There is NO 100% safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy.

Monthly archive for April 2018

Hidden Heartache: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome’s Impact on Adoptive Families

Michael and Barb Clark with their four children they’ve adopted. Their daughter Akila lives with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).   When Barb Clark and her husband Michael adopted their oldest daughter Akila at 5 months old they never envisioned the difficult road ahead. What the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Clarks couldn’tRead more

Alaska Mother of the Year Dedicated to FASD Awareness

ANCHORAGE (KTUU)- The American Mother organization named Anna Joy Luckett the Alaska Mother of the Year. "For my children, I absolutely love them and they have not gotten a fair shake at life and most of those kids in foster care are in the same situation," said Luckett.Luckett said she hasRead more

Recovering Addicts Counsel Pregnant Women on Recovery in One-of-a-kind Program

MADISON, Wis - In the fight to end opioid addiction, SSM Health is partnering with Safe Communities to match addicted pregnant patients with recovery coaches. The Pregnancy2Recovery program is the first of its kind in the country. SSM Health doctors are identifying at-risk patients in Dane County, then pairing them withRead more
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