Supports for Youth & Families Affected by FASD


FASD Maps is an advocacy program that supports youth and their respective families or caregivers. FASD Maps is a partnership program with Renfrew Educational Services, Hull Services and Woods Homes. The partnership offers a continuum of services for families  with children and youth affected by FASD. For more information, click here.

Parent-Child Assistance Program (P-CAP & P-CAP Rural)

P-CAP and P-CAP Rural support the development and maintenance of healthy family lives. The voluntary program aids to prevent further births of alcohol/drug exposed children.  P-CAP is accessible to women in Calgary. P-CAP Rural is accessible to women in the  communities of Willow Creek, Vulcan and the Municipal District of Foothills. For more  information, click here.

Parent-Child Assistance Program-Expanded Enrollment (P-CAP-EE)

P-CAP-EE is a program that supports parents diagnosed with, or suspected of having, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) . The program provides support to parents in order to strengthen parenting skills, decrease breakdowns within the parent-child relationship and build on existing strengths within the home. For more information, click here.

Youth and Adult Action Club (YAAC)

The YAAC program provides individual and group support to young people (age 13-21) with FASD to live successfully in the community.  The program works closely with vulnerable youth to learn about FASD and understand how it impacts daily living.  Older youth in the program are supported in their life/living skills development to enhance their self-sufficiency. For more information, click here