CanFASD: Plain Language Guide for the UNCRPD

Human Rights are a universal standard to make sure all people have the opportunity to live with dignity and freedom from fear of harassment and discrimination.

GLobal News: Calgary woman creates fundraiser to encourage people to go alcohol-free for Dry February

By Carolyn Kury de Castillo  Retrieved from https://globalnews.ca/news/9444685/calgary-dry-february-fundraiser-challenge/ A Calgary woman is encouraging people to take a break from drinking this month with the help of

Developing Culturally-Responsive FASD Resources & Indigenous Approaches to Prevention, De-Stigmatization & FASD Care Models: A Community Engagement Webinar

Topic: Developing Culturally-Responsive FASD Resources & Indigenous Approaches to Prevention, De-Stigmatization & FASD Care Models: A Community Engagement Webinar Description: In 2005, the Ontario Federation

Statement: CanFASD welcomes updated guidance on alcohol use

The Canada FASD Research Network (CanFASD) supports the CCSA’s new guidance on alcohol use and health released this week. “The evidence surrounding alcohol harms has

AT A JUNCTURE: EXPLORING PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN FASD PREVENTION RESEARCH FROM 2015 – 2021 USING THE FOUR-PART MODEL OF PREVENTION

ABSTRACT Background and objective Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) prevention efforts have grown in the last 25 years to go beyond the moral panic that

CCSA: Understanding Stigma

This second education module covers what stigma is and how to recognize substance use stigma. It explains the different types of stigma and how stigma

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