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District I

  • Atlantic Provinces of Canada

    Treatment Services

    Addictions Day Treatment Program Two-week intensive outpatient treatment program.

    7071 Bayers Road Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1T1

    Phone: (902) 424-1022

    Addictions Wellness Clinic, Fisherman’s Memorial Hospital - Walk-in clinic where a client or family member can meet with staff to create and implement a care plan.

    14 High Street Lunenburg, Nova Scotia BOJ 2C0

    Phone: (902) 634-8801 x1713228

    Fredericton Addiction and Mental Health Services – Free, voluntary services for individuals with substance use issues.

    65 Brunswick St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1G5

    Phone: (506) 453-2132

    Fax: (506) 453-8766

    Lacey House - Long-term residential substance abuse treatment for women.

    283 Fitzroy Street Charlottetown, PE

    Phone: (902) 368-4083

    Moncton Addiction Services, Horizon Health Network – Inpatient detoxification and treatment for alcohol and drugs, including a methadone maintenance program.

    125 Mapleton Road Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 9G3

    Phone: (506) 856-2333

    Fax: (506) 856-2796

    Ridgewood Addiction Services, Horizon Health Network – Treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders, including outpatient counseling, inpatient detoxification, methadone maintenance, recovery supports, and more.

    416 Bay St. South Bay, Saint John, New Brunswick E2M 7L4

    Phone: (506) 674-4300

    Fax: (506) 674-4374

    Other Services

    New Brunswick Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Centre of Excellence

    Phone: (506) 862-3783

  • Chile

    Treatment Services

    Centro de Investigación y Asistencia a las Drogodependencias Amapolas Treatment services for addictions, including alcohol

    2095 Providencia Santiago de Chile

    Phone: 22 225-4444

  • Connecticut

    Treatment Services

    2-1-1 Infoline Toll free service in Connecticut providing information and referrals for pregnancy, substance abuse, family crisis, suicide crisis hotline.

    Toll Free: (800) 203-1234

    Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services – Prevention services are comprised of six key strategies including information dissemination, education, alternative activities, strengthening communities, promoting positive values, and problem identification and referral to services.

    410 Capitol Avenue, PO Box 341431 Hartford, CT 06134

    Phone: (860) 418-6826; (860) 418-7000

    Contact: Carol Meredith, carol.meredith@ct.gov

    Connecticut Renaissance – Outpatient and residential treatment for adolescents and adults with facilities in Bridgeport, Norwalk, Stamford and Waterbury.

    350 Fairfield Ave. Suite 701 Bridgeport, CT 06604

    Phone: (203) 336-5225; (203) 866-2541

    The Connection – Outpatient, residential, and community-based treatment services.

    100 Roscommon Dr, Ste. 203 Middletown, CT 06457

    Phone: (860) 343-5500

    High Watch Recovery Center – Integrates the latest breakthroughs in addiction medicine alongside the spiritual teachings of AA's 12 Steps.

    P.O. Box 607 Kent, CT 06757

    Phone: (860) 927-3772 Toll Free: (888) 493-5368

    Email: admissions@highwatchrecovery.com

    Liberation Programs

    129 Glover Avenue Norwalk, CT 06850

    Phone: (203) 851-2077

    Email: info@liberationprograms.org

    Outpatient and inpatient treatment, supportive housing, and more.

    Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc (MCCA) Primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area.

    38 Old Ridgebury Road Danbury, CT 06810

    Phone: (877) 874-6222

    Rushford – Offers a variety of substance abuse treatment options.

    883 Paddock Avenue Meriden, CT 06450

    Phone: (877) 577-3233

    Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc – Outpatient, inpatient, and support services for individuals with substance use disorders.

    37 Camp Mooween Road Lebanon, CT 06249

    Phone: (860) 886-2495

    Fax: (860) 887-0007

    Statewide Services

    Ann Cady - Parent and licensed professional counselor.

    655 E Main Street Norwich, CT 06360

    Phone: (860) 608-3835

    Email: revmrskd@aol.com

    The Arc of Connecticut – The Arc Connecticut is an advocacy organization committed to protecting the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and promoting opportunities for their inclusion in the life of their communities.

    200 Research Pkwy Meriden, CT 06450-7171

    Phone: (203) 514-3028

    Casey Family Services – Post-adoption counseling.

    789 Reservoir Ave Bridgeport, CT 06606

    Phone: (203) 372-3722 Toll Free: (888) 799-KIDS

    Email: info@caseyfamilyservices.org

    Connecticut Clearinghouse – Statewide resource center for information about alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and related issues affecting mental health and wellness.

    334 Farmington Avenue Plainville, CT 06062

    Phone: (860) 793-9791 Toll Free: (800) 232-4424

    Fax: (860) 793-9813

    Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center – It is CPAC’s mission to support families in their efforts on behalf of their children with disabilities.

    338 Main Street Niantic, CT 06357

    Phone: (860) 739-3089 Toll Free: (800) 445-2722

    Fax: (860) 739-7460

    Email: cpac@cpacinc.org www.cpacinc.org

    Department of Developmental Services Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    460 Capitol Avenue Hartford, CT 06106

    Phone: (860) 418-6000 Toll Free: (866) 737-0330

    The Glenholme School, Devereux – A residential school that has been successful in helping children/teenagers with FASD. They will accept NY residents as well.

    81 Sabbaday Lane Washington, CT 06793

    Phone: (860) 868-7377

    March of Dimes – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality through research, services, education and advocacy.

    500 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 8 Glastonbury, CT 06033

    Phone: (860) 815-9365

    Fax: (860) 815-9366

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Neurology Services, LLC – In addition to diagnosis, they help children and families cope with the challenges surrounding their disabilities, make progress, and achieve their potential.

    147 Saybrook Road Middletown, CT 06457

    Phone: (860) 635-3600

    Fax: (860) 635-2300

    Email: ctneurokids@yahoo.com

    Contact: Dr. Michele Kleiman

    Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Child Development Center – The Child Development Center is comprised of a team of specialists who provide evaluation and consultation services for children and adolescents by bridging medical, developmental, behavioral and educational facets to produce a comprehensive view of the child.

    282 Washington Street Hartford, CT 06106

    Phone: (860) 545-9000

    Yale University School of Medicine, Division of Genetics – Clinical genetics services include inpatient consultation and care, general, subspecialty, and prenatal genetics clinics, and clinical laboratories for cytogenetics, DNA diagnostics, and biochemical diagnostics.

    333 Cedar Street New Haven, CT 06510

    Phone: (203) 785-2660

    Fax: (203) 785-3404

  • Maine

    Treatment Services

    Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services, Maine – Statewide association of treatment and peer recovery programs.

    295 Water Street, Suite 307 Augusta, ME 04330

    Phone: (207) 621-8118

    Catholic Charities, Behavioral Health Network – Outpatient substance abuse treatment with daytime, evening, and walk-in appointments.

    11 Baxter Blvd., 2nd Floor Portland, Maine 04101

    Phone: (207) 775-5671

    Fax: (207) 871-1243

    Crossroads for Women – The program provides in-patient chemical-dependency treatment for women, either pregnant or not. Crossroads has some accommodations for young children up to the age of 10.

    71 US Route One, Suite E Scarborough, ME 04074

    Phone: (877) 978-1667

    Email: info@crossroadsme.org

    Day One – Substance abuse services and treatment for adolescents.

    525 Main Street South Portland, ME 04106

    Phone: (207) 767-0991

    Milestone Recovery – Detoxification and treatment services, as well as housing resources for homeless individuals.

    65 India St. Portland, ME 04101

    Phone: (207) 775-4790

    Wellspring Infinity House, Women with Children Residential – Long term residential program for pregnant women and those parenting children 0-5.

    Phone: (207) 217-6550

    Fax: (207) 307-7188

    Wellspring Outpatient and Administrative Offices – Substance abuse assessment and outpatient treatment, with counseling for co-occurring disorders.

    255 Hammond St., Bangor, Maine 04401

    Phone: (207) 941-1612 Fax: (207) 941-1634

    Wellspring Women’s Residential House – The women’s program is a long term (4-6 month), residential program with 14 beds and is designed to treat women with a history of chronic substance use disorder and co-occurring disorder.

    319 State St. Bangor, Maine 04401

    Phone: (207) 941-1639

    Fax: (207) 941-1620

    The Women’s Project, The Opportunity Alliance – Nurses will assist women with substance abuse problems.

    50 Lydia Lane South Portland, ME 04106

    Phone: (207) 523-5049 Toll Free: (877) 429-6884

    Statewide Services

    Disability Rights Center of Maine – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    160 Capitol St, Suite 4 Augusta, ME 04330

    Phone: (207) 626-2774 Toll Free: (800) 452-1948

    Fax: (207) 621-1419

    Email: advocate@drme.org

    Families And Children Together – Family-focused agency that encourages and fosters the development and healing of children facing emotional and behavioral challenges.

    304 Hancock Street Suite 2B Bangor, ME 04401

    Phone: (207) 941-2347

    Email: info@familiesandchildren.org

    KFI – KFI recognizes the importance of community, particularly in rural sections of Maine and so brings supports to the persons receiving services.

