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Partnership for Drug-Free KidsDownload a new guide developed by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids that is designed for women who are pregnant and misusing or addicted to opioids. Pregnancy & Opioids provides information about prenatal care, treatment, delivery, newborn health, breastfeeding, social supports and what to expect after delivery. Visit the BDAS Pregnant Women with SUDs page for information about New Hampshire providers specializing in this care.


The Prenatal Program provides funding to 12 community health agencies to provide prenatal care to low income, uninsured and underinsured pregnant women.

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Prenatal services include:Baby Hand

  • Prenatal and postpartum visits
  • Voluntary HIV testing
  • Health education
  • Nutrition services
  • Social services
  • Smoking cessation counseling, and
  • Home visiting

Prenatal agencies provide a variety of supportive services to families, which may include, but are not limited to:

  • Transportation
  • Translation services
  • Outreach
  • Health education
  • Case management services, and
  • Pre-certification for Medicaid eligibility.

New Hampshire supports prenatal care in community based agencies Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol throughout the state for families with incomes at or below 185% of poverty.

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