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1 Examining Local Information on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Cindy D. Phillips, MSN, RN Lisa Tipton, Executive Director – Families Free

2 WOVEN Pilot Grant  Tennessee Department of Health Funding  February 1, 2014 – January 31, 2014  18 Service Reporting Indicators

3 Qualitative Assistance Needed  How do we define “health care needs”?  How do we define “mental health needs”?  Qualitative monthly survey to tease out some qualifiers

4 What Do We Know About These Babies?  Observation needed to be quantified  What information gives a good snapshot?  Design new release of information  Indicators to give broad and specific information  What new information is emerging?

5 What State Benefits Should Be Included in Assessing Cost?  HUGS – Help Us Grow Successfully  TEIS – TN Early Intervention Services  EBT  TennCare  Section 8  WIC

6 What is the Actual Cost of NAS to Tennessee?

7 Holistic Approach to Treating Women with Substance Abuse Substance Abuse Treatment Case Management Mental Health Families Free is a licensed mental health facility as well as a licensed alcohol and drug treatment center.

8 WOVEN SERVICE REPORTING INDICATORS % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO ARE CHEMICALLY FREE % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILD % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE FORMLZIED VISITATION AVG % OF TASKS COMPLETED ON SERVICE PLAN % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED A HEALTH SCREEN % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE COMPELTED REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH APPT % OF PARTICIPANTS WHOSE CHILDREN HAVE REC’D PEDIATRIC CHECKUP % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE SAFE HOUSING % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE DEVELOPED A BUDGET % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPELTE PROGRAM % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO BECOME PREGNANT DURING PROJECT PERIOD % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO GIVE BIRTH TO ANOTHER NAS BABY % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY USING CONTRACEPTION % OF PARTICIPANTS WHO ARE USING LARC (LONG ACTING REVERSABLE CONT.)

9 Concerns and Obstacles  NAS births from moms with prescribed medications  Bonding issues with mother & infant  Concoction of prescribed medications for mother  Limited community and natural family support for rural areas.  Coordinated services to address issues that will support positive change.


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