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The Comprehensive Addiction in Pregnancy Program (CAPP) provides multidisciplinary care to women with a history of or current substance use during pregnancy and postpartum. 

The program includes prenatal care and a full complement of obstetric substance use treatment, sub-specialty pediatric follow up, care coordination, social services, peer recovery support and parenting education.

Partnering with expectant mothers to provide holistic, family-centered care in promotion of recovery and intact families, CAPP creates a safe and respectful environment where women can experience supportive, integrated care. Service offered include:

Services Offered

  • Prenatal and postpartum care
  • Pharmacotherapy for opioid dependency
  • Evaluation for substance use disorders including placement assesments
  • Linkage to substance use treatment services
  • Intensive case management
  • Peer recovery support

Partners

  • UAB Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • UAB Beacon Recovery
  • UAB Department of Psychiatry
  • Jefferson County Department of Human Resources
  • Jefferson County Family Court
  • Aletheia House
  • IMPACT Family Counseling

Information and Resources


CAPP Leadership

Brian Brocato, MD

Brian Brocato, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of OBGYN

Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
1700 6th Ave South
Women & Infants Center
Rm 10270
Birmingham, AL 35233
205.934.5611

Carolyn Webster, MD

Carolyn Webster, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of OBGYN

Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
1700 6th Ave South
Women & Infants Center
Rm 10270
Birmingham, AL 35233
205.934.5611

Brian Casey, MD

Brian Casey, MD
Vice Chair Obstetrics
Department of OBGYN

Director, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
1700 6th Ave South
Women & Infants Center
Rm 10270
Birmingham, AL 35233
205.934.5611

Suzanne Muir

Suzanne Muir
Associate Director
Department of Psychiatry and Neurobiology

530 Beacon Parkway West Birmingham, AL 35209 205.913.5887