Manitoba's FASD Strategy

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The Manitoba Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Strategy is a partnership between government departments and community services across Manitoba, which ensures that all FASD initiatives work together to support people with FASD, their caregivers, and people who use alcohol during pregnancy.

In 2015, the Manitoba FASD Strategy held community conversations to update and improve FASD initiatives. Since that time, progress has been made on several of the priorities identified. Once again, we are asking our community to provide us with feedback on how we can continue to meet the goals of the Manitoba FASD Strategy.

Provide Your Feedback

For more information about FASD and the Manitoba FASD Strategy, please watch the video below or view the PDF slides.



This information is available in an alternate format upon request. Please contact fasdinfo@gov.mb.ca.


The Manitoba Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Strategy is a partnership between government departments and community services across Manitoba, which ensures that all FASD initiatives work together to support people with FASD, their caregivers, and people who use alcohol during pregnancy.

In 2015, the Manitoba FASD Strategy held community conversations to update and improve FASD initiatives. Since that time, progress has been made on several of the priorities identified. Once again, we are asking our community to provide us with feedback on how we can continue to meet the goals of the Manitoba FASD Strategy.

Provide Your Feedback

For more information about FASD and the Manitoba FASD Strategy, please watch the video below or view the PDF slides.



This information is available in an alternate format upon request. Please contact fasdinfo@gov.mb.ca.


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