The rehab centre for mums and babies
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The rehab centre for mums and babies

Three babies on average are born addicted to drugs in England every day because of their mother's habit, according to new NHS figures.

Trevi House in Plymouth offers a mother and baby drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme.

But the treatment is expensive and despite a high success rate, many social services departments can no longer afford it.

BBC News spoke to residents at Trevi House to hear the effect it was having on their lives.

  • 25 Nov 2016