Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Nutrition Program

Goal of the Program

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, to increase awareness of risks associated with alcohol/drug consumption during pregnancy, including breastfeeding and alcohol use.

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General Description of Program/Services

The Aboriginal FASD/Child Nutrition program strives to assist with FASD and Child Nutrition resources available to urban Aboriginal people. It offers both traditional and contemporary approaches to FASD and Child nutrition, on-site training and consultation. The program also provides intervention, prevention and programming including community development related to FASD and Child Nutrition.

For More Information Contact Timmins Native Friendship Centre Reception reception@tnfc.ca