Alcohol and pregnancy don’t mix.

Free training is available across Alberta for anyone interested in conversations about alcohol and pregnancy and the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Our messages:

  • The baby’s brain and nervous system develops throughout the entire pregnancy and drinking may lead to a lifelong diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD, or alcohol exposure in the womb).
  • If you drink alcohol and are sexually active, make sure you use effective contraception.
  • Friends, partners and family members can support a pregnant woman by asking how they can help her to make healthy choices and healthy babies.


This training is part of the Government of Alberta’s 10-Year FASD Plan and is being studied by the University of Alberta.

Contact the Prevention Conversation Facilitator nearest you for more information.


Click for FASD Service Network contact information!





For more information about the FASD Prevention Conversation, A Shared Responsibility project please contact the Project Manager, Hazel Mitchell:

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