    1024 Central Street, Suite A Millinocket, ME 04462

    Phone: (207) 723-9466

    Fax: (207) 723-5099

    Maine Parent Federation – Informational materials for parents of children with disabilities are provided through the mail, and through a quarterly newsletter.

    484 Maine Ave. 2D Farmingdale, ME 04344

    Phone: (207) 588-1933 Toll Free: (800) 870-7746

    Fax: (207) 588-1938

    Email: parentconnect@mps.org

    March of Dimes, Maine Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    136 US Route One Scarborough, ME 04074

    Phone: (207) 289-2080 Fax: (207) 289-2081

    Muskie School, Child Welfare Training Institute – Provides intensive training programs for foster and adoptive parents; FAS/FAE is one element of the training. Not limited to training in the state of Maine.

    12 East Chestnut Street Augusta, ME 04330

    Phone: (207) 626-5200

    Fax: (207) 626-5210

    Southern Maine Parent Awareness, Parent Support Program – Parent groups for families with children with disabilities.

    5 Dunaway Drive, Sanford, Maine 04073

    Phone: (207) 324-7955

    Fax: (207) 324-6050

    Email: connect@waban.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Eastern Maine Medical Center, Genetics Clinic – Provides initial genetic evaluation, assessment and ongoing management for persons with a known genetic condition.

    489 State Street Bangor, ME 04401

    Phone: (207) 275-4251

    Maine Medical Partners Pediatric Specialty Care – Genetic counseling and development disorders services.

    1577 Congress Street, 2nd Floor Portland, ME 04102

    Phone: (207) 662-5522

    Contact: Wendy E. Smith

    Email: smithw@mmc.org

    New England Regional Genetics Group – Part of the national Organization of Teratology Information Services, providing services to professionals and families in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

    Phone: (207) 287-5357 Toll Free: (800) 606-0215

    Contact: Ellie Mulcahy

    Email: eleanor.a.mulcahy@maine.gov

  • Massachusetts

    Treatment Services

    The Addiction Referral Center – Addiction treatment services, including 12-step meetings.

    33 Main Street Marlborough, MA 01752

    Phone: (508) 485-4357

    Email: Director@TheArc-Metrowest.com

    Advocates – Addiction counseling and residential programs.

    1881 Worcester Road Framingham, MA 01701

    Phone: (508) 628-6300 Toll Free: (800) 640-5432 (24-hour crisis support)

    Email: Info@Advocates.org

    Berkshire Health Systems, Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health – Clinical Collaborative of comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services.

    725 North Street Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Phone: (413) 447-2167

    Fax: (413) 447-2041

    Grayken Center for Addiction, Boston Medical Center – Addiction treatment programs.

    One Boston Medical Center Place Boston, MA 02118

    Phone: (617) 414-6926

    Hope House – Residential, outpatient, and housing services for individuals with substance use disorders.

    8 Farnham Street Boston, MA 02119

    Phone: (617) 971-9360 (Addiction Services); (617) 971-9370 (Outpatient Services)

    Fax: (617) 971-9366

    Institute for Health and Recovery – Funded by the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, the Institute makes referrals to recovery homes for women.

    349 Broadway, 2nd Floor Cambridge, MA 02139

    Phone: (617) 661-3991 Toll Free: (866) 705-2807

    Fax: (617) 661-7277

    Contact: Norma Finkelstein, Ph.D., Director

    Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services – Funds treatment for substance-using pregnant women; in some treatment centers newborn or other young children can be accommodated. Massachusetts has regional Prevention Centers in all areas of the state.

    250 Washington Street Boston, MA 02108

    Phone: (617) 624-5111

    Steppingstone Incorporated – Residential, treatment, and housing programs for women with substance use disorder, as well as pregnancy support.

    Phone: (508) 674-2788

    Swift River – Treatment for substance abuse, including dual diagnoses. Incorporates outdoor adventure as part of recovery.

    151 South St. Cummington, MA 01026

    Phone: (844) 906-0978

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Massachusetts – The mission of The Arc of Massachusetts is to enhance the lives of individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We accomplish this through advocacy of supports and services based in the community.

    217 South Street Waltham, MA 02453

    Phone: (781) 891-6270

    Email: arcmass@arcmass.org

    Denise Sullivan, Chair, Community for Disabled

    P.O. Box 4506 Chicopee, MA 01014

    Phone: (413) 594-1125

    Fax: (413) 594-2832 (call first)

    Email: tas.des@verizon.net

    Disability Law Center, Inc. – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with disabilities.

    11 Beacon Street, Suite 925, Boston, MA 02108

    Phone: (617) 723-8455 Toll Free: (800) 872-9992

    Fax: (617) 723-9125

    Email: mail@dlc-ma.org

    Donna Miller, Parent

    5 Simmons Street Assonet, MA 02702

    Email: ourfamilyof5@verizon.net

    Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry – Provides support for adoptive parents and children, as well as those in foster care.

    800 Washington Street Proger Building, 2nd floor Boston, MA 02111

    Phone: (617) 636-5731

    Contact: Laurie Miller

    Grace Chang, FASD Expert Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Medical Director, Detoxification and Residential Substance Abuse Treatment

    Email: Gchang@partners.org

    Joan Granitsas, R.N., Parent

    280 Beach Street Revere, MA 02151

    Phone: (781) 289-5057

    March of Dimes, Massachusetts Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    112 Turnpike Road, Suite 102 Westborough, MA 01581

    Phone: (508) 366-9066

    Fax: (508) 366-6634

    Massachusetts FASD State Coordination

    349 Broadway Cambridge, MA 02139

    Phone: (617) 661-3991 Toll Free: (866) 705-2807

    Fax: (619) 661-7277

    Contact: Enid Watson, MD

    Email: enidwatson@healthrecovery.org

    Mother to Baby Massachusetts – Provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Rhode Island.

    9 Hope Avenue Waltham, MA 02453

    Phone: (781) 216-2841 Toll Free: (800) 322-5014; (866) 626-6847 (Español)

    Parent-Professional Advocacy League (PPAL) – Part of Federation for Children with Special Needs, a statewide network of support families for children and teens with mental, emotional or behavioral problems.

    15 Court Square, Suite 660 Boston, MA 02108 Toll Free: (866) 815-8122

    Fax: (617) 542-7832

    Email: info@ppal.net www.ppal.net/

    Robert Boylston, M.S.W. – Treats children and adolescents with behavioral and developmental problems. Specializes in working with adopted children.

    152 North Street, Suite 330 Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Phone: (413) 443-8480

    Fax: (413) 443-8455

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Berkshire Health Systems, Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health – Clinical Collaborative of comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services.

    725 North Street Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Phone: (413) 447-2167

    Fax: (413) 447-2041

    Franciscan Children’s Hospital – At Franciscan Hospital for Children, the mission is to provide compassionate care and education to children with special health care needs and to help them reach their full potential.

    30 Warren Street Brighton, MA 02135

    Phone: (617) 254-3800

    Fax: (617) 787-6936

    Contact: Jane O’Brien, M.D., Geneticist

    Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Pediatric Neurology – Diagnosis of FAS, FAE and ARND (alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder).

    55 Fruit Street Boston, MA 02114

    Phone: (617) 724-6400

    Fax: (617) 724-9610

    Contact: Elizabeth Dooling, M.D.; (617) 726-3877

    North Shore Medical Center, Pediatric Neurology – All neurological, neuromuscular and neurogenetic conditions of infants, children and adolescents are diagnosed and treated, including FASD.

    57 Highland Avenue Salem, MA 01970

    Phone: (978) 354-2795

    UMass Memorial Medical Center, The Child and Adolescent NeuroDevelopment Initiative – The Child and Adolescent NeuroDevelopment Initiative (CANDI) is a research program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School dedicated to neuroimaging and treatment studies of individuals with mood disorders, trauma, and developmental disabilities.

    55 Lake Avenue North Worcester, MA 01655

    Phone: (774) 455-4100

    Contact: Jean Frazier, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division Director

    William DeBassio, M.D., Pediatric Neurologist

    850 Harrison Ave 6th Floor Boston, MA 02118

    Phone: (617) 414-4501

    Contact: William DeBassio

  • New Hampshire

    Treatment Services

    Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services – Treatment resources for pregnant clients and others with addictions.

    129 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301-3852

    Toll Free: (844) 711-4357 (Statewide Addiction Crisis Line)

    Hannah House Abbott Street – Inpatient help for teens from New Hampshire and Vermont who are pregnant mothers; some of these patients have substance abuse disorders.

    P.O. Box 591 Lebanon, NH 03766

    Phone: (603) 448-5339 Fax: (603) 448-5398

    Email: hannah.house.inc@valley.net

    Headrest, Inc. – Provides outpatient substance-abuse treatment services, a few shelter beds, and other services for drug abuse and alcoholism.

    14 Church Street Lebanon, NH 03766

    Phone: (603) 448-4872; (603) 448-4400 (Crisis Hotline); (800) 639-6095 (Teen Line)

    Fax: (603) 448-1829

    Phoenix House New England – Treatment services for individuals with substance use disorder.

    Toll Free: (888) 671-9392

    Plymouth House – In patient substance use treatment based on the 12-step program.

