The Center on FASD Justice & Equity
FASD has major implications for just about every aspect of our legal system including our civil, juvenile, and criminal justice systems. There is a critical need for improvement in our legal system as it relates to persons with an FASD and to build the capacity of our courts and related professionals to be prepared to effectively identify and work with individuals impacted by FASD.
The Center on FASD Justice & Equity is working to convene stakeholders to address the need for improvement in civil and criminal courts. There is an opportunity to address in the foster care and child welfare system along with the family courts. There is also a pressing need to address issues in the juvenile justice and adult criminal justice system.
Learn more about the Center’s Justice Initiative, including:
- Living on the Spectrum
- Fact Sheets
- Information Briefs
- Model Programs
What is FASD?
What does FASD have to do with equity?
The On-Demand library host recordings of webinars focused on issues of educational equity, health equity, and justice issues related to FASD. Recorded content is available for your viewing at your convenience. There is no fee to watch the content.
Credit / Sources
The Justice Initiative is a project of MOFAS, made possible with funding from The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation.