Logo for: Substance Exposed Pregnancy Initiative of Connecticut

Working to Create the Best Outcomes

for infants born substance-exposed and their families

SEPI-CT works with both providers and families across Connecticut to bring awareness to substance exposure during pregnancy, and to ensure families have access to the treatment, recovery, and support resources they need.

What is a Family Care Plan?

For Professionals

Offer compassionate care to families and birthing people. We provide education on the legislation that impacts families touched by prenatal substance exposure, and resources that build your capacity to help.

For Individuals & Families

Being pregnant and struggling with substance use can feel overwhelming, but you are not alone. Find the support you need, and create a plan that documents and explains the resources you have in place.

What is a Family Care Plan?

For people who are pregnant and using substances, a family care plan helps them prepare for the arrival of their baby. This is a document that outlines all the services, strategies, and supports in place to meet the wellness needs of the birthing person and their family.

Create Your Plan
  1. Step 1
    Choose the method that’s most convenient for you
    Use the 211 website, download a template, or speak with your medical provider
  2. Step 2
    Select the resources and services you need
  3. Step 3
    Share your plan with your health care providers