FASD Support Fund – East Metro

Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome’s FASD Support Fund

As the nation’s largest statewide organization and resource on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), we understand the challenges families face raising an individual on the FASD spectrum and believe financial difficulties should not be one of them. This is the premise behind the MOFAS FASD Support Fund. Through the generous sponsorship of the Saint Paul Foundation’s William and Connie Carroll Endowment Fund we are pleased to open the application process.

These grant funds are restricted and are currently available for families in the East Metro residing in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties who are the primary caregivers for an individual with an FASD or suspected to be on the spectrum with another confirmed eligible diagnosis that experience hardships related to the increased cost raising an individual with special needs. The program provides financial assistance from $100 up to $3,000 per individual from the fund to assist with basic life needs and other expenses in the form of a grant – not a loan – so no repayment is required. To further ease burdens we can arrange to make payments directly service providers and vendors.

Please review the MOFAS FASD Support Fund Criteria to see if you or someone you know qualifies for a grant through the fund.

If you are eligible, APPLY TODAY!

Contact ruth@mofas.org with any questions.




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