    446 Main St. Plymouth, NH 03264

    Phone: (603) 536-5500 Toll Free: (800) 428-8459

    Fax: (603) 536-1241

    Email: info@theplymouthhouse.com

    Statewide Services

    Disabilities Rights Center – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    64 North Main Street, Suite 2, 3rd Floor Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 228-0432 Toll Free: (800) 834-1721

    Fax: (603) 225-2077

    Email: advocacy@drcnh.org

    March of Dimes, New Hampshire Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    Phone: (603) 228-0317

    Fax: (603) 228-0318

    Email: NH634@marchofdimes.com

    New Hampshire Department of Health: Children, Youth and Families Division – Provide a wide range of family-centered services with the goal of meeting the needs of parents and their children and strengthening the family system.

    97 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 271-4451 Toll Free: (800) 852-3345

    New Hampshire Bureau of Developmental Services – Service coordination for community supports; available for consultations by telephone.

    105 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 271-5034 Toll Free: (800) 852-3345, ext. 5034

    New Hampshire Family Voices – This parent-run center provides free technical assistance and emotional support to families of children and youth with special health care needs and the professionals who serve them.

    129 Pleasant Drive Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 271-4525 Toll Free: (800) 852-3345, ext. 4525

    Contact: Martha Jean Madison and Terry Ohlson, Co-Directors

    Email: nhfamilyvoices@nhfv.org

    Parent Information Center – Assistance and advocacy for families who have children placed in special education. Occasionally free parent trainings are offered around the state; otherwise parents pay for telephone consultations.

    54 Old Suncook Road Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 224-7005 Toll Free: (800) 947-7005

    Fax: (603) 224-4365

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Department of Neurology

    1 Medical Center Drive Lebanon, NH 03756

    Phone: (603) 650-5000

    Warren Fitzgerald, Ph.D., Psychologist – Sees patients with FAS/FAE for follow-up, early intervention and family therapy. Dr. Fitzgerald occasionally works with youth who have been arrested for felonies.

    54 S State Street Concord, NH 03301

    Phone: (603) 224-5140

  • Quebec
    Canada Rehab-Quebec – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in Quebec.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

  • Rhode Island

    Treatment Services

    AdCare Rhode Island – Detoxification and residential treatment.

    1950 Tower Hill Road North Kingstown, RI 02852

    Phone: (800) 252-6465

    Caritas House – Inpatient treatment for girls aged 13-17.

    70 East Street Cranston, RI 02920

    Phone: (401) 463-8829

    Community Care Alliance – Offers a variety of treatment services.

    PO Box 1700 Woonsocket, RI 02895

    Phone: (401) 235-7000

    Phoenix House – Holistic treatment approach with multidisciplinary teams.

    Phone: (888) 671-9392

    The Providence Center – Helps adults, adolescents and children affected by psychiatric illnesses, emotional problems and addictions by providing treatment and supportive services within a community setting.

    528 North Main Street Providence, RI 02904

    Phone: (401) 528-0123

    Statewide Resources

    Child and Family – Long-term services and therapeutic foster care are available.

    1268 Eddy St. Providence, RI

    Phone: (401) 781-3669

    Fax: (401) 781-0945

    Children’s Friend – Social work counseling for children.

    153 Summer Street Providence, RI 02903

    Phone: (401) 276-4300

    Fax: (401) 331-3285

    Email: info@cfsri.org

    March of Dimes, Rhode Island Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    220 West Exchange Street, Suite 003 Providence , RI 02903

    Phone: (401) 454-1911

    Fax: (401) 454-1970

    Rhode Island Arc, Blackstone Valley Chapter – FAS advocacy, training and education.

    500 Prospect St. Wing B, Suite 203 Pawtucket, RI 02860

    Phone: (401) 727-0150 Toll Free: (800) 257-6092

    Rhode Island Disability Law Center, Inc. – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    275 Westminster Street, Suite 401 Providence, RI 02903-3434

    Phone: (401) 831-3150 Toll Free: (401) 831-5335

    Fax: (401) 274-5568

    Email: info@ridlc.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Hasbro Children’s Hospital

    110 Lockwood St #234 Providence, RI 02903

    Phone: (401) 444-3500

  • Vermont

    Treatment Services

    Brattleboro Retreat – Several treatment levels for substance use including inpatient, partial hospital and outpatient addiction services for adults and youth.

    1 Anna Marsh Lane

    P.O. Box 803 Brattleboro, VT 05302

    Phone: (802) 257-7785

    Community Care Network – Provides a variety of services for adults, including assessment and referral for substance abuse services, intensive outpatient treatment, and continuing care to sustain recovery.

    78 South Main Street Rutland, VT 05701

    Phone: (802) 775-2381; (802) 775-1000 (emergency hotline)

    Families in Recovery – Provides year-long residential treatment for women with co-occurring substance abuse disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. Children up to age 6 can be accommodated.

    139 Main Street Brattleboro, VT 05301

    Phone: (802) 258-2804

    Fax: (802) 258-2806

    Contact: Michelle Rider, Director

    Northeast Kingdom Human Services-Derby – Adult outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs for those with co-occurring mental health disorders.

    181 Crawford Rd Newport, VT 05855

    Phone: (802) 334-6744 Toll Free: (800) 696-4979

    Email: info@nkhs.net

    Northeast Kingdom Human Services-St. Johnsbury – Adult outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs for those with co-occurring mental health disorders.

    2225 Portland St St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    Phone: (802) 748-3181 Toll Free: (800) 649-0118

    Email: info@nkhs.net

    Recovery House, Inc. – Offers comprehensive treatment for substance abuse, including safe beds for those arrested for public intoxication, residential detoxification, residential treatment, and a halfway home.

    98 Church St. Wallingford, VT 05773

    Phone: (802) 446-2640

    Spring Lake Ranch Therapeutic Community – Licensed residential treatment and a variety of transitional options; it is a working community in which everyone contributes.

    1169 Spring Lake Road Cuttingsville, Vermont 05738

    Phone: (802) 492-3322

    Fax: (802) 492-3331

    Treatment Associates, Inc., Montpelier – Treatment services with psychiatrist, physicians, mental health counselors, social workers, substance abuse counselors, and psychotherapists. Includes buprenorphine management.

    73 Main Street, Suite 27 Montpelier, VT 05602

    Phone: (802) 225-8355

    Fax: (802) 223-8105

    Treatment Associates, Inc., Morrisville – Treatment services with psychiatrist, physicians, mental health counselors, social workers, substance abuse counselors, and psychotherapists. Includes buprenorphine management.

    P.O. Box 1099, 65 Portland St. Morrisville, VT 05661

    Phone: (802) 888-0079

    Fax: (802) 223-8105

    Vermont Department of Health, Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs – Referrals for pregnant patients who have substance abuse problems.

    108 Cherry St. Burlington, VT 05402

    Phone: (802) 651-1550

    Contact: Tom Perras, Director

    Email: tperras@vdh.state.vt.us

    Statewide Services

    Baird School, Howard Center – The Baird School offers an alternative educational environment for children ages 5-14 years, grades K-8.

    1138 Pine St. Burlington, VT 05401

    Phone: (802) 488-6800

    Disability Rights Vermont – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    141 Main St., Suite 7 Montpelier, VT 05602

    Phone: (802) 229-1355 Toll free: (800) 834-7890

    Fax: (802) 229-1359

    Email: vtpa@together.net

    The Green Mountain FASD Project – News and publications, trainings, and resources on FASD prevention.

    208 Colchester Ave. Burlington, VT 05405

    Phone: (802) 656-1143

    Fax: (802) 656-1357

    Contact: Susan Marie Ryan, PhD, RTC

    Consultant Email: Susan.ryan@uvm.edu

    Helen Strom-Henrickson, Parent – Helps with professional training in Vermont.

    P.O. Box 157 Readsboro, VT 05350

    Phone: (802) 423-5400

    March of Dimes, Vermont Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    57 South Main Street Waterbury, VT 05676

    Phone: (802) 560-4822

    Fax: (802) 560-4824

    Email: VT478@marchofdimes.com

    Mary Cosgrove, Parent – Available to help with teacher and health professional training in Vermont.

    121 Lyman Avenue Burlington, VT 05401

    Phone: (802) 863-3363

    Vermont Children’s Aid Society – Resource agency for biological and adoptive families with children who have special needs as well as for families of typical children.

    13 Kilburn Street Burlington, VT 05401

    Phone: (800) 479-0015

    Vermont Family Network – Support and services for families and children with disabilities.

    600 Blair Park Road, Suite 240 Williston, VT 05495

    Toll Free: (800) 800-4005

    Email: info@vtfin.org

    Diagnosis

    University of Vermont Medical Center

    111 Colchester Ave Burlington, VT 05401

    Phone: (802) 847-8200

    Contact: Edward Emery, M.D., Neurologist

    Vermont Department of Health, Child Development Clinics

    P.O. Box 70 Burlington, VT 05402

    Phone: (802) 863-7315

    Fax: (802) 863-7635

    Contact: Kathleen Benoit

    Email: Kbenoit@vdh.state.vt.us

District II

  • Bermuda

    Treatment Services

    Turning Point Substance Abuse Programme, Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute – Turning Point’s treatment services include Intensive Detox Unit, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Methadone Maintenance Treatment Programme, and more.

