The Journey Recovery Project is an interactive, online resource for pregnant and parenting women who have questions or concerns about opioid and other substance use. Journey focuses on stories of women with lived experience–offering information, hope, encouragement, and resources for every step of the perinatal journey. With videos, informational slideshows, resource links, and worksheets, Journey Recovery Project seeks to empower and inform women about opioid and other substance use and pregnancy. It is a great resource for moms, parenting groups, and addiction treatment settings.

Journey was created by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) in collaboration with Institute for Health and Recovery and Center for Social Innovation.

The Center for Social Innovation promotes best practices that improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable people. We focus on complex public health problems such as homelessness, trauma, mental health, and substance use disorders. Using state-of-the-art research, training, and technology, we help individuals, agencies, and communities deepen the impact of their work. Learn more about our work with BSAS on pregnancy and recovery.