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For Family Support Providers

Community-based organizations and non-profit human services agencies play a vital role in the health and well-being of a community. Family support providers, community health workers, home visitors and so many others are advocates for important issues related to the availability and accessibility of resources to address and meet the unique needs of the communities they serve. This page can be used to refer a client to the Pregnancy Promise Program and to access training and professional development resources specific to serving this population.

Make a Referral to the Pregnancy Promise Program

Click here to refer to the Pregnancy Promise Program

Request contact information for a Pregnancy Promise Program case manager, please email pregnancypromise@fssa.in.gov.


Pregnancy Promise Program poster and handout

If you would like to help promote the Pregnancy Promise Program please consider downloading and printing the poster and handout available by clicking here.


Family support provider professional development resources  

Professional development resources for care of pregnant individuals and infants impacted by opioid use disorder

  1. Indiana University Project ECHO:
  2. Indiana Perinatal Quality Improvement Collaborative, Perinatal Substance Use Practice Bundle
  3. HHS Health Resources and Services Administration caring for individuals with opioid use disorder: A Toolkit for Organization Leaders and Providers 
  4. Indiana Maternal Mortality Review Committee Annual Report (December 2020)
  5. SAMHSA Toolkit Clinical Guidance for Treating and Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder and their Infants
  6. IDOH My Healthy Baby

Please contact the Pregnancy Promise Program with any questions or for more information:

Email PregnancyPromise@fssa.in.gov or call 888-467-2717 or 317-234-5336

This website is supported by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $5,211,309 with 100 percent funded by CMS/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by CMS/HHS, or the U.S. Government