FASD Support groups

Here is a list of local and international organisations that provide a FASD support service as part of the work that they do.

 

Australian and NZ Support

NOFASD

Provide an online and telephone support and advocacy service. Call 1300 306 238 (local call costs only from any landline in Australia) or email admin@nofasd.org.au

NICFASEN (National Indigenous Corporation for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Education Network)

Provides culturally appropriate programs and workshops that cover the impact of the teratogen alcohol on the developing embryo and foetus, foetal alcohol spectrum disorders, child growth and brain differences.  For more information go to www.nicfasen.org.au  or call 0431 286 647 or email Lorian Hayes.

Alternatively, contact NOFASD Australia and we can put you in touch with NICFASEN.

RFFADA (Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association)

For more information or call 1800RFFADA.

Fetal Alcohol Network NZ

The people who make up the Fetal Alcohol Network come from within families living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and a wide range of professionals involved with the health, education, justice and social services sectors. In September 2013, the Fetal Alcohol Network is launching FASD-CAN Inc., a new family-led Care Action Network. For more information

FASD-CAN Inc (FASD Care Action Network)

FASD-CAN is a New Zealand non-profit organisation with the primary objective to unite caregivers, strengthen families, support individuals and educate about FASD across the community.  For more information

 

International Support

There are many international organisations that provide support and information to parents and carers. The following is a selection of organisations with useful resources:

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