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Upcoming Webinar: Reducing Stigma Around Alcohol Use Disorder in Minority Communities

 “NIAAA is hosting an informative and interactive free webinar: Reducing Stigma Around Alcohol Use Disorder in Minority Communities, Monday, March 21, at 1:00–2:15 p.m. EDT.”

 To view the webinar on NIH Videocast, visit: https://videocast.nih.gov/watch=44317.


Please RSVP to dana [DOT] west [AT] icf [DOT] com by Friday, March 18.





FASD United Stands with Ukraine and its FASD Community

 FASD United is horrified and deeply saddened by the tragic situation unfolding in Ukraine. The loss of life and human suffering is immeasurable, and our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Ukraine, especially its FASD community. 

Ukraine has a substantial population affected by prenatal alcohol exposure and FASD.


 Read more, here!






NC FASD Informed Helps Sponsor Upcoming Trauma Webinar


 You're Invited to the online presentation, "Trauma's Impact". Learn the impact trauma has on early childhood and throughout the adulthood years. Also discussed is its effect on the relationships built along the child's lifespan.

Date: March 10, 2022
Time: 2:00pm

Link: shorturl.at/tvHS1   

Presented By: Sofia Moyano-Kleckner LCMHC, LPCC - A clinical counselor who works with children who have suffered Trauma. She is an outstanding presenter who makes complex information relatable and opens your mind to embrace a different perspective.






Olga and Serhii: An FASD Family on the Front Lines in


Content Warning: While Olga and Serhii are positive in their resolve and for their future, this interview deals with the current war in Ukraine. 


Jeff Noble, founder of The FASD Success Show interviews parent advocate and FASD Champion Olga Bolshova.


"Olga has been very active in setting up FASD programs in Ukraine. But they had to leave their home once Olga finished the FASD diagnostic webinar she had organized for doctors.”


Click here, to hear more!






Join FASD United and Others for #WorldBDay on Twitter


Don’t forget to tune in on March 3rd at 11 am ET for the global, bilingual #WorldBDday Twitter Chat.  Join the discussion by multiple lead organizations as we discuss the importance of prevent birth defects, including FASD!

To join, click here.






Prenatal Alcohol Exposure And Mental Health At Midlife

 “Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) is associated with greater rates of mental health disorders in middle adulthood. These outcomes appear to result from multiple stressors that affect individuals made vulnerable by their early alcohol exposure.”

- Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research


Click here to learn more!





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Lauren Borchert, BS
NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program

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