Become a MAiN Partner
Join Our Network
The Managing Abstinence in Newborns (MAiN) model of care provides early pharmacologic therapy to otherwise healthy newborns at highest risk for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). The MAiN model incorporates a multidisciplinary, coordinated, and family-centered approach that facilitates collaboration among those caring for opioid-dependent mothers and their newborns.
The MAiN Program Administrators, with support from the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, will partner with 10 birthing hospitals across SC over the next four years to implement the MAiN model at their facilities.
Phases of Partnership
Partner Hospitals Will Receive:
Access to online training tools and resources
Remote support during model implementation
Funding to offset implementation costs
Partner Hospitals Agree To:
Dedicate adequate staff time and resources necessary to implement the model
Provide timely, accurate, case-specific data to the program administrators
Ideal Partner Hospital Profile:
Level II-IV designations
High delivery rates (~500/year)
High case rates of NAS babies and/or mothers on opioid replacement therapy