For individuals living with FASD and their families to recognize themselves as safe, supported, valued, included and contributing members of the community.
About the Network
The FASD Network of Saskatchewan is a non-profit that works with families, children, and adults affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. A group of dedicated parents came together in the early 1990’s seeking support and understanding. When the Network began very little was known about FASD. Families faced stigma, lack of services, and misunderstanding.
Now, 20 years later, the Network is a community-based, provincial organization with an office in Saskatoon. Over the years the level of knowledge and understanding in Saskatchewan communities has grown along with the Network. The Network has expanded from a group of concerned parents into an organization that offers support to families and individuals with FASD, training, and events across the province.
What People Are Saying
"The FASD Network has been a lifesaver for us"
— Network client
"The FASD Network is a very valuable resource for the communities in Saskatchewan. Education and awareness are important."
— Professional accessing training
"I am glad to know your group is in Canada, what you do is relevant and vital to the families dealing with FASD"
— Network stakeholder
"This support group gave me understanding, awareness, and hope"
— Support meeting attendee
"When we found the network we finally had found others who understood that the effects of alcohol are real and not just an excuse for behavior. Supporting these individuals and the families who in turn support them is an invaluable and important service. Thank you!"
— Network client