The FASD/Children’s Nutrition Program strives to assist with FASD resources available to urban Indigenous people. It offers both traditional and contemporary approaches to FASD, on-site training and consultations. The program also provides intervention, prevention and programming including community development related to FASD.
The FASD/CN provides a unique wholistic component to its direct-service users, as it provides wraparound supports to direct-service users and families. As FASD presents lifelong challenges, the program can provide tools to support the direct-service users’ independence in all aspects of life including (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual) while also providing secondary support to caregivers to ensure that wholistic supports are received.