For Families

The IMPACT WV project is working to expand resources available to families to reduce disparities in health and well-being of children diagnosed with NAS, women who were, or are, using substances during preconception, prenatal, and postpartum periods, and their families. This page is intended to provide technical assistance and training to families in areas of importance identified by needs assessments.

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Raychal's Story - Overcoming Addiction While Pregnant

In this video, Raychal shares her story of learning of her pregnancy while using substances. She shares how having a support system of providers has helped to have a safe pregnancy and healthy son. Watch the video to hear how she candidly shares her experiences of barriers and victories.