A Special Therapeutic Recovery Program for Pregnant and Parenting Women and Children

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Addiction to alcohol and other drugs is a progressive, but treatable disease.

Ujima East Outpatient Treatment Program offers evidence based specialized services to promote recovery from drug and alcohol abuse for pregnant, postpartum and parenting women with young children. We respond to the unique needs of families devastated by addiction.

The Program located in Pittsburg serves women from Contra Costa County. In this setting, we offer a warm family atmosphere where the recovering woman can begin to learn how to live in and alcohol and drug free environment.

Our community-based program helps women explore their alternatives in recovery, and take responsibility for their own lives. We also offer them the opportunity for personal recovery while continuing to care for their children.


  • Outpatient alcohol and drug recovery program
  • Alcohol and Drug Recovery Education
  • Individual, group and family counseling
  • Pregnancy support
  • Parenting education
  • Child care and child development services
  • Life skills education
  • Domestic Violence education
  • 12 Step support
  • Relapse prevention education
  • Family reunification support
  • Case coordination services
  • Alumnae activities


Services are provided for pregnant and parenting women between the ages of 18 and 64 and their children ages of 0 to 5, on a nondiscriminatory basis with an equal opportunity for those requesting admission regardless of ability to pay. We do not discriminate because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, or national origins, providing eligibility requirements are met.

Pre-admission interviews are required. The admission of children is determined on an individual basis for each mother and for each child.

Upon admission an assessment is made of the individual needs of each participant. The maximum length of stay is 180 days. The maximum length of stay will vary with the individual as she progresses through the phases of recovery.