    Phone: (441) 239-2038; (441) 236-3770 ext. 3403

  • New York

    Treatment Services

    The Family Center – Family support and women’s wellness center, with referrals for addiction treatment.

    493 Nostrand Avenue, 3rd Floor Brooklyn, NY 11216

    Phone: (718) 230-1379 Toll Free: (800) 219-4522

    Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Chelsea – Drug and alcohol treatment center.

    322 8th Avenue, 12th Floor New York City, NY 10001

    Phone: (212) 420-9520 Toll Free: (844) 576-0436

    Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Tribeca – Drug and alcohol treatment center.

    283 West Broadway New York City, NY 10013

    Phone: (212) 226-1114 Toll Free: (877) 627-3972

    North Country Prenatal/Perinatal Council, Inc. – Provides case management services for high risk women and children.

    200 Washington Street, Suite 300 Watertown, NY 13601

    Phone: (315) 788-8533 Toll Free: (800) 279-8679

    NYS Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services – The toll-free hotline can make referrals for adults and children to alcoholism and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs across New York.

    1450 Western Avenue Albany, NY 12203

    Phone: (518) 473-3460

    Phoenix House – Treatment services for substance abuse. Call the toll free number for referral to the nearest location; locations in Brentwood, Brooklyn, East Hampton, Hauppauge, Lake Ronkonkoma, Long Island City, Springfield Gardens, and Wainscott.

    Toll Free: (888) 671-9392

    The Prevention Network – The Prevention Network provides prevention, information and intervention services in central NY state. They have several initiatives currently focused on neo-natal health and FASD.

    906 Spencer Street Syracuse, NY 13204

    Phone: (315) 471-1359

    Statewide Services

    The Arc New York – A family-based organization working with and for people with developmental and other disabilities.

    29 British American Blvd. 2nd Floor Latham, NY 12110

    Phone: (518) 439-8311

    Email: Info@TheArcNY.org

    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York – Adoption, foster care, and other services for at-risk children and youth.

    1011 First Avenue, 11th Floor New York, NY 10022

    Toll Free: (888) 744-7900

    Center for Disability Services – Provides programs and services for individuals with disabilities in upstate NY.

    314 So. Manning Blvd. Albany NY 12208

    Contact: Dr. Harvey Scherer

    Phone: (518) 437-5700

    Chautauqua Alcohol and Substance Abuse Council – Provides education, screening, information and referral to individuals as well as education and training for professionals.

    501 W. Third Street, Suites 3 & 4 Sprinchorn Building Jamestown, NY 14701

    Phone: (716) 664-3608

    Email: info@casacweb.org

    Cindy Whitcomb – Parent

    245 East Main Street Victor, NY 14564

    Phone: (585) 924-2444

    Email: tctwhit@juno.com

    Council on Children and Families – Supports a variety of programs for children and families in New York.

    52 Washington Street West Building, Suite 99 Rensselaer, New York 12144

    Phone: (518) 473-3652

    Email: council@ccf.ny.gov

    Dianne O’Connor – Family contact

    Upstate New York

    Email: doconno2@nycap.rr.com

    Erie County Council for the Prevention of Alcohol & Substance Abuse (ECCPASA) – Pilot agency for SAMHSAs Partnership to Prevent FASD. The FADE Program offers a positive approach to meeting the challenges of prenatal exposure to alcohol and other drugs through prevention, intervention, and support services.

    1625 Hertel Avenue Buffalo, NY 14216

    Phone: (716) 831-2298

    Fax: (716) 831-9580

    Email: eccpasa@eccpasa.org

    Green Chimneys – Green Chimneys is a multi-faceted nonprofit organization helping young people to maximize their full potential by providing residential, educational, clinical and recreational services.

    400 Doansburg Road Brewster, NY 10509

    Phone: (845) 279-2995

    Growing Up Healthy Hotline – Information about healthcare, nutrition and other health & human services, including FASD. Operates 24/7 in English, Spanish and other languages.

    Toll Free: (800) 522-5006

    March of Dimes, Greater NY Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    515 Madison Avenue, 20th Floor New York, NY 10022

    Phone: (212) 353-8353

    Fax: (212) 475-3076

    March of Dimes, Upstate NY Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    435 Lawrence Bell Drive #9 Buffalo, NY 14221

    Phone: (716) 691-3805

    Fax: (716) 691-0240

    New York State Department of Health, Congenital Malformations Registry – The Congenital Malformations Registry (CMR) of the New York State Department of Health administers a Population-Based Surveillance of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in New York State.

    Contact: Charlotte Druschel, MD, MPH, Medical Director; Deborah Fox, MPH, Project Coordinator

    Email: cmd05@health.state.ny.us; djf03@health.state.ny.us

    New York State FASD Coordinator, New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services

    1450 Western Avenue Albany, NY 12203

    Phone: (518) 457-4384

    NOFAS Affiliate: DePaul’s National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Rochester Area (New York) – NCADD-RA provides education, information, support and referral for families and community members as well as professional education on a wide variety of addiction related topics to include FASD.

    1931 Buffalo Road Rochester, NY 14624

    Phone: (585) 719-3481, (585) 719-3484

    Fax: (585) 423-1908

    Contact: Elaine Alvarado, Administrative Assistant; Aracelis Ramos, Secretary (bilingual)

    Email: ealvarado@depaul.org; aramos@depaul.org

    NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council – This program helps New Yorkers with developmental disabilities receive the necessary services and support.

    99 Washington Avenue, Suite 1230 Albany, NY 12210

    Phone: (800) 395-3372

    Email: information@ddpc.ny.gov

    NYS Early Intervention Program – Can provide contact information on local early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.

    NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities – Offers an array of services and supports to help people with developmental disabilities. For individuals with hearing impairment use NY Relay System 7-1-1.

    44 Holland Avenue Albany, New York 12229

    Toll Free: (866) 946-9733 (information line)

    Parent to Parent of New York State – Parent to Parent of New York State builds a supportive network of families and empowers those who care for people with developmental disabilities to navigate and influence service systems and make informed decisions.

    500 Balltown Road Schenectady, NY 12304

    Phone: (518) 381-4350 Toll Free: (800) 305-8817

    Parsons Child & Family Center – Provides post-adoption services as well as FASD support groups for families.

    60 Academy Road Albany, NY 12208

    Phone: (518) 426-2600

    Pregnancy Risk Network, The Ferre Institute – At Pregnancy Risk Network (a free telephone information service), callers can get reliable information on specific questions about exposure in pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

    124 Front Street Binghamton, NY 13905

    Toll Free: (800) 724-2454

    Email: info@pregnancyrisknetwork.org

    Starbridge Inc. – Provides assistance and services to families of children with developmental disabilities.

    1650 South Avenue, Suite 200 Rochester, NY 14620

    Phone: (585) 546-1700

    Fax: (585) 224-7100

    Susan Lugar Associates – Private educational consultants for special education students.

    155 West 72nd Street, Suite 201 New York, NY 10023

    Phone: (212) 769-4644, ext. 103

    Contact: Susan Lugar, CSW

    Susan Rose – Susan is the Director of the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Support Network of New York City and Long Island.

    Email: smrose49@aol.com (ATTN FASSN)

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Capital Care Medical Group, Developmental Pediatrics – Specialty care includes Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics.

    7B Johnson Road Latham, NY 12110

    Phone: (518) 782-7733

    Email: dpcrinfo@capcare.com

    Contact: Susan Hull, RN

    The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore – Developmental and behavioral pediatrics, genetic counseling and mental health treatment.

    3415 Bainbridge Avenue Bronx, NY 10467

    Phone: (718) 741-2426

    Columbia University Department of Pediatrics, Division of Clinical Genetics – Diagnosis of FAS/FASD; sees children only

    3959 Broadway, 7N-718 New York, NY 10032

    Phone: (212) 305-6731

    Contact: Kwame Yeboa, M.D., FAS Specialist

    Email: ka8@columbia.edu

    FASD Diagnostic and Evaluation Clinic, Mt. Hope Family Center – The Clinic currently serves children and adolescents from infancy through age 16 years old. Services available include FASD diagnostic evaluations and neuropsychological assessments to identify the child or adolescent’s strengths and weaknesses to aid in treatment planning.

    187 Edinburgh Street Rochester, New York 14608

    Phone: (585) 275-2991 ext: 241

    Email: christie.petrenko@rochester.edu

    Contact: Christie Petrenko, Ph.D.

    Mid-Hudson Family Health Institute New Paltz Family Health Center – Behavioral health services.

    279 Main Street, Suite 102 New Paltz, NY 12561

    Phone: (845) 255-2930

    Montefiore Center for Congenital Disorders Division of Genetics – These doctors see children, teens, and adults.

    3415 Bainbridge Avenue Bronx, NY 10467

    Phone: (718) 741-2323

    Contact: Robert Marion, M.D.; Paul Levy, M.D

    Email: plevy@montefiore.org

    New York State Lab of Newborn Screening and Genetics Services – The Newborn Screening Program effectively identifies babies with certain disorders and is required for all newborns born in New York State unless the parents confirm, in writing, that they have a religious objection.

