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Resources related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) to raise awareness of individuals with an FASD, promote screening for prenatal exposure to alcohol and encourage referral for diagnostic evaluations for an FASD
Committed to giving providers and patients the most up to date resources to combat the public health threat of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs).
This 3-part podcast features interviews with a variety of individuals to explore the many facets of FASDs. We meet with a medical expert in the field of FASDs, a patient advocate, a mother whose child is affected by prenatal alcohol exposure, and a public health social worker specializing in counseling patients in unhealthy alcohol use.
A CDC resource devoted to FASD
(Formerly known as NoFAS)
Updated January 2022
Our Padlet page for participants
An educational resource from The Health Resources and Services Administration, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Who Can Participate
Participating practices are encouraged to invite all appropriate clinic staff who will be involved in implementation of FASD prevention and care. This may consist of family physicians, pediatricians, OB/GYNs, NPs, PAs, CNMs, other medical personnel, behavioral health staff, and paraprofessionals such as community health and outreach workers.
Interact with Others
Current participants can access interactive Learning Collaborative information on our password protected Padlet. This is an interactive web platform where we will share resources and interact with the other learning participants.
If you would like more information on how your community health center could be part of the SAFEST Choice Learning Collaborative, email Jackie German.