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Indigenous Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder/Child Nutrition Program

The Indigenous Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)/Child Nutrition Program (FASD/CNP) is designed and delivered by Indigenous service providers to Indigenous children, youth and families across Ontario. The program provides:

Individuals living with FASD and their families are offered intervention support services

Program staff also:

The Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) is moving forward to undertaking a review of the Indigenous FASD/CNP in 2018/19. The review is intended to result in a better understanding of best practices, including how the current program provides services to support the health and well-being of all children, youth and families. The review process will help to determine the programs ongoing scope, and continued alignment of the FASD/CNP with the initiatives and activities under the Ontario Indigenous Children and Youth Strategy (OICYS) and the FASD Strategy.

Organizations offering the Indigenous FASD/Child Nutrition Program

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