Support Services, Networks and Advocacy

FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan Inc.

Contact information
1-866-673-3276
fasdnetwork@sasktel.net
https://twitter.com/SaskFASDNetwork
210-510 Cynthia St.
S7L 7K7 Saskatoon , SK
The FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan, referred to as the Network, is a community based parent-led provincial organization. When the Network began, very little was known about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Families were facing stigma, lack of services and misunderstanding. A group of like-minded parents came together seeking support and understanding. They had common concerns about the challenges of parenting children affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol. As a group, the parents learned more about FASD and recognized the value of working together to bring greater awareness and understanding of FASD to our province. Now, many years later, parents and families are still at the core of the Network. An eight-member Board of Directors, most of whom are parents, offers experience and wisdom to help the Network continue to be a vibrant and growing provincial organization.

Bissell Centre

Contact information
(780) 423-2285 ext 132
@bissellcentre
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bissell-Centre/73707923189
10527 – 96 Street
T5H 2H6 Edmonton , AB
The Fetal Alcohol Spectrum of Services (FASS) provides long-term support for women struggling with addiction who are planning and wanting to have a healthy pregnancy and child, one-on-one support to adults with FASD, and public awareness about FASD through education in schools, businesss organizations, and other agencies.

Rehabilitation Centre for Children: Stepping Out on Saturdays

Contact information
1-866-314-0501
gkirchmann@rccinc.ca
Provides respite day camps one Saturday per month in Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson, and Little Grand Rapids for children age 3-12 years. Children involved with the child welfare system will be prioritized. Contact information for each city is on the web site linked on the left.

Timmins Native Friendship Centre

Contact information
(705) 268-6262
reception@tnfc.ca
http://www.facebook.com/TimminsNativeFriendshipCentre
316 Spruce Street South
P4N 2M9 Timmins , ON
The goal of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Nutrition Program (FASD) is direct services for off-reserve Aboriginal pregnant women and families, Aboriginal children and youth, and networking with mainstream and Aboriginal agencies/organizations. In addition, the program aims to increase awareness of risks associated with alcohol/drug consumption during pregnancy, including breastfeeding and alcohol use.

NorWest Community Health Centres

Contact information
(807) 622-8235
mparkes@norwestchc.org
http://www.facebook.com/NorWestCHC
525 Simpson Street
P7C 3J6 Thunder Bay , ON
The NorWest Community Health Centres provides education, support programs, and information to individuals and families; gives non-medical, comprehensive assessments on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder; refers individuals for diagnostic services; provides community training and education programs; participates in public awareness campaigns through all forms of media; makes referrals to other community resources and services; partners with Confederation College (Thunder Bay Campus) to provide resource material and information about FASD.

Anishnawbe Muchkiki Aboriginal Health Access Centre

Contact information
(807) 343-4843
29 Royston Court
P7A 4Y7 Thunder Bay , ON
The Aboriginal Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Child Nutrition Program is a program offered by Aboriginal organizations across the province for families with children and youth who may have been affected by alcohol before birth. The program provides information, family support and activities related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; offers educational opportunities to the broader community about the dangers of alcohol use during pregnancy; and organizes activities that focus on healthy nutrition.

N'Swakamok Friendship Centre

Contact information
(705) 674-2128
110 Elm Street
P3C 1T5 Sudbury , ON
The FASD Program is designed to assist with FASD Resources available to urban Aboriginal people. It offers both traditional and contemporary approaches to FASD on-site training and consultations. The program provides intervention, prevention, and programing including community development related to FASD.

Noojmowin Teg Health Centre

Contact information
(705) 368-2182
dan.garcia@noojmowin-teg.ca
48 Hillside Road
P0P 1K0 Little Current , ON
The New Beginnings FASD Program is guided by the Seven Grandfather Teachings of love, respect, humility, bravery, wisdom, honesty, and truth. The program strives to promote a balanced holistic lifestyle which includes emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing by providing and facilitating access to services for individuals, families, and communities affected by FASD. Also provides support to women and their families in preparing for healthy pregnancies in collaboration with existing community and agency partnerships.

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