Whitecrow Village FASD Society is committed to improving the lives of those who are affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and educating communities and professionals about this highly prominent neuro-cognitive disability.
About WHITECROW VILLAGE FASD SOCIETY
Whitecrow Village is for and about community. Our programs offer a model for a way of life and a way of being with one another. Wherever and whenever we come together, we create a place where – regardless of age, colour, gender, social class, disability or ability, sexual preference, religious persuasion, and all other things that have been used to divide and create disharmony among peoples – each person has equal value and belonging. Each voice is heard; as each completes our circle. Our core Live-in Education (L.I.F.E.) Sessions - affectionately known as “Camps” - present a microcosm of the “real” world, where we live, work, and play together; and where we learn how to understand and appreciate each other; acknowledging our limitations as well as our gifts. Whitecrow Village subsidiary programs offer support and guidance in areas of Addictions Recovery, Community and Professional Education, Housing, and Employment.
Visit us at www.whitecrowvillage.org