What’s Happening at MOFAS
Kelly supports lower TEFRA parental fees. Kelly’s teenage daughter lives with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
MOFAS is teaming with Hennepin County to provide three more information sessions for families on grant opportunities for individuals with disabilities under 21.
MOFAS is proud to announce a summer camp scholarship opportunity for families impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
Baxter’s Circle of Support isn’t a typical support group. This one includes a special guest and a sensory-friendly environment.
FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) is an intellectual and developmental issue and it warrants all of us to stay in tuned to those challenges when parenting children.
For parents, caregivers and professionals who care for and support those with an FASD, to come together and learn in a supportive and informal setting.
Special grant enables Rise employment staff to address specific needs of people who have a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Written by: Rise Reporter Balancing the demands of two part-time jobs while finishing up your last year in high school can be a real challenge. But Caitlyn B. finds that when you enjoy both working and […]
Did you know there is a safe, non-judgmental, friendly place just for you to meet other caregivers who are parenting children like yours? Join the VFC.
If you or someone you know has an FASD and is in need of employment services, there are MN employment agencies that have just what you are looking for.
And if I can’t fully love (not approve of behaviors, mind you) who gave birth to my children, how can I love my children unconditionally?
She never intended to put her children at risk. She had parents who didn’t know how to parent, who struggled with mental illness and addictions.
To be honest, I’ve searched my brain to remember what, if anything, my doctor told me about drinking during pregnancy, and am really not sure what he said.
Meet adults with an FASD as they share their stories about what it’s like to live with an FASD. Be inspired by their journeys of strength!
The Resource Directory is a searchable database of FASD-friendly professionals and programs such as diagnostic clinics, therapists and support groups.
To inquire about Addiction and Recovery services please fill out the form below and MOFAS will answer shortly.
While there is no recommended “cookbook approach” to working with individuals with FASD there are strategies that work, based on the following guidelines.
The MOFAS Guest Blog is a place for those affected in the fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) community to reach out and share their stories.
May 3- We’re going bowling!
Parents and parents to-be, come join us at the St. Francis Baby Fair! Learn the latest information from the experts on pregnancy, birth, and parenting Over 100 tables of product and service vendors Free lunch, including gluten free option while they last and live music Win a prize a Allina Health Clinic Daddy Den Bring […]
The American Indian Wellness Fair’s purpose is to increase awareness of current health and wellness issues facing American Indian people by providing access to a variety of health screenings, education, information and community resources. Over 900 people gather every year at our wellness fair. We hope that you will consider joining us at the 19th […]
This site is provided to families and professionals as an informative site on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It is not intended to replace professional medical, psychological, behavioral, legal, nutritional or educational counsel. Reference to any specific agency does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by MOFAS.