Examining barriers to harm reduction and child welfare services for pregnant women and mothers who use substances using a stigma action framework

Lindsay Wolfson MPH | Rose A. Schmidt MPH | Julie Stinson MA | Nancy Poole PhD AbstractPregnant women and mothers who use substances often face significant barriers

Prevention Campaigns Around The World: NOFAS Stamp Out Stigma Campaign

Join the NOFAS Stamp Out Stigma Campaign! Join NOFAS and the NOFAS Circle of Hope to stop the stigma of birth mothers of children with

New Book, Mothers, Addiction and Recovery: Finding Meaning Through the Journey

This anthology is a collection of personal accounts, research, treatment approaches and policy commentary exploring women’s experiences of mothering in the context of addiction. Individual

Mothers’ Mental Health Toolkit: A Resource For The Community

A mother’s mental health is critical to the physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing of herself and her children. The adjustment to mothering is always a

Opioid-affected babies should be kept with moms, say doctors

By Lynn Desjardins | english@rcinet.ca The Canadian Paediatric Society has issued new guidelines for the health care of babies born suffering from exposure to their

New psychology study finds adverse childhood experiences transfer from one generation to the next

University of Calgary researcher Sheri Madigan explores ‘cascade of risks’ for mothers and infants By Heath McCoy, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary University of

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