    120 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208

    Phone: (518) 473-7552

    Email: nbsinfo@health.ny.gov

    Rose F. Kennedy Children's Evaluation & Rehabilitation Center at Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Evaluations and individualized therapeutic interventions for clients with a broad spectrum of neurodevelopmental and related disabilities, including FAS and ARND.

    1225 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, New York 10461

    Phone: (718) 430-8500

    Steven Alter, PhD

    110-45 Queens Blvd, Suite A2 Forest Hills, NY 11375

    Phone: (718) 261-3363

    University at Buffalo, Genetics – Genetic diagnosis for children and adults.

    1001 Main Street, 4th Floor Buffalo, NY 14203

    Phone: (716) 323-0040

    University of Rochester School of Medicine, Division of Pediatric Genetics – Diagnostic genetic evaluations of children and adults

    601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14642

    Phone: (585) 275-5857

    Vincent Guarrera, DSW, LCSW

    20 Canterbury Road, Suite 2000 Great Neck, NY 11021

    Phone: (516) 829-9362

District III

  • Delaware

    Treatment Services

    Aquila, Georgetown – Accredited and Licensed agency dedicated to identifying and treating substance abusing dually diagnosed adolescents and young adults.

    10 N. Railroad Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947

    Phone: (302) 856-9746

    Aquila, Wilmington – Accredited and Licensed agency dedicated to identifying and treating substance abusing dually diagnosed adolescents and young adults.

    1812 Newport Gap Pike Wilmington, DE 19808

    Phone: (302) 999-1106

    Brandywine Counseling, Inc. – Provides FASD prevention education and drug and alcohol treatment, and works with young people who have FASD.

    2713 Lancaster Avenue Wilmington, DE 19805

    Phone: (302) 656-2348

    Claymont Community Center – Addiction treatment programs for pregnant and post-partum women and their children.

    3301 Green Street Claymont, DE 19703

    Phone: (302) 792-2757

    Email: info@claymontcenter.org

    Delaware Health and Human Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health – Offer immediate resources to pregnant, substance-abusing women clients, their spouses or partners, and other family members.

    Herman M. Holloway, Sr. Campus, 1901 N. Du Pont Highway, Main Bldg New Castle, DE 19720

    Phone: (302) 255-9399

    Gateway Foundation – Gateway's substance abuse treatment programs for women are designed to meet unique biological, psychological, social, and familial needs that women have.

    55 E. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 1500 Chicago, IL 60604

    Phone: (877) 381-6538

    Horizon House – Provides community-based, outpatient, and inpatient treatment options.

    1902 Maryland Avenue Wilmington, DE 19805

    Phone: (302) 655-7108

    Statewide Resources

    The Arc of Delaware – The Arc of Delaware promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and actively supports full inclusion and participation in the community through advocacy and services to individuals and their families.

    2 South Augustine Street, Suite B Wilmington, DE 19804

    Phone: (302) 996-9400, Toll Free: (844) 344-6524

    Fax: 302-996-0683

    Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. – Their Developmental Law Program (DLP) provides advocacy services to Delaware residents with physical or mental disabilities.

    100 West Tenth Street, Suite 801 Wilmington, DE 19801

    Phone: (302) 575-0690

    Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, Division of Family Services, Office of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services – Serves Delaware families through prevention and early intervention programs that promote safe and healthy children, nurture families and communities, support social and academic success, and improve early identification of needs.

    1825 Faulkland Road Wilmington, DE 19805

    Phone: (302) 633-2600

    Contact: Susan A. Cycyk, Director

    Email: opei.dscyf@state.de.us

    Dr. Charles Brill, Division of Pediatric Neurology, Department of Pediatrics DuPont Hospital for Children – Diagnoses and treats newborns, infants, children, and adolescents with a wide range of neurological conditions.

    1600 Rockland Rd Wilmington, Delaware 19803

    Phone: (302) 651-4200, (302) 651-5930

    Family SHADE Support and Healthcare Alliance Delaware – Delaware’s Family SHADE is a collaborative alliance of family partners and organizations committed to improving the quality of life for children and youth with special health care needs by connecting families and providers to information, resources and services.

    Phone: (855) 755-7423

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Task Force of Delaware – The mission of Delaware’s FASD Task Force is to provide leadership and foster effective collaboration in addressing FASD prevention and intervention statewide.

    Phone: (302) 777-9749, (302) 894-6760

    Contact: Mike McHugh, Catherine Townsend

    Email: mike.mchugh@cffde.org, catherine.townsend@aetna.com

    March of Dimes, Delaware – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    5620 Kirkwood Hwy Wilmington, DE 19808

    Phone: (302) 225-1020

    Email: DE614@marchofdimes.com

    Parent Information Center of Delaware, Inc. – PIC of DE promotes effective parent involvement through helping parents of children with disabilities become informed and skilled partners in their children’s education and post-school goals.

    404 Larch Circle Wilmington, DE 19804

    Phone: (302) 999-7394, Toll Free: (888) 547-4412

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Nemours Children’s Health System, Department of Genetics – Collaborate with various other medical specialty areas to create programs tailored to children with specific genetic and birth disorders.

    1600 Rockland Road Wilmington, DE 19803

    Phone: (800) 416-4441

  • Dominican Republic

    Treatment Services

    Always Hope – Substance abuse treatment and resources. Full services alcohol and drug addiction treatment center run by Canadians.

    Phone: (829) 932-0123

    Email: contact@always-hope.ca

    Caribbean Coast Recovery Center

    Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

    Phone: (849) 941-7500, Toll Free: (844) 433-7867

  • New Jersey

    Treatment Services

    New Jersey Department of Health, FASD Prevention & Perinatal Addictions Treatment Projects – Perinatal Addictions Specialists work in prenatal clinics & maternal & child health consortia across the state. They are specially trained to identify & refer patients who are substance abusers.

    50 E. State Street Trenton, NJ 08625

    Phone: (609) 292-5616

    Contact: Elizabeth Dahms

    New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services – Referral to treatment.

    Phone: (844) 276-2777

    Seashore Family Services of New Jersey, Brick – Substance abuse counseling center. Their services include laboratory drug tests, psychiatric assessments, individual counseling, group therapy and family therapy counseling sessions.

    35 Beaverson Blvd. Bldg 6, Ste A Brick, NJ 08723

    Phone: (732) 920-2700

    Fax: (732) 262-0707

    Seashore Family Services of New Jersey, Toms River – Substance abuse counseling center. Their services include laboratory drug tests, psychiatric assessments, individual counseling, group therapy and family therapy counseling sessions.

    226 Main Street Tom’s River, NJ 08753

    Phone: (732) 244-1600

    Fax: (732) 349-5532

    The Spring Lake Heights Counseling Center – Provides counseling for substance abuse as well as other emotional issues.

    620 Shore Rd. Spring Lake Heights, NJ 07762

    Phone: (732) 974-1978

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of New Jersey – The Arc of New Jersey is the state's largest organization advocating for and serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Services include the Developmentally Disabled Offenders Program, which provides services to persons in the criminal or juvenile justice systems.

    985 Livingston Avenue North Brunswick, NJ 08902

    Phone: (732) 246-2525

    Fax: (732) 214-1834

    Email: info@arcnj.org www.arcnj.org

    Disability Rights New Jersey – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    210 S Broad Street Trenton, NJ 08608

    Phone: (609) 292-9742, Toll Free: (800) 922-7233

    Fax: (609) 777-0187

    Loretta Shea Campbell – Foster parent with an adopted adult daughter who has FASD.

    15 Mary Lane Waldwick, NJ 07463

    Phone: (201) 444-9428

    March of Dimes, New Jersey Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality, through research, services, education and advocacy.

    2400 Main Street Ext, Suite 1 Sayreville, NJ 08872

    Phone: (732) 952-9010

    Fax: (732) 952-9025

    Mary DeJoseph, D.O., Parent – Biological mother of and adult son with FASD.

    609 Walnut Street Palmyra, NJ 08065

    Phone: (856) 786-2891

    New Jersey Department of Developmental Disabilities Provider Database – The Provider Search allows users to search for providers by name or services.

    New Jersey Department of Human Services, Office for the Prevention of Developmental Disabilities (OPDD) – The mission of OPDD is to reduce the frequency of occurrence of severe chronic mental or physical disabilities that originate during pregnancy or early childhood. This goal is pursued by many means, including through the New Jersey Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Task Force.

    P.O. Box 726 Trenton, NJ 08625-0726

    Phone: (609) 633-7378

    Fax: (609) 292-1719

    Contact: Jonathan Sabin

    Email: Jonathan.Sabin@dhs.state.nj.us

    New Jersey/North East FASD Education and Training Center Director, Susan Adubato, Ph.D.; Consultant, Mary DeJoseph, DO – Available to provide trainings in prenatal alcohol and FASD.

    Email: nefasrtc@verizon.net

    New Jersey State FASD Coordinators, New Jersey Department of Health

    P.O. Box 364 Trenton, NJ 08625

    Phone: (609) 292-5616

    Contact: Elizabeth Dahms, Margaret Gray

    Email: elizabeth.dahms@doh.state.nj.us, margaret.gray@doh.state.nj.us

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Seashore House of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – Positive environment for child patients.

