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Deena Cohen, MPA, CADC, CTTS, WTS, is the Business Development and Subject Matter Expert for Maternal Child Health and Substance Use Disorders and has worked for GoMo Health since January of 2021. In her role at GoMo Health, she ensures the programs related to maternal child health and substance use disorders are evidence based and current. She also works with the sales team, expanding GoMo’s role in the world, lending her expertise and knowledge with the client’s that they work with.

Deena’s prior roles were as a Perinatal Risk Reduction Specialist and then Project Director, Perinatal Opioid Addictions at the Central Jersey Family Health Consortium since 2010. Prior to that, she worked for Preferred Behavioral Health of NJ, overseeing a women’s treatment program and a Prevention Specialist at the RWJBarnabas Institute for Prevention and Recovery. All of these positions involved clinical treatment, education, and program development responsibilities.

Deena was a frequent presenter for Grand Rounds in many hospital settings in the State of New Jersey, Drug Court of Monmouth County, New Jersey Prevention Network Conference, AWOHNN-Association of Women’s Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses.

Deena earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Stockton University and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist, Women’s Treatment Specialist and Fetal Alcohol Disorder Educator.

Deena was a HUB Team Specialist, Substance Use Disorder Specialist on Rutgers’s University’s Project ECHO Team for Maternal/Child Health. In this role, she provided teleECHO didactics to professionals throughout the state on the best practices for treating pregnant women with opioid use disorder (OUD); educated providers statwide on the benefits of medication assisted treatment for OUD and tobacco cessation; and hosted the “metaECHO” program, a virtual sharing of programmatic best practices among established and replication partners.

  • Medication Assisted Treatment during pregnancy
  • Tobacco Cessation
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder