Jenna's Project: Supporting Women's Re-entry to Society from Prison and Re-connection with Children
Jenna’s Project supports women with opioid use disorder who are leaving prison with the aim of helping them avoid overdose and improve their financial stability and independence. The program will introduce women to a treatment and recovery program prior to release and connect them with support and treatment resources for six months to increase their chances for success.
- Grantee Spotlight: Helping Women Recover and Thrive as Mothers, Q&A with Hendrée Jones, Ph.D. (FORE)
- Policy Brief: Integrating Obstetrical and Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum People in Prisons (FORE)
- Issue Brief: Closing Gaps in the Continuum of Treatment and Support Services for Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder (FORE)
- Webinar: Supporting the Care of Mother-Child Dyad in Substance Use Disorder Treatment (FORE)
- Webinar: Caring for Pregnant and Parenting Women with OUD During the COVID-19 Pandemic (FORE)
- University of North Carolina Horizons Program