    4009 Black Horse Pike Mays Landing, NJ 08330

    Phone: (609) 677-7895

    Children’s Specialized Hospital, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Program – The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Program at Children’s Specialized Hospital treats patients with physical and/or mental defects resulting from maternal alcohol or drug use during pregnancy.

    Phone: (888) 244-5373

    K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center – Includes a Regional Fetal Alcohol Diagnostic Center.

    1945 Route 33, Suite 101-A Neptune, NJ 07753

    Phone: (732) 776-4178

    Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Child Development and Behavior – Provides assessment and treatment.

    201 Lyons Avenue Newark, NJ 07112

    Phone: (973) 926-7000

  • Pennsylvania

    Treatment Services

    Alternatives Regional Chemical Abuse Program – Intensive outpatient program, gives priority to pregnant women.

    70 S. 22nd Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203

    Phone: (412) 351-0222

    Greenbriar Treatment Center – Addiction recovery including detox, inpatient rehab, partial and intensive outpatient services, and a halfway house. Call or visit the website to find your nearest location.

    Several locations throughout Pennsylvania

    Phone: (800) 637-4673

    Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Bureau of Treatment, Prevention and Intervention – Referrals to treatment resources for pregnant women with alcohol and substance abuse problems.

    02 Kline Village Harrisburg, PA 17104

    Toll Free: (800) 662-4357

    Pyramid Health Inc. – Provide treatment for adults and teens suffering from addiction or substance abuse, as well as individuals with mental health disorders. Provides drug and alcohol detoxification.

    Locations throughout PA.

    Phone: (888) 694-9996

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Pennsylvania – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    301 Chestnut St, Suite 403, Harrisburg, PA 17101

    Phone: (717) 234-2621, Toll Free: (877) 337-1970

    Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. – Programs focus on increasing resiliency for managing change and life transitions for individuals with FASD.

    100 A Cascade Drive Allentown, PA 18109

    Phone: (610) 443-1595

    Fax: (610) 443-1598

    Email: info@thechc.org

    Deloris Miller, Parent

    154 N Laurel Street Manheim, PA 17545

    Phone: (717) 665-5065

    Disability Rights Pennsylvania, Harrisburg – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    301 Chestnut St., Suite 300 Harrisburg, PA 17101

    Phone: (717) 236-8110, Toll Free: (800) 692-7443

    Fax: (717) 236-0192

    Disability Rights Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1315 Walnut St., Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Phone: (215) 238-8070

    Disability Rights Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    429 Fourth Avenue, Suite 701 Pittsburgh, PA 15219

    Phone: (412) 391-5225

    Gladys Stefany, Parent

    403 Leisure Loop Milford, PA 18337

    Phone: (570) 296-6688

    Email: stefany@pikeonline.net

    Magee-Women’s Hospital, Center for Medical Genetics and Genomics – Our diverse team of medical geneticists and genetic counselors helps families understand genetic disease, provides information about risk factors, and explains and interprets genetic tests. Also provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals in western Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

    200 Lothrop Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    Phone: (412) 647-8762

    March of Dimes, Pennsylvania – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    435 Devon Park Dr Wayne, PA 19087

    Phone: (610) 945-6050

    Fax: (610) 945-6060

    Email: PA437@marchofdimes.com

    Neta Kerstetter, Foster Parent, FAS Trainer, Advocate

    RD2 Box 551 Shamokin, PA 17872

    Phone: (570) 797-2280 ext. 5

    Sandra Stout, Foster Parent

    98 Morwood Road Telford, PA 18969

    Phone: (215) 721-3206

    Email: fasammy@prodigy.net

    Special Kids Network – Referral network for families of children and adults with special needs. Support groups are available in 6 regions of the state.

    Toll Free: (800) 986-4550

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Harold White, M.D.

    219 S Queen Street Lancaster, PA 17603

    Phone: (717) 394-7121

    Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Philhaven Hospital – Behavioral healthcare for adults, children and families in Central Pennsylvania.

    283 S Butler Road Mount Gretna, PA 17064

    Phone: (717) 273-8871, Toll Free: (800) 932-0359

    Contact: Francis Sparrow, M.D., Psychiatrist

District IV

  • Argentina

    Treatment Services

    Alcohólicos Anónimos Av. Córdoba – Alcohólicos Anónimos es una comunidad de hombres y mujeres que comparten su mutua experiencia, fortaleza y esperanza para resolver su problema común y ayudar a otros a recuperarse del alcoholismo.

    966 - piso 11° oficina "J" (1054) Ciudad de Buenos Aires

    Phone: (011) 4325-1813

    Fax (011) 4325-0067

    Email: osg@aa.org.ar

    Sanatorio Morra – Addiction treatment and other services.

    Av. Sagrada Familia esq. Nazaret Bº Urca CP X5009BIN, Córdoba Capital

    Phone: 54-351-482-2191, 54-351-481-8335

  • District of Columbia

    Treatment Services

    DC Healthy Start – Healthy Start is a free program for pregnant women, parenting mothers (infants up to 2 years of age), females of childbearing age and fathers (infants up to the age of 1 year) in Wards 5, 6, 7 and 8. Services include substance abuse screening and case management.

    Phone: (800) 666-2229

    Fax: (202) 671-0854

    Family and Medical Counseling Service, Inc. – Services include substance abuse counseling and case management.

    2041 Martin Luther King Jr., Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20020

    Phone: (202) 889-7900

    Howard University Medical Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology – The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Howard University Hospital offers comprehensive care for women of all ages, including during pregnancy and birth.

    2041 Georgia Avenue Washington, DC 20060

    Phone: (202) 865-1161

    Fax: (202) 865-6922

    Contact: Barbara Westley, M.D.

    Phoenix House Metro DC, Arlington Demeter House – Nationally-accredited, residential substance use disorder treatment program, serves women in a gender-specific setting that is comfortable and feels like home. Pregnant women are eligible for admission, and mothers entering treatment may bring one child with them.

    Phone: (888) 671-9392

    District-wide Services

    The Arc of the United States – The Arc provides information about FASD and serves people with FASDs and related disabilities through their over 720 state and local chapters.

    1825 K Street NW, Suite 1200 Washington, DC 20006

    Phone: (202) 534-3700, Toll Free: (800) 433-5255

    Fax: (202) 534-3731

    Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development – Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD), strives to foster a stronger society by promoting the well-being of ALL children, adults and families and creating more inclusive communities.

    3300 Whitehaven Street, NW, Suite 3300 Washington, DC 20007

    Phone: (202) 687-5000

    Fax: (202) 687-1954

    National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS) – Develops and implements innovative community based and culturally appropriate prevention, intervention, education and advocacy strategies nationwide. The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome sponsors a free family support group meeting for anyone who has been affected by FASD. Quarterly meetings held at: Holy Cross Hospital 1500 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, MD.

    1200 Eton Court NW, Third Floor Washington, DC 20007

    Phone: (202) 785-4585, Toll Free: (800) 66-NOFAS

    Fax: (202) 466-6456

    Contact: Tom Donaldson, President; Kathy Mitchell

    Email: info@nofas.org, mitchell@nofas.org

    Reproductive Toxicology Center, A Non-Profit Foundation – We will provide information on teratogens world-wide. Use the contact form on the website for fastest response to questions.

    2737 Devonshire Pl NW #120 Washington DC 20008-3459

    Phone: (703) 203-6040

    Email: reprotox@reprotox.org

    University Legal Services – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    220 I St NE #130 Washington, DC 20002

    Phone: (202) 547-0198

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s National Health System, Genetics and Metabolism – Our division coordinates the multidisciplinary care of children with genetic, metabolic and undiagnosed disorders in collaboration with primary care physicians and specialists from other divisions at Children’s National.

    111 Michigan Avenue NW Washington, DC 20010-2970

    Phone: (202) 476-2187

    Howard University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health – Parenting and addiction recovery groups are offered. Dr. Quinton works with the DC public schools to arrange screening for 4-year-olds. Those who appear at risk of FAS/E are referred to diagnostic centers.

    2041 Georgia Avenue NW Washington, DC 20060

    Phone: (202) 865-7677

  • Georgia

    Treatment Services

    ExecuCare Addiction Recovery Center – This outpatient addiction treatment center incorporates a 10-day detox treatment called Neurotransmitter Restoration (NTR). This method of detox utilizes a drug-free formula of amino acids, minerals, and vitamins.

    5755 North Point Pkwy #89 Alpharetta, GA 30040

    Phone: (770) 817-0711

    Laurelwood, Northeast Georgia Health System – A 54-bed facility, Laurelwood is a private, not-for-profit, inpatient behavioral health facility dedicated to the stabilization and treatment of individuals with mental illness and/or substance abuse.

    200 Wisteria Dr. Gainesville, GA 30501

    Phone: (770) 219-3800 (info), (770) 219-2888 (assessment), Toll Free: (800) 848-3649

    Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development Project (MSACD) – MSACD Prevention Program serves as the state expert on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and other drug related birth defects. MSACD provides a range of prevention services to agencies, communities and families across the state of Georgia.

