FASD Prevention Grants

MOFAS FASD Prevention Grantees

The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) is committed to preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). In support of this work, each year we offer funding to eligible organizations in Minnesota that are interested in engaging their community through public events focused on FASD prevention. The events increase awareness of the risks associated with prenatal alcohol exposure, educate women of childbearing age on the importance of planned, alcohol-free pregnancies, and share the 049 – zero alcohol for nine months of pregnancy – prevention message.

The 2018 FASD Prevention Grant recipients are:

  • American Indian Family Center
  • Face to Face
  • Fathers Rise Together
  • Kanabec County Community Health
  • McKinley Early Childhood Center
  • Minneapolis American Indian Center
  • Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center
  • New Ulm Early Childhood Family Education
  • Northfield Public Schools
  • Wabasha County Public Health
  • West Side Community Health Services

For more information on the FASD Prevention Grants contact Sarah Brown at 651-917-2370 or sbrown@mofas.org.

 


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