South-Eastern Virginia Family Project
2351 Terminal Avenue
Newport News, Virginia 23607
(757)245-1070

 

The Hampton Newport News Community Services Board is pleased to announce the opening of a comprehensive residential and day treatment program for pregnant women who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. The program has been designed to Promote a range of intensive substance abuse treatment services developed specifically for pregnant and parenting women.

Pregnant Women and their children or newborns who are in need of substance abuse treatment services in a stable, secure and healthy environment may remain together in this  residential setting throughout their treatment stay. An Intensive Day Treatment program is also available for pregnant women and their children who are in need of less restrictive services.

SEFP is licensed by the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation Service and is approved for Medicaid reimbursement. All services are provided without regard for Race, Creed, Color, Religion, Political Affiliation or Nation Origin.

Services Are provided by an array of licensed health and behavioral health care professionals including physicians, nurses, case managers and therapists.

The Program is located at the Capo' Center For Women in Newport News, Virginia.

 

History of the South Eastern Family Project:

SEFP was established in September 2000 following an award of $500,000 from the Virginia Dept. Of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services to H-NNCSB to support perinatal substance abuse treatment for pregnant women affected with substance abuse. The Program was established to serve women and children who resided in Hampton, Newport News, Mid Peninsula Northern Neck, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and the WIlliamsburg area.

Residential services were originally provided through a purchase of service contract with Serenity House, Inc. located in Newport News, Virginia. In 2001, SEFP was moved to the Capo' Center for Women on Terminal Blvd. It is now directly operated by the H-NNCSB. The facility can accommodate 16 women.

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