    1256 Briarcliff Road Room-323 West Atlanta, GA 30306

    Phone: (404) 712-9800

    Contact: Dr. Karen K. Howell

    Email: khowell@emory.edu

    Phoebe Putney Behavioral Health – Inpatient and outpatient treatment.

    Phone: (229) 312-7001

    Road to Recovery Behavioral Health Services – Outpatient services for Georgia locals provided in person, as well as Tele-Medicine services for people all over the world. Services are available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

    Multiple locations throughout Georgia: Atlanta; East Point; Gainesville; Marietta; Sandy Springs

    Phone: (770) 220-2885

    Statewide Services

    Alison Hulett, Parent Advocate – Parent of child with FASD.

    Gainesville, GA

    Phone: (404) 725-4015

    Email: alisonhulett@comcast.net

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    Parent Support Group

    All about Developmental Disabilities – AADD maximizes resources for individuals and families living with intellectual and developmental disabilities to pursue stability, growth and independence.

    125 Clairemont Avenue, Suite 300 Decatur, Georgia 30030

    Phone: (404) 881-9777

    The Arc of Georgia – The Arc Georgia supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) over the arc of their lifetime.

    P.O. Box 8714 Atlanta, GA 31106

    Phone: (470) 222-6088

    Email: infoGA@thearc.org

    The Council on Alcohol and Drugs, Inc. – Provides prevention education and has a substance abuse resource center.

    270 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 2200 Atlanta, GA 30303-1283

    Phone: (404) 223-2480

    Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc. – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1 West Court Square #625 Decatur, GA 30030

    Phone: (404) 885-1234, Toll free: (800) 537-2329

    Fax: (404) 378-0031

    Email: info@thegao.org

    Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities – Leading an accountable and effective continuum of care to support Georgians with behavioral health challenges, and intellectual and developmental disabilities in a dynamic health care environment.

    Two Peachtree Street, N.W., 24th Floor Atlanta, Georgia 30303

    Phone: (404) 657-2252

    March of Dimes, Georgia Chapter –March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    3495 Piedmont Rd NE Buildling 12, Suite 210 Atlanta, GA 30305

    Phone: (404) 350-9800

    Fax: (404) 355-7723

    Melissa Jacobus Cook, Parent – Parent of children with FASD.

    Atlanta, GA

    Phone: (770) 730-0808

    Email: mejcook@aol.com

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS Georgia – NOFAS Georgia is the state affiliate of the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS).

    12 Executive Park Drive NE, Room 210 Atlanta, GA 30329

    Phone: (404) 712-9829

    Contact: Tammie Hernandez

    Email: Tammie12hernandez@gmail.com

    Parent to Parent of Georgia – Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special health care needs.

    3070 Presidential Parkway, Suite 130 Atlanta, GA 30340

    Phone: (770) 451-5484, Toll Free: (800) 229-2038

    Email: info@p2pga.org

    Tammie Hernandez, Parent Advocate

    Duluth, GA Phone: (470) 891-2507

    Email: Tammie12hernandez@gmail.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Center for Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development (MSACD) – Center for MSACD fulfills several roles in Georgia by sponsoring clinical, prevention, and research programs. The Center houses the Emory Neurodevelopmental Exposures Clinic (ENEC) and MotherToBaby Georgia.

    12 Executive Park Drive NE Building 12, 2nd Floor Atlanta, GA 30329

    Phone: (404) 712-9810

    Contact: Dr. Claire D. Coles, Director

    Email: ccoles@emory.edu

    Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Human Genetics – FASD diagnosis

    615 Michael Street, Suite 301 Atlanta GA 30322

    Phone: (404) 727-5979

    Email: dohginfo@emory.edu

  • Maryland

    Treatment Services

    Center 4 Clean Start – Substance-abuse treatment (outpatient) for pregnant and post-partum women with their young children. The Center presents occasional trainings on FAS/FAE.

    926 Snow Hill Rd. Salisbury, MD 21804

    Phone: (410) 742-3460

    Fax: (410) 742-5810

    Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Center for Addiction and Pregnancy – A one-stop treatment program for substance abusing women and their families, providing care for the affected pregnant woman, her baby, and for her other children as indicated.

    4940 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

    Phone: (410) 550-3066

    Fax: (410) 550-3027

    Contact: Robert Brooner, Director

    Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration – Can refer pregnant patients to treatment programs.

    201 W. Preston Street Baltimore, MD 21201-2399

    Phone: (410) 767-6500, Toll Free: (877) 463-3464

    Serenity Acres – Specializes in dual diagnosis and holistic therapies and offers private and semi-private suites and rooms in a location that is secluded and confidential.

    2008 St. Stephens Wood Drive Crownsville, MD 21032

    Phone: (800) 203- 2024

    Statewide Services

    The Arc Maryland – The Arc Maryland is a private non-profit membership organization, which provides support services and advocacy to people with developmental disabilities and their families.

    130 Lubrano Drive, Suite 212 Annapolis, MD 21401

    Phone: (410) 571-9320

    Fax: (410) 974-6021

    Email: info@thearcmd.org

    The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region – The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region is a private non-profit membership organization, which provides support services and advocacy to people with developmental disabilities and their families.

    4513 Philadelphia Road Aberdeen, MD 21001

    Phone: (410) 836-7177

    The Attachment Place, LLC – At The Attachment Place we offer a program that includes parent coaching/mentoring, short and long term respite care, in-home services, tools, techniques, and guidance that will help you provide the type of home environment required for your child to heal.

    P.O. Box 71 Tracys Landing, MD 20779

    Phone: (410) 707-5008

    Email: info@theattachmentplace.com

    Cathy Allen, Parent Advocate – She has an adopted son that she knew was born from a mother who was an alcoholic.

    Phone: (301) 807-4089

    Email: cwma1956@aol.com

    Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders, C.H.A.D.D. – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is often diagnosed in children and adults with FAS/FAE.

    4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 300 Lanham, MD 20706

    Phone: (301) 306-7070, Toll Free: (800) 233-4050

    Fax: (301) 306-7090

    Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs – Comprehensive database of resources for children and youth with special needs.

    Chimes International, Ltd. and Subsidiaries – Offers a wide range of opportunities for people with disabilities and other special needs.

    4815 Seton Drive Baltimore, MD 21215

    Phone: (410) 358-6400

    Disability Rights Maryland – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1500 Union Avenue, Suite 2000 Baltimore, MD 21211

    Phone: (410) 727-6352, ext.0, Toll Free: (800) 233-7201

    Fax: (410) 727-6389

    Greater Washington Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Genetics – By using state-of-the-art ultrasound and diagnostic tests, our team evaluates your health and the health of your baby before delivery. We then work closely with you, your family and your health care professionals to develop a care plan to manage any problems identified.

    9601 Blackwell Rd, Suite 220 Rockville, MD 20850

    Phone: (301) 279-6060

    Contact: Thomas Pinckert

    Email: tpickner@ahm.com

    Kathleen Mitchell, M.H.S., LCADC – FASD Trainer and facilitates the NOFAS family support group.

    Washington, DC

    Phone: (202) 785-4585

    Kennedy Krieger Institute: Behavior Management Clinic – A behavioral treatment program primarily focused on caregiver training in effective behavior management techniques and procedures. However, children may also be treated individually or in groups to address problems including social skills deficits.

    720 Aliceanna Street, 2nd Floor Baltimore, MD 21202

    Phone: (443) 923-7472, Toll Free: (844) 334-3211

    Contact: Susan Perkins-Parks, Ph.D.; Director Contact: Patricia Shepley, MSW, LCSW-C

    March of Dimes, Maryland Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    175 West Ostend Street, Suite C-2 Baltimore, MD 21230

    Phone: (410) 752-7990

    Fax: (410) 547-2521

    Maryland FASD State Coordinator Department of Health – Information and resources related to FASDs.

    201 West Preston Street Room 317 Baltimore, MD 21202

    Phone: (410) 767-5581

    Fax: (410) 333-5233

    NOFAS DC and Maryland FASD Family Support Group – The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome sponsors a free family support group meeting for anyone who has been affected by FASD. Quarterly meetings held at: Holy Cross Hospital 1500 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, MD.

    Phone: (202) 785-4585

    Contact: Kathy Mitchell

    Email: mitchell@nofas.org

    Rene Sandler – Rene is available to assist in any Maryland criminal matter should the need arise or talk through any FASD issues.

    7850 Walker Drive, Suite 160 Greenbelt, MD 20770

    Phone: (301) 610-9797

    Email: sandler@sandlerlawllc.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Joann Bodurtha, M.D. MPH – Professor of Pediatrics and Oncology at McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.

    4940 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

    Phone: (410) 955-3071

    Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Pediatric Neurology – Pediatric Neurology at Johns Hopkins works to provide the most up-to-date and highest quality care for children with a wide range of neurological disorders.

    Various clinic locations throughout Maryland.

    Phone: (410) 955-4259, (800) 765-5447 (physician to physician consulting)

    Contact: Harvey Singer; Thomas Crawford

    Johns Hopkins Institute of Genetic Medicine – Genetics faculty diagnose and care for patients in an array of specialized medical genetics clinics throughout Johns Hopkins.

