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The UAB Comprehensive Addiction in Pregnancy Program (CAPP) was established by the UAB division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine in 2017 with a grant from the University of Alabama Health Services Foundation General Endowment Fund. CAPP provides an environment in which women suffering substance use disorders during pregnancy and postpartum can experience recovery through comprehensive, peer supported, multi-disciplinary care. CAPP’s group prenatal care area provides a full complement of obstetric addiction therapy including opioid replacement therapy, sub specialty pediatric follow up, care coordination, social services, peer recovery support, and in-home parenting education.

Services Offered:

  • Evaluation for addiction including level of care assessments
  • Pharmacotherapy for opiate dependence
  • Intensive outpatient program for addiction
  • Obstetric consultation
  • Group prenatal care (total care only)
  • Telemedicine consultations at Alabama Department of Public Health locations (coming soon)

Partners:

  • UAB Obstetrical Complications Clinic
  • Beacon Addiction Treatment Center
  • UAB Department of Psychiatry
  • DHR
  • Family Court
  • Aletheia House
  • IMPACT Family Counseling
Lorie Harper
Lorie Harper, MD Director
Associate Professor,
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Division