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For Pregnant Individuals

The goal of the Pregnancy Promise Program is for parents and babies to be healthy and together.

Individuals who participate in the Pregnancy Promise Program will receive free, confidential support and will be assigned a Pregnancy Promise Program case manager.  Case managers will support the pregnant individual before, during and for a year after the end of the pregnancy. Pregnancy Promise Program case managers ensure parents and infants are connected with resources such as health care, food, housing, parenting education (and more) to be healthy and well.

The Indiana Pregnancy Promise Program recognizes the best support for pregnant parents and families requires teamwork. Pregnancy Promise Program case managers will support families by coordinating care between, primary care physicians, OB/Gyn providers, mental health providers, OUD treatment providers, pediatricians and certified peer recovery specialists, as well as other community-based programs and professionals important to each family.

By connecting pregnant individuals with health care, mental health care and treatment as early as possible, the Pregnancy Promise Program aims to reduce and prevent the negative impacts OUD have on the parent and child.

Am I eligible for the Pregnancy Promise Program?

The Indiana Pregnancy Promise Program is a free, voluntary program for individuals who meet the following criteria:

  • Pregnant or within the 90 days of the end of pregnancy
  • Identify as having current or previous opioid use
  • Eligible for or receive Medicaid health coverage

How do I enroll?

Click here to enroll in the Pregnancy Promise Program

Request contact information for a Pregnancy Promise Program case manager, please email

Stories of Hope. Recovery is Possible.

Many individuals are experiencing recovery and are excited to tell their stories of success. Here are stories of hope from people who have found help through programs like the Pregnancy Promise Program.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Email or call 888-467-2717 or 317-234-5336

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