The goal of the (2011-2014) Tri-Province Initiative is to expand understanding of the costs, services and prevention of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), specifically as it relates to a vulnerable group: children and youth in care. One approach taken to meet that goal is the listing and analysis of the FASD services and resources within each province and territory. Project outcomes are FASD Service & Resource Inventories for each of the 10 provinces and one for the three territories: Yukon, Northwest and Nunavut coupled with a national analysis of the regional trends and service gaps.
Inventory of Canadian FASD Services & Resources: Regional Analysis
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