1. Talking with Women About FASD
This booklet was created to help people talk with women sensitively about prenatal alcohol exposure and children with FASD.
http://www.skfasnetwork.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Talking-With-Women-About-FASD.pdf
PDF: TALKING WITH WOMEN ABOUT FASD

2. The BC Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs (BCAPOP)
A non-profit society made up of Pregnancy Outreach Programs (POPs) from across B.C. POPs provide prenatal and early parenting support to women who experience health or lifestyle challenges during pregnancy, birth and the transition to parenting. This website will provide information to increase awareness, improve access to services, provide resources, build connections, and assist the public in finding a specific program so that the delivery of perinatal services to marginalized women will be continuously improved.
http://www.bcapop.ca/

3. FASD Informed Practice for Community Based Programs
This resource was developed for programs that support children and parents. It provides practical information and steps that support FASD Informed practice and looks at supporting both children and the mother and family.
http://www.bcapop.ca/uploads/9/9/0/1/9901389/fasd_best_practices.pdf
PDF: FASD BEST PRACTICES

4. Aboriginal Act Now:
The the ActNow BC Healthy Choices in Pregnancy initiative is a province wide educative work undertaken to improve the capacity of researchers, health practitioners, service providers, decision makers and others, to more effectively respond to women with alcohol and related health concerns. The focus of this work was to increase awareness of the risks of of alcohol use in pregnancy, in particular the risk for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, and to support health care providers in discussing these risks with all women of child bearing years.
http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/library/publications/year/2010/bcstats-hcip-report.pdf

5. Women of the Shining Light Report
This document is a report based on a research project to examine how the relationships between pregnant and/or parenting Aboriginal women with substance misuse problems, drug treatment counsellors, and child welfare workers can be improved.
http://www.ryerson.ca/content/dam/aec/pdfs/Women%20of%20the%20Shining%20Light%20Report.pdf
PDF: WOMEN OF THE SHINING LIGHT REPORT

6. Preventing FASD Through Providing Addictions Treatment and Related Support for First Nations and Inuit Women in Canada
This information sheet summarizes the findings of an exploratory study undertaken in 2008 by researchers at the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, with participation of treatment providers and health system planners responsible for programming serving First Nations and Inuit women from across Canada.
http://bccewh.bc.ca/2014/02/preventing-fasd-through-providing-addictions-treatment-and-related-support-for-first-nations-and-inuit-women-in-canada/
PDF: PREVENTING FASD

7. AWARE
AWARE provides information about the safe use of alcohol, prescription medications, tobacco, and other drugs within the mental health and social context of women's lives.
http://www.aware.on.ca/
The resource, called Give and Take is intended for pregnant women who struggle with substance use issues.  We hope women can use it to prevent alcohol and other drug problems when they are pregnant.
http://www.aware.on.ca/sites/default/files/Give-and-Take_0.pdf
PDF: GIVE AND TAKE

8. Coalescing on Women and Substance Use
This website provides information and support to service providers to engage with women and their partners on alcohol use, pregnancy and prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Each section provides an overview and practical strategies.
http://www.coalescing-vc.org/virtualLearning/section6/default.htm

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