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Support and Resources for Expecting Mothers

Pregnancy can be a joyous time, but it can also be stressful for women with concerns about substance use, prescription medications, chronic pain issues, or psychiatric needs.

St. Luke’s SUPPORT program (Substance Use, Pain, Psychiatric, and Obstetrical Resource Team) brings together a physician and a care coordinator who collaborate to offer customized resources and care for women who may need additional services beyond typical obstetric care. We offer medication-assisted therapy, referrals, review and recommendations of medications, consultations for substance use, and assistance in pain management coordination.

Our team is based in the Treasure Valley, but we are happy to connect you to appropriate resources closer to home, if needed.

How can I contact the SUPPORT program?

Our program is offered as part of St. Luke's Clinic – Maternal Fetal Medicine in Boise and Nampa. No referral is necessary. Please call us at (208) 381-3088.

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  • Maternal Fetal Medicine

    Biography

    Stacy Seyb, MD provides medical care for a broad range of conditions encountered in pregnancy, such as twins, triplets, or more; diabetes; premature labor; and other problems occurring in pregnancy, including previous adverse outcomes. He has also participated in research regarding preterm birth and induction of labor. 

    As part of St. Luke's SUPPORT program for pregnant women, Dr. Seyb provides referrals and consultation for issues with substance abuse, prescription medications, chronic pain, and psychiatric concerns. He has a special interest in public health issues, such as preterm birth and maternal mortality, and is passionate about empowering patients to make informed choices.


    Availability

    Accepting new patients