NOFAS prevents alcohol use during pregnancy and supports individuals, families, and communities living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs).
NOFAS works to prevent prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, and other substances known to harm fetal development by raising awareness and supporting women before and during their pregnancy, and supports individuals, families, and communities living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) and other preventable intellectual/developmental disabilities.
A world where all children are born free of exposure to alcohol, drugs, and other substances known to harm fetal development.
NOFAS educates the public, practitioners, and policymakers about the risk of prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, and other substances known to harm fetal development including tobacco, marijuana, heroin and other opioids, cocaine, and methamphetamine, recognizing that these substances are often used simultaneously. NOFAS supports individuals and families living with FASDs through referrals, advocacy, training for professionals, information dissemination, and a wide range of diverse initiatives and resources.
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Social Media Policy:
NOFAS welcomes feedback and comments on its social media pages and website. Content will be removed that is 1) deemed to be spam, 2) includes profanity, 3) contains language or concepts that could be considered offensive or rude, 4) attacks or insults a person, organization or other entity, 5) mentions a child or an adult living with FASD that includes identifying information (such as their full name or the name of their school, employer, or practitioner) or details of a sensitive personal nature (such as sexual or criminal issues), or 6) is otherwise determined by NOFAS to be inappropriate. Users posting such content may be banned.