Expectant Mothers In St. Louis Receive Help to Break Addiction
The opioid crisis in the St. Louis area is impacting expectant moms and their babies. Now they can receive help to break their addiction.
As reported by Fox 2 Now, mothers-to-be are seeking help to get off prescription pain pills, heroin, and other opioids at the Women and Infant Substance Help Center, better known as the Wish Center at SSM Health at St. Mary’s Hospital, in partnership with SLUCare.
Doctors wean pregnant women off drugs through behavioral and medical treatments, including methadone.
According to the clinic, 85-percent of patients test negative for illegal or unprescribed drugs at the time of delivery.
It’s just one indication the WISH Center is saving the lives of moms and their babies.
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To learn more about how mothers in St. Louis are receiving help to end their addiction, please visit Fox2Now.com.