Get Help

If you are pregnant, or thinking about getting pregnant, it is never too late to get help for you and your baby. There are many resources in Nevada for pregnant women dealing with substance use, including low cost and free programs.

If you are using, it is important that you do not quit cold turkey, as it could harm you and your baby. Instead, call 211 or talk with your medical provider to get the right help for you. You can also find a treatment center near you here.

If you are pregnant and seek help, you will be considered a top priority at all Nevada treatment centers, meaning you should not be put on a waiting list.

If you need help, call 211 to find help in your community, or explore Nevada law  for additional information.

 

Here’s How to Find Help Right Now

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Find a Treatment Center

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Tell them you are pregnant and you need help now.

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If you are refused immediate treatment, call.

800-273-8255