The Alaska Center for FASD works to reduce alcohol-exposed pregnancies, promotes successful outcomes for affected individuals and families, and is the catalyst for creating FASD-informed communities of care.
All communities recognize Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) as preventable birth defects, and simultaneously recognize and honor the inherent human value of individuals living with brain-based differences, to create healthier, more successful life experiences for all Alaskans.
- Be a statewide, sustainable resource for credible information and advocacy about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
- Advocate for systems that better recognize and support individuals and families affected by FASD across the lifespan
- Pursue a cultural shift that eliminates stigma and celebrates and supports individuals and families through peer-inclusive community engagement
- Show evidence of Center productivity
- Support efforts to prevent alcohol exposure during pregnancy