NH Perinatal Substance Exposure Collaborative
Meetings are attended by a multidisciplinary group including perinatal and substance use disorder professionals, state agency representatives, public health professionals, Managed Care Organization representatives, and other key partners.
Technical assistance is provided by JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc., with financial support from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
Quarterly Meeting Schedule
- Wednesday, December 8, 2022 ⋅ 2:30 – 4:00pm
- Wednesday, March 22, 2023 ⋅ 2:30 – 4:30 pm
- Wednesday, June 21, 2023 ⋅ 2:30 – 4:30 pm
- Wednesday, September 20, 2023 ⋅ 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Please contact the Center for Excellence on Addiction for meeting information. All meetings are hosted virtually via Zoom.
Missed a meeting? You can catch up on our previous quarterly meetings and watch the recordings and review meeting materials.
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Per federal1 and state requirements to support infants, pregnant/parenting people, and their families, a Plan of Safe Care must be developed for all infants affected by prenatal drug or fetal alcohol exposure. A Plan of Safe Care is a critical tool – not only for every infant born exposed to prenatal substance exposure, but for all pregnant/parenting people and their infants. Developed collaboratively with the pregnant/parenting person, a Plan of Safe Care coordinates existing supports and referrals to new services to help infants and families stay supported and connected when they leave the hospital.
 2016 Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, amending the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act NH RSA 132 – 10-e and 10-f.
- POSC 2020 Flow Chart
- POSC Provider Letter
- POSC Template (English version) – MS Word Format | PDF Format | Designed Format
- POSC Template (Spanish version) – MS Word Format | PDF Format | Designed Format
- POSC Guidance Document
- POSC Questions & Answers
- POSC 101 Webinar – Recording and Slides
- POSC Legal Primer
- POSC Patient Brochure (English version) – MS Word Format | PDF Format
- POSC Patient Brochure (Spanish version) – MS Word Format | PDF Format
- POSC Implementation Checklist
- Implementing POSC Referrals – Lessons from DHHS Substance-Exposed Infant Referrals Pilot
- POSC Referrals Implementation Toolkit
- Template: How To Guide – POSC Referrals to Family Home Visiting
- POSC – A Review of Innovative Tools and Strategies
- HFA Family Home Visiting Catchment Areas
- Factsheet About Perinatal Substance Exposure
- Family Resource Centers & Parent Child Centers – Information for Providers
- Family Resource Centers & Parent Child Centers – Information for Families
- Pregnant & Parenting Services and Supports – List & Map
- Pregnant/Parenting Managed Care Benefits
- Perinatal Substance Use Disorder Projects/Programs
- Perinatal SBIRT Playbook
- Resource Guide for Consumers – How to Access Mental Health & SUD Benefits
- Care Coordination Brief
- National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Questions about Plans of Safe Care? Please submit a request for technical assistance.
Best Practices for Caring for Infants and Families Affected by Perinatal Substance Use
Developing Plans of Safe Care & Supportive Care for High-Risk Families in NH
Plans of Safe Care Through an Implementation Lens
Community Partners for POSC Development: Recording
Doula & Perinatal Community Health Worker in Medicaid Learning Series – Institute for Medicaid Intervention
- Session 1 – High-Value, Equitable, & Evidence-Based/Community-Based Perinatal Support
- Session 2 – Program & Training Models for Community-Based Perinatal Support
- Session 3 – Contracting, Credentialing and Payment Mechanisms in Medicaid
- Session 4 – State-Level Highlights of Implementation
- Session 5 – Capturing Value & Demonstrating Impact in Medicaid
Optimizing Care for Mothers & Babies Affected by Prenatal Substance Exposure: Summit to Address Plans of Safe Care in New Hampshire
*Presentation Slides (slides may be adapted but must acknowledge presenter name and institution)
- Perinatal Substance Use: Motivating Recovery – Davida Schiff, MD, MSc, Massachusetts General Hospital – HOPE Clinic
- Overview of NH Statistics & Data Collection Efforts – David Laflamme, PHD, MPH, NH DHHS, Division of Public Health Services Maternal & Child Health, UNH School of Law /Institute for Health Policy & Practice
- POSC: A Patient-Centered and Multi-Disciplinary Tool for Healthy Outcomes – Lucy Hodder, JD, UNH School of Law /Institute for Health Policy & Practice
Case Scenario Materials