMCA Drive, Uniontown, PA 15401.