FASD Resources

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As FASD has become more widely recognized as a major and challenging public health issue in California, the United States and throughout the world, the need for and the development of resources to address it are growing.

Some parents do not want their kids to be labeled. It is better to be labeled as having FASD, which may help the child to get services, than  it is to be labeled as a troublemaker, dropout, sex offender, criminal, or to be dead. Find services for your FASD-affected child, and advocate for him or her. This will not only help them but it will make your life better also.
     John Hays, HaysKids.org 2009

This section provides information and links to some of the resources available to persons affected by FASD. Click a sub-page link below to review these pages.