Family Engagement Coordinators

The caregiver support team is here for all families impacted by FASD. We work with families in Minnesota free of charge, thanks to a generous grant from the Minnesota Department of Health.

Wherever you are in Minnesota, and whatever you’re dealing with on your FASD journey, we can listen and help you find a way forward that works for your family. Common topics we cover with families include:

  • School issues, including special education, IEPs, and 504 plans;
  • Understanding and navigating services and benefits;
  • Common caregiver concerns, such as impulsivity and vulnerability; and
  • The transition to adulthood and adults with an FASD.

Family Engagement Coordinators

Family engagement coordinators provide caregiver-to-caregiver support, information, and resources on any aspect of FASD, from IEPs to parenting strategies. They provide one-on-one support, facilitate support groups, and organize social activities for caregivers.

Resource Navigator

The resource navigator works with families facing difficult barriers to the treatment, services, and supports they need.

Questions

For questions about any caregiver support services, contact Anna McLafferty, director of caregiver support services, at amclafferty@mofas.org or 651-917-2370.


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