Women Specific AODA Treatment Resources


My Baby & Me

A program of the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation that helps women stop or significantly reduce their alcohol use during pregnancy.

Wisconsin Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Project

This is a program at the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Family Medicine,  that provides training and consultation on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, clinical assessment of women and children at risk, and support to professionals working in the field.

SAMHSA Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Center for Excellence

This is a federal initiative devoted to prevention and treating fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.

Other Drugs

Wisconsin Alliance for Drug Endangered Children

This organization exists to make a difference in the lives of children who are in dnager because their parents or caregivers are using, dealing or manufacturing drugs.

Wisconsin Tobacco Quitline

A free hotline (1-800-QUIT-NOW) available 24 hours a day, 7 days week for smokers who want help quitting.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Urban/Rural Women's AODA Treatment Project

An overview of this statewide program that serves adult women in need of AODA treatment who are also involved in at least one other formal service system.

Wisconsin AODA Treatment Standards

An overview of the vision, values, and philosophy guiding the care for women in alcohol and other drug treatment programs.

Wisconsin Women's Education Network

A program of UW-Madison Continuing Studies, WWEN provides information, training, support, and advocacy regarding women's issues of addiction, prevention, and recovery.



P-00405 Pregnant Women & Substance Abuse Poster - English
P-00405S Pregnant Women & Substance Abuse Poster - Spanish
P-00405H Pregnant Women & Substance Abuse Poster - Hmong

P-00405A Pregnant Women & Alcohol Abuse Poster - English
P-00405AS Pregnant Women & Alcohol Abuse Poster - Spanish
P-00405AH Pregnant Women & Alcohol Abuse Poster - Hmong

P-20465 Healthy Babies Brochure - English
P-20465S Healthy Babies Brochure - Spanish

Last Revised: February 27, 2015