The SUDA Institute:

Supporting Safe, Healthy, and Happy Families Through Community Collaboration

Collaborative Partnerships

The Suda Institute establishes collaborative partnerships with healthcare providers, social support, and community organizations.

Coordinated Care and Comprehensive Services

The Suda Institute facilitates monthly care coordination meetings to ensure whole-person care for mothers and their families.

Expertise in Perinatal Substance Use and Behavioral Health

The Suda Institute aligns with and seeks out professional experts to help guide and support community action plans.

Why Our Services Matter

The SUDA Institute breaks down systematic barriers by building multi-sector collaborative systems of care. These clinical community linkages support the health, safety, well-being, and recovery of pregnant mothers with SUD, their infants, and their families. Our services form a community-based safety net, addressing immediate challenges and promoting long-term well-being by partnering with diverse organizations. By offering comprehensive support tailored to unique needs, the SUDA Institute ensures recovery, healing, and family stability. These services not only serve as a lifeline to mothers in crisis but also represent a beacon of hope, guiding them toward a brighter future and stronger family bonds.

Support for Medication-Assisted Treatment

Working closely with treatment providers, The SUDA Institute advocates for increased Medication-Assisted Treatment options for pregnant and parenting mothers with a substance use disorder.

Family-Centric Community Services

SUDA connects with community agencies, emphasizing family-centric services to ensure well-rounded support.

Navigating Legal Challenges

Legal consultants collaborate with the Suda Institute to help mothers navigate legal complexities, ensuring their rights and well-being.

Empowering Mothers Through the SUN Project

The Substance Use Network (SUN) Project, supported by The SUDA Institute, is a beacon of hope for mothers battling Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and their babies. In collaboration with the SUN Clinic at the Cabarrus Health Alliance, the SUN Project provides a lifeline, offering a comprehensive support system for recovery, healing, and family restoration.Through a holistic approach, the SUN Project and the Suda Institute offers evidence-based treatment, counseling, and peer support tailored to the unique challenges faced by mothers dealing with SUD and their babies. Addressing critical social determinants, such as housing and employment, paves the way for long-term stability.

By focusing on both maternal recovery and the well-being of their infants, the SUN Project and SUDA empower these moms to break free from the cycle of addiction, fostering healthier futures for themselves and their children. Your support ensures that this transformative work continues, shining a light on the path to recovery and renewal for these brave mothers and their babies.