Current Grants

Community Grants

The MOFAS Community Grant program helps organizations build capacity for services that ensure families impacted by an FASD are identified, valued, and supported.  Funding is directed toward innovative ideas and programs that create system changes in the following priorities areas: early childhood screening, human services, equity and justice, innovation and transformation, and youth and adult transition programs.

For more information about Community Grants contact Kendra Gludt at 651-917-2370 or

Learn more about our 2018 Community Grants.

Chemical Health and Recovery Grants

When given the right supports, mothers who are chemically dependent can be healthy, maintain sobriety and be good parents. The result is, children of these mothers do better. The Chemical Health and Recovery Grant program provides funding to support pregnant and parenting women in recovery. The goal is to reduce substance abuse among women in treatment and recovery through culturally, gender-specific, comprehensive and coordinated case management services.  Programs are most successful when they meet participants basic needs, stabilize their family situation, improve their involvement in pre-treatment, treatment support, and post-treatment recovery activities in order to maintain optimal heath.  For more information on the Chemical Health and Recovery Grants contact Kendra Gludt at 651-917-2370 or

Learn more about our 2018 Chemical Health and Recovery Grants. 

FASD Prevention Grants

MOFAS is committed to preventing prenatal alcohol exposure and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) by creating awareness of the danger of drinking alcohol while pregnant and increasing the number of women who plan their pregnancies and engage in healthy behaviors before becoming pregnant.  This includes educating that there is no safe time to drink when pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant, and understanding how health behaviors like drinking alcohol while pregnant can impact a women’s health and the future of her baby. For more information on FASD Prevention Grants contact Sarah Gilland at 651-917-2370 or

Learn more about our 2018 FASD Prevention Grants.

College Ambassador Program

The College Ambassador Program (CAP) is an extension of the MOFAS FASD Prevention Grant. Through CAP, colleges and universities in Minnesota can apply for up to $2,500 to host student events focused on FASD prevention. The events educate students on the importance of preconception health, planned, alcohol-free pregnancies, and lifestyle choices that support the 049 — zero alcohol for nine months of pregnancy — prevention message. For more information on College Ambassador Program contact Sarah Gilland at 651-917-2370 or

Learn more about our 2018 College Ambassador Grants.

Grantee Toolkit

To support grantees, MOFAS has developed a toolkit with helpful documents and resources including MOFAS logos, flyer templates, press release template and more to help implement your grant.

Open the toolkit here.

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