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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.

This service can be found at the following Friendship Centres