Can social relationships help with opioid addiction and recovery during and after Pregnancy?

Researchers at the University of Arizona are looking for individuals who are pregnant or recently had a baby to complete a survey about opioid addiction and social connection. Complete our survey today.

Fast Facts

Pregnant or recently had a baby

history of opioid addiction

18 Years and Older

Fully remote and anonymous survey

Study Background

Our researchers invite you to join the Social connectedness to Overcome Addiction and maintain Recovery during postpartum (SOAR) Study. The purpose of this study is to explore how social connection may be involved in opioid addiction, also called opioid use disorder, during the time before and after you have a baby.

Participation involves taking a 20-minute survey. Some participants will be invited to other research opportunities. All participants will be entered into a raffle to win one of five iPads.

Your participation may help researchers improve treatment approaches for opioid use disorder. Further research today and join our study!

Additional Information

The purpose of this study is to learn about how we can help and support women with opioid addiction and recovery before and after they have a baby.

You may qualify for this study if you meet the following criteria.

Key Criteria:

  • Pregnant or recently had a baby
  • History of opioid addiction or have misused opioids (such as using more than directed or using someone else’s prescription)
  • 18+ years old
  • Fluent in English
  • Live in the continental United States
  • Willing and able to provide informed consent
  • Able to complete an online survey

All participants will complete a 20 minute survey. Some will be invited to participate in other research opportunities.

Those who complete the survey may enter a raffle to win one of five iPads.

There is no cost for you to participate in the study.