There are many excellent organizations serving the FASD community and we will make every effort to keep this list up-to-date. If you’d like your organization, support group, blog, or resource page added to this list, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizations (may also include support groups)
FASCETS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consultation,Education and Training Services, Inc.) Providing an alternative paradigm for understanding behaviors.
FASD Interventions Across the Lifespan Perspectives on FASD Intervention: Research, News and Current Events (Canada)
FASSTAR and FAS Community Resource Center. Exhaustive collection of resources, training, and articles collected by Teresa Kellerman.
HaysKids.org Helps parents and individuals impacted by FASD through information, strategies, trainings, and programming.
Northern Family Health Services. British Columbia, Canada. Includes a myriad of publications and tip sheets for caring for people with FASD.
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. United States. National FAS organization: includes multiple resources, support groups, publications, information.
Support groups (may also include information)
FaSAFASD This group is for Michigan families and other caregivers who are affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), also known as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Effects (FAS; FAE). Other related topics: adoption; foster parenting; medications; IEP (Individualized Education Program); IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act); Sensory Integration Disorder (SID).
Southern California FASD Information and Support Network A resource for parents, caregivers, advocates, educators and treatment professionals of persons who have been diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) or anyone who is suspected of being affected by FASD. It is also useful for students or professionals who are interested in the challenges faced by families affected by these conditions.
NC Triangle FASD Support Group (Raleigh, NC) meets at least monthly to provide support and education to caregivers with a family member diagnosed with or suspected of having a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Regular meetings are the third Tuesday at 6:15pm in Cary, NC. A separate room for children with child care available. Online and phone consultation is available. For more information, contact Kathy Hotelling at email@example.com or 919-265-3390.
A Square Peg, A Round Hole: FASD, homeschooling + family life.