FASD is an alcohol-related harm. How do we address this?
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is undeniably the result of alcohol use during pregnancy, and an alcohol-related harm. In order to prevent FASD, we must help educate ourselves and our communities about the importance preventing alcohol-related harms through programs, services and policies.
This brochure is designed to help public health program planners, community advocates, educators, and policymakers find proven intervention strategies—including programs, services, and policies—for preventing excessive alcohol consumption and related harms.
To view the guide: CDC Community Guide What Works