Community Alcohol and Drug Services - Pregnancy & Parental Service
Assisting pregnant women and parents of children under 3 years of age
We aim to improve the life outcomes for unborn babies and children under the age of 3 by working with pregnant women and parents with issues around alcohol and drugs.
Our team includes nurses, psychiatrists, psychologist, social workers and peer support workers.
- Work on your behalf to reduce judgement and stigma you might experience from other services
- Help you access antenatal care, parenting support, community and health services
- Work with you to identify and achieve goals to improve outcomes for your children
- Work with whanau and friends in a way that will support you
- Co-ordinate services to work together so your needs are best met
- Provide education on the effects of alcohol and other drug use during pregnancy and in relation to parenting
We accept referrals from other services or you can call us on 845-1818
Service for pregnant women and/or parents with children under three who have alcohol and drug issues and are poorly connected to health and social services.
Advocacy/Peer Support, Aftercare, Assessment, Individual Counselling, Other, Support Groups, Whanau / Family Group
Family/Whanau/Significant Other, Generic Adult, Generic Youth
Not Catered For
Women who are not pregnant and/or parents of a child under 3 years of age.
Auckland, Counties-Manukau, Waitemata
Self, GP, Assessment Agency, Other Agency, Helpline
Assertive outreach, strengths-based interventions, biopsychosocial interventions, harm reduction strategies, family based interventions, reducing family violence interventions, and psychological interventions.