Prevention

Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre

Contact information
(807) 727-2847
rlifc@shaw.ca
http://www.facebook.com/TheOFIFC
Box 244, 1 Legion Road
P0V 2M0 Red Lake , ON
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The FASD Programme is designed to assist with FASD Resources available to urban Aboriginal people. It offers both the traditional and contemporary approaches to FASD on-site training and consultations. The programme provides intervention, prevention, and programming including community development related to FASD.

Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre

Contact information
(807) 345-5840
anne.lesage@shawcable.com
http://www.facebook.com/TheOFIFC
401 N. Cumberland Street
P7A 4P7 Thunder Bay , ON
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The FASD Programme is designed to assist with FASD Resources available to urban Aboriginal people. It offers both the traditional and contemporary approaches to FASD on-site training and consultations. The programme provides intervention, prevention, and programming including community development related to FASD.

Anishinabek Health Secretariat - Northern Superior Region

Contact information
(807) 623-8887
banlyn@anishinabek.ca
Fort William First Nation
Thunder Bay , ON
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The FASD Northern Superior regional worker travels to the First Nation communities within the Northern Superior region to provide awareness and to educate the communities as well as the front-line workers on the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. She works out of the Union of Ontario Indians Satellite office on Fort William First Nation in Thunder Bay.

Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre

Contact information
(807) 274-3131
cstanley@gizhac.com
1460 Idylwild Drive
P9A 3M9 Fort Frances , ON
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The Gizhewaadiziwin Access Centre is a community-based, Aboriginal-controlled Primary Care service that combines western curative care with traditional Ojibway healing philosophies and practices. The Access Centre provides clinical, social, health promotion, and preventive services, as well as access to traditional Ojibway healers. The centre also provides education and information on the consequences of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.

Anishinabek Health Secretariat - Lake Huron

Contact information
(705) 497-9127
laura.liberty@anishinabek.ca
1 Miigizi Mikan
P1B 8J8 North Bay , ON
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The FASD Lake Huron regional worker travels to the First Nation communities within the Lake Huron region to provide awareness and to educate the communities as well as the front-line workers on the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.

The Hospital for Sick Children - Motherisk FASD Clinic

Contact information
(416) 813-6780
Toronto , ON
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The FASD diagnostic services began in 1994 to address increased requests for services from Motherisk. Families receive follow-up service after a FASD assessment is completed. Research and teaching resources are also available regarding FASD and diagnosis. By appointment only, please call.

The Hospital for Sick Children - Motherisk Program & Helpline

Contact information
1-877-FAS-INFO (327-4636)
Toronto , ON
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The Motherisk Program is for general inquiries and individual counseling regarding drug and alcohol use during pregnancy. The toll free number will provide assistance for individuals who are seeking general information on exposure during pregnancy.

Mothercraft -- Breaking the Cycle FASD Diagnostic Clinic

Contact information
(416) 364-7373
btcycle@mothercraft.org
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BTC is an early intervention program designed to reduce the risk and enhance the development of substance-exposed children by addressing maternal substance use issues and the mother-child relationship. Since 1995, BTC has delivered a comprehensive, cross-sectoral, maternal-child program to deliver a range of integrated services through a single-access model, with home visitation and pregnancy outreach components. All BTC children for whom prenatal alcohol exposure is confirmed are referred to the FASD Diagnostic Clinic for assessment and follow-up.

Anishinabek Health Secretariat - Southeast/Southwest Region

Contact information
(705) 657-9383
chochi.knott@anishinabek.ca
Curve Lake First Nation
ON
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The FASD Regional Worker for the Southeast and Southwest Region works out of the satellite office in Curve Lake First Nation. The worker's role is to participate in various committees and travel to First Nations communities within the region to provide awareness and education to community members, specifically about the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy and tips for a healthy pregnancy.

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