If you are a person with FASD or are a caregiver for someone with FASD, CFAN can help connect you to services and supports.
Calgary and Area FASD Service Directory
CFAN works with Inform Alberta to maintain this list of FASD-related programs and services in Calgary and area. If you have questions about the directory, can't find the information you’re looking for, need more information about Calgary area services, or need help with a referral, please contact CFAN directly at the coordinates above.
CFAN's Service & Support Partners
With our partner agencies, we pursue collaborative relationships rich in opportunities to share learning, explore ideas, and promote best practices. As a funding organization for Calgary and area FASD service providers, we provide funding to local agencies that share our values and support our goals in three key areas: Awareness and Prevention; Assessment and Diagnosis; and Services and Supports. Please contact us for information or referrals to these services.
CFAN currently provides funding to support the following agencies and programs:
McMan Youth Family and Community Services Association
P-CAP (Parent Child Assistance Program) & P-CAP Rural - A three-year program for women who are pregnant or up to six months post-partum who acknowledge drug and alcohol use during pregnancy. Aimed at helping them access community services, maintain as clean and sober a life as they can manage, raise their children in safe and healthy homes and have healthy future pregnancies.
P-CAP-EE (Parent Child Assistance Program Expanded Enrolment) - Provides supports and advocacy for families with one or both parents diagnosed or suspected of living with FASD who are parenting their children at least half the time.
Assessment and Diagnosis
FAS Diagnostic Clinic - Provides diagnostic and assessment services to children, youth and adults with known or suspected prenatal exposure to alcohol. Services include follow-up evaluations, case conferencing with key people in the individual’s life, and help in accessing services and supports
Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society
Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society - provides assessment and diagnostic services to children, youth and adults.
Supports for Individuals and Caregivers
Aventa Centre of Excellence for Women with Addictions
FASD Addiction Treatment Project - 1 year pilot project - Provides FASD-informed addiction treatment to women diagnosed or suspected of having FASD.
Calgary Alternative Support Services
Calgary Alternative Poss-Abilities - Provides case management assistance to enable individuals with FASD and other diagnoses with complex support requirements to live and participate in the community and develop vital service and interpersonal connections.
Calgary John Howard Society
The Extended FASD Support Project - Support adults diagnosed or suspected of living with FASD at risk of involvement or already involved with the criminal justice system through advocacy, referrals, and intervention and prevention strategies based on individual strengths.
Enviros Wilderness School Association
FASD Support Program - Provides foster, adoptive, kinship and biological parents with the information and tools they need to effectively parent a child or youth with FASD
FASD Evolution Program - Supports adults living with a diagnosis of FASD through access to income support, housing, employment and medical care
Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society
FASD Family Response Program - Supports caregivers living with someone with FASD through in-home visitation, advocacy, access of diagnosis and assessment services, and transition supports. Hosts a variety of parent support groups.
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association
The Youth and Adult Action Club (YAAC) - A peer support program for youth and young adults with FASD with meetings planned around safe activities that give participants the chance to practice skills, share strengths and interests and simply have fun.
Parent Support Association of Calgary (PSA)
PSA provides guidance for parents, caregivers and professionals who are interested in learning more about FASD and FASD services. They provide resources, support groups, education, referrals and short-term support to families and children with diagnosed or suspected FASD. There is currently no cost to become a member of PSA groups.
PSA membership provides: FASD Peer Support Groups offering structured peer support group meetings specifically for parents and caregivers of youth and young adults with FASD, regardless of whether it has been formally diagnosed or not. The FASD Parent Advocate is available to support group members in planning for and attending meetings with professionals, as well as offering additional resources. Family therapy referrals to Hull Psychological Services are available for group members.
Siksika Health Services
Siksika Health Services - provides an early intervention program, home visits, a monthly support group, and a day program to provide support for individuals and families impacted by FASD. They also provide FASD education and information sessions for the local community, caregivers and professionals. Siksika Health also offers assessment and diagnostic clinics for residents of the Siksika Nation.