Promoting Alcohol Free Pregnancies

Welcome to the North Carolina Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program (FASDinNC).  This program strives to prevent alcohol exposed pregnancies by providing training, education and resources to women of childbearing age and the professionals that serve them.

FASDinNC  is a proud affiliate of the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS) and works with affiliates across the nation to increase awareness of Fetal Alcohol Specturm Disorders (FASDs).  FASDinNC is also a partner in the national MotherToBaby program and promotes MotherToBaby NC, a service dedicated to providing women, their partners, health care professionals and the public with information about the impact of alcohol, medications and other exposures during pregnancy and while breast feeding.

FASDinNC is housed at Mission Hospital’s Fullerton Genetics Center, the only interdisciplinary FASD pediatric clinic in NC.  The clinic provides diagnostics and support to improve the outcomes for individuals with an FASD and their families.

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Partners in Prevention

The NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program partners with several organization across the state in the prevention of alcohol exposed pregnancies and to increase awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs).

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 Click on the following links to learn more about efforts in prevention.

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Substance Abuse Services
The North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services has funded perinatal and maternal substance abuse programs which are specifically designed to meet the needs of women. Read More
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS)
The primary goal of the NOFAS Affiliate program is to unite FASD organizations into an international network for the purpose of preventing FASD and meeting the needs of people living with the disorder. Read More
MotherToBaby NC
If you are worried that alcohol, medicines or chemicals may have hurt your unborn baby, call the MotherToBaby NC and get free, confidential information from a caring health care professional. This service is for all North Carolinians. Read More