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New Resources from Nurses and Midwives

“A new website includes tools for patient education that aim to reduce alcohol use during pregnancy and prevent FASD.”

Learn More HERE!

NIAAA: Advances in Research on FASD

“Research on FASD is a priority for NIAAA, and for many years has supported studies to understand how alcohol disrupts prenatal development.”

Read More HERE!

Weekly Virtual Meeting: Recovering Mothers Anonymous

Being able to connect with others who are walking a similar path can be helpful. Recovering Mothers Anonymous (RMA) supports women that have the shared lived experience of using alcohol or other substances during their pregnancy, which may have impacted their child’s health and development.

Recovering Mothers Anonymous meets virtually every Thursday at 7:30pm ET.

Learn More HERE!

Learn More About Trends in Alcohol Consumption, Policy and the Pandemic.

Please join NABCA on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 2 p.m. EST for the webinar, Trends in Alcohol Consumption, Policy and the Pandemic.

Presenters are Dr. Aaron White, PhD, Senior Scientific Advisor to the Director and Chief of the Epidemiology and Biometry Branch at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), and Dr. Timothy Naimi, MD, MPH, Director, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada.

Last Chance to Register: Practical Supports for Individuals with FASD Webinar

Register by Noon on Tuesday!

Thursday, September 17, 2020 1:00 PM – 4:45 PM
(MUST register in advance)

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.

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Lauren Borchert, BS
NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program

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