Maternal Wraparound Program
The Maternal Wraparound Program is funded by the NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Department of Children and Families. MWRAP is designed to help pregnant women struggling with opioid addiction to engage on a road to recovery and to work towards a healthy pregnancy and birth. MWRAP offers case management, care coordination for pre- and post-natal health care, and ongoing peer support and treatment for substance use reduction or abstinence. The program also provides support to keep mothers and children together and build healthy parent-child relationships.
Case managers at Eva’s Village provide ongoing, comprehensive plans for each client, linking them to services in Bergen and Passaic Counties during their pregnancies and through the first year after childbirth. In addition, Eva’s Recovery Specialists offer assistance with recovery support services, helping these women achieve successful, long-term outcomes.