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Substance Using Pregnant People (SUPP) Program
Individuals who are pregnant, covered through Washington Apple Health, and have a substance use history may be eligible to receive SUPP services provided by a SUPP provider.
The SUPP Program is an inpatient, up to 26-day, hospital-based program for adult or adolescent individuals who are:
- Have a medical need.
- Have a substance use history and are screened "at risk."
- Have a current ProviderOne Services Card (or have a pending application for one).
The purpose of the program is to:
- Reduce harm to a birthing parent and their unborn baby who need medical stabilization for complications often present in substance-dependent pregnant individuals.
- Provide all of the following services in a hospital setting to improve the health of the pregnant individual and the unborn baby:
- Immediate access to care.
- Withdrawal management.
- Medical stabilization and treatment.
- Substance use disorder treatment.
If you or someone you know is pregnant and in need of SUPP services, call an approved SUPP provider.
17880 147th Street SE
Monroe, WA 98272
Grays Harbor Community Hospital
1006 North H Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Good Samaritan Hospital
401 15th Avenue SE
Puyallup, WA 98372
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
916 Pacific Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Ballard Community Hospital
5300 Tallman Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107