Trusted resources for partners, community organizations and healthcare providers who would like to have information about alcohol and marijuana use during pregnancy are available below.
What You Need to Know About Marijuana Use and Pregnancy Fact Sheet – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [PDF, 228 KB]
A fact sheet about marijuana use and pregnancy features statistics from the United States. A web-page version is also available.
Marijuana and Pregnancy Frequently Asked Questions – The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Frequently Asked Questions about marijuana use summarized from the perspective of individuals.
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
This website has friendly facts and support without stigma on alcohol use during pregnancy and fetal alcohol syndrome.
NH Home Visiting
Support During & After Pregnancy. NH Home Visiting Programs are free, convenient, voluntary and flexible.
March of Dimes
The March of Dimes has information on baby growth and development as well as health information for women on the use of many substances during pregnancy.
Alcohol Use in Pregnancy Fact Sheet – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [PDF, 452 KB]
A fact sheet about drinking alcohol and pregnancy features statistics from the United States.
Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Efforts – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A summary of the CDC’s efforts related to alcohol screening and brief intervention among pregnant patients. This resource includes implementation guides for providers.
Partnership to End Addiction (formerly Partnership for Drug Free Kids)
A website to help families and professionals find important resources to help their loved ones and communities struggling with the challenges of addiction. Call, email or text a helpline specialist for free and confidential specialists for personalized support and coaching or technical assistance to create a course of action.
You are not alone. You are never far from help. The Doorway connects you to help and services in NH for substance use.