If you're pregnant and using, there's always a safe place to get help. In Nevada, pregnant women receive priority admission at state-funded substance use treatment centers. Explore this website or call 800-450-9530 to get help for you and your baby.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Women, friends, family members, and even health care professionals often have questions about substance use during pregnancy.

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    Treatment Center

  • There are treatment centers and programs all over Nevada. These programs are ready and able to help. Contact a treatment center or program to start getting help.

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  • Call

  • If you’re not sure what type of help you need, call the Crisis Call Center.  We’ll help you find the treatment center or program that’s right for you.

  • 800-450-9530

Our Mission

Nevada's Maternal & Child Health program and Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Agency (SAPTA) are here to help pregnant women struggling with alcohol and drug use. If you are pregnant and using, you will be considered top priority at any treatment center in Nevada.

Here’s How to Find Help Right Now


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Tell them you are pregnant and you need help now.


If you are refused immediate treatment, call.