CFAN is advancing how we all understand and respond to fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. We lead through community engagement, funding stewardship,
and FASD advocacy.
CFAN aims to reduce the incidence of FASD and ensure people who are affected by FASD are able to lead positive, fulfilling lives.
Resources & Support
If you are a person with FASD or your life has been touched by someone with FASD, CFAN can help connect you to information and services.
- Visit the Service Directory to find FASD programs and services.
- E-mail our Network Resource Worker or call 403-681-2673 for information and referrals.
- Apply for the Empowerment Fund, a bursary for individuals, families and caregivers impacted by FASD.
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Calgary John Howard Society recruiting Peer Mentors
CJHS is looking for an adult Peer Mentor to join their weekly FASD Action Hall. The successful applicant will be someone who has learned to live effectively with FASD and who can be a positive role model for others living with FASD. . More information is available here.
CANFASD recruiting Board of Directors
The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network (CanFASD) is looking for “difference makers”, who, on a national level, want to engage in making a difference for those living with FASD. Persons with business acumen and experience developing products, marketing, political acumen, board experience, persons of Aboriginal descent, and visible minorities are encouraged to apply and self identify in their covering letter. Application criteria and instructions are available on online.
FASD Training & Education
FASD is the most common preventable developmental disability. If your organization or workplace offers care, services or products to members of the public, you interact with people who have FASD. CFAN offers workshops to help you understand
- FASD and its causes and effects on health and behaviour
- strategies for supporting individuals with FASD to succeed
- for health providers, how to support women in preventing FASD