Chemical-Using Pregnant Women

Find information about the Chemical-Using Pregnant (CUP) Women Program.

Chemical-Using Pregnant (CUP) Women Program

Women who are pregnant, covered through Washington Apple Health, and have a substance abuse history may be eligible to receive CUP Women services provided by a CUP Women provider.

The CUP Women Program is an inpatient, up to 26-day, hospital-based program for adult or adolescent women who are:

  • Pregnant.
  • Have a medical need.
  • Have a substance abuse history and are screened "at risk."
  • Have a current ProviderOne Services Card (or have a pending application for one).

The purpose of the CUP Women program is to:

  • Reduce harm to a mother and her unborn baby who need medical stabilization for complications often present in chemically-dependent pregnant women.
  • Provide all of the following services in a hospital setting to improve the health of the woman and the unborn baby:
    • Immediate access to care.
    • Medical detoxification and stabilization.
    • Medical treatment.
    • Chemical dependency treatment and referral.

CUP Women providers

HarborCrest Behavioral Health

Grays Harbor Community Hospital
1006 North H Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Phone: 360-537-6258

Providence Recovery Program

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
916 Pacific Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: 425-258-7390

Swedish Medical Center

Ballard Community Hospital
5300 Tallman Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107
Phone: 206-781-6048

EvergreenHealth Monroe Recovery Center

17880 147th Street SE
Monroe, WA 98272
Phone: 360-794-1405