Enid Watson, M.Div. is the Director of Screening and Early Identification at the Institute for Health and Recovery in Massachusetts. Ms. Watson has worked within health care settings to provide training on gender-specific, culturally relevant behavioral health screening; brief intervention protocols; and linkage resources (SBIRT). Ms. Watson has provided local and national trainings on issues related to pregnancy and substance use for over a decade. She is the Project Director of the recently completed A Helping Hand: Mother to Mother (AHH), a federally-funded demonstration project to enhance identification of and services for substance exposed newborns, their mother and families, and to build collaborations with child welfare and Early Intervention programs. Ms. Watson is also the Massachusetts Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders State Coordinator and a Recovery Coach Trainer.