    733 N Broadway, Broadway Research Building Baltimore, MD 21287

    Phone: (410) 955-3071

    Kennedy Krieger Institute Johns Hopkins School of Medicine – Dr. Belcher sees patients on Monday mornings.

    Phone: (443) 923-9400, Toll Free: (888) 554-2080

    Contact: Harolyn M.E. Belcher, M.D., M.H.S., Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Research

    Email: Belcher@KennedyKrieger.org

    Sheppard Pratt Neuropsychiatry Program – The Neuropsychiatry Program offers a comprehensive approach to the evaluation and treatment of patients 18 and older with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, age-associated cognitive impairments, and related mental health problems.

    6501 N. Charles St Baltimore, Md. 21204

    Phone: (410) 938-4981 for inquiries, (410) 938-4824 for referrals

    Susan Rich, M.D., MPH – Psychiatrist in private practice in the Washington DC Metro area. Provides FASD assessment services.

    Potomac, MD 20854

    Phone: (301) 251-1190

    Email: dr.sdrich@gmail.com

    University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics – Our goal is to assure every child in Maryland receives the very best medical care available in an environment dedicated to children and their families, with services fully integrated to meet individual needs.

    22 S. Greene Street Baltimore, MD 21201

    Phone: (410) 328-6777, Toll Free: (800) 492-5538 (patients), (800) 373-4111 (providers)

  • North Carolina

    Treatment Services

    Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina – Provides screening, information, and referral for women who are pregnant and/or parenting and substance abusing.

    1121 Situs Court Ste. 370 Raleigh, NC 27606

    Phone: (919) 493-0003, Toll Free: (800) 688-4232

    Fax: (919) 493-0723

    Contact: Judith Jones, Perinatal Substance Abuse Specialist

    Email: judith.jones@dhhs.nc.gov

    Community Alternative Inc./Community Choices – Statewide comprehensive residential substance abuse services for pregnant and postpartum women, with children up to age 4.

    Phone: (704) 336-4844 (Charlotte), (919) 490-6900 (Durham), (336) 397-7500 (Winston-Salem)

    The Julian F. Keith Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center – State operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATCs) specifically designed to provide inpatient treatment, psychiatric stabilization and medical detoxification for individuals with substance use and other co-occurring mental health diagnoses to prepare for ongoing community based treatment and recovery.

    201 Tabernacle Rd. Black Mountain, NC 28711

    Phone: (828) 257-6200

    Fax: (828) 257-6300

    Contact: Erin Bowman, Director

    Mary Benson House – Statewide comprehensive residential substance abuse services for pregnant women and up to 2 children, ages 6 and under.

    450 Montford Ave. Asheville, NC 28801

    Phone: (828) 252-5280

    Contact: Wanda Coleman

    R.J. Blackley Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center – State operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATCs) specifically designed to provide inpatient treatment, psychiatric stabilization and medical detoxification for individuals with substance use and other co-occurring mental health diagnoses.

    100 H Street Butner , NC 27509

    Phone: (919) 575-7928

    Contact: Jeannie Moore, Director

    Robeson Health Care Guardian, Cambridge Place – Cambridge Place is a 13 bed, comprehensive, apartment based, residential living facility (NonMedical Residential) located in Smithfield, NC. Provides various substance addiction related services.

    Smithfield, NC

    Phone: (919) 989-8114

    Robeson Health Care Guardian, Crystal Lake – Crystal Lake is a 13 bed, comprehensive, apartment based, residential living facility (Non-Medical Residential) located in Lake View, NC. Provides various substance addiction related services.

    Lake View, NC

    Phone: (910) 245-4339

    Robeson Health Care Guardian, Grace Court – Grace Court is 24 bed, apartment based, comprehensive, residential living facility, located in Lumberton, NC for women and their children. Provides various substance addiction related services.

    Lumberton, NC

    Phone: (910) 618-9912

    Robeson Health Care Guardian, Our House – Our House Perinatal Program is a 10 bed, comprehensive, residential living facility (Non-Medical Residential) located in Pembroke, NC for pregnant and post-partum mothers and their newborns. Provides various substance addiction related services.

    Pembroke, NC

    Phone: (910) 521-1464

    Robeson Health Care Guardian, The Village – The Village is a 17 bed, comprehensive, apartment based, residential living facility (Non-Medical Residential) located in Greenville, NC. Provides various substance addiction related services.

    Greenville, NC

    Phone: (252) 752-5555

    SouthLight Healthcare – Outpatient and residential substance use treatment, among other services.

    3125 Poplarwood Court, Suite 203 Raleigh, NC 27604

    Phone: (919) 787-6131

    UNC Horizons Program – The residential program is designed to provide support and services to women and their dependent children in a residential setting. Treatment goals are individualized to address the needs of each woman and her family.

    127 Kingston Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27514

    Phone: (919) 966-9803, Toll Free: (800) 862-4050

    Contact: Marc Strange

    University of North Carolina Health Care Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (A.S.A.P.) – Offers outpatient treatment programs. A.S.A.P. is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and treats addictions to all types of drugs through an individualized program utilizing cognitive behavior, motivational enhancement, and 12-step therapies. All major insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare, is accepted.

    1101 Weaver Dairy Rd. Suite 103 Chapel Hill, NC 27541

    Phone: (984) 974-6320

    Walter B. Jones Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center – Statewide residential treatment for pregnant women and women with infants under 12 months. Pregnant women can stay up to 90 days. Women who have had prenatal care must bring all medical records with them.

    2577 W. 5th St. Greenville, NC 27834

    Phone: (252) 830-3426

    Contact: Ben Gregory, Director

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of North Carolina – The Arc of North Carolina has been providing advocacy and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1953.

    343 East Six Forks Road, Suite 320 Raleigh, NC 27609

    Phone: (919) 782-4632, Toll Free: (800) 662-8706

    Email: info@arcnc.org www.arcnc.org

    The Arc of Rowan County – The Arc of Rowan, a Rowan County United Way Agency, advocates for individuals with intellectual and other related developmental disabilities.

    108 Dorsett Drive Salisbury, NC 28144

    Phone: (704) 637-1521

    Fax: (704) 637-9921

    Contact: Shela Sapp, Assistant Director/Finance Manager

    Email: ssapp@thearcofrowan.org

    Children with Special Health Care Needs Hotline – The Help Line is an information and referral Help Line for those living with, caring for and concerned about a child with special health care needs.

    1916 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1916

    Toll Free: (800) 737-3028

    Disability Rights NC – We deal with cases involving discrimination or violations of the rights of people with disabilities.

    3724 National Drive, Suite 100 Raleigh, NC 27612

    Phone: (919) 856-2195, Toll Free: (877) 235-4210

    Email: info@disabilityrightsnc.org

    Families’ Information Resources Support & Technology (F.I.R.S.T) – F.I.R.S.T is a nonprofit, family-driven organization dedicated to helping persons with disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community.

    P.O. Box 802 Asheville, NC 28802

    Phone: (828) 277-1315

    Fax: (828) 277-1321

    Contact: Janet Price-Ferrell, Executive Director

    Email: janet@firstwnc.org, info@firstwnc.org

    Family Support Network of North Carolina Locations throughout North Carolina – Local chapters offer information and referral for families with children who have special needs, ongoing support and information to families as their children grow and support groups for caregivers throughout the state.

    Toll Free: (800) 852-0042

    Email: fsp.cdr@unc.edu

    FASD in NC – FASD in NC strives to prevent alcohol exposed pregnancies by providing training, education, and resources to women of childbearing age and the professionals that serve them.

    9 Vanderbilt Park Drive Asheville, NC 28803

    Phone: (828) 213-0035, Toll Free: (800) 532-6302

    Contact: Amy Hendricks, Program Coordinator

    Email: amy.hendricks@msj.org

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Regional Training Center (FASD), Meharry Medical College – A member of the regional team center consulting, educating, and training the public and medical health professionals on FASDs.

    First in Families of North Carolina – First In Families of North Carolina (FIFNC) supports people with developmental disability or traumatic brain injury and their families to create the lives they want now and in the future through our Chapters, a Time Bank, and Lifetime Connections future planning program.

    3109 University Drive, Suite 100 Durham, NC 27701

    Phone: (919) 251-8368

    Contact: Betsy MacMichael, State Director

    Email: betsym@fifnc.org; info@fifnc.org www.fifnc.org

    March of Dimes, North Carolina Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    6504 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 100 Raleigh, NC 27615

    Phone: (919) 781-2481

    Fax: (919) 781-2317

    Email: NC402@marchofdimes.com

    MotherToBaby North Carolina, Mission Fullerton Genetics Center – Committed to providing information about the risks of exposure that might affect the developing fetus. Specifically trained staff is available to answer questions and provide information.

    9 Vanderbilt Park Drive Asheville, NC 28803

    Phone: (828) 213-6827

    Contact: Lorrie Harris-Sagaribay

    Email: lorrie.harris-sagaribay@msj.org

    North Carolina State FASD Coordinators

    Contact: Amy C. Hendricks and Janice K. White, FASD State Co-Coordinators

    Email: amy.hendricks@msj.org, janice.white@dhhs.nc.gov

    Triangle Area FASD Support Group – Triangle Area FASD Support Group provides support for parents/caregivers of those with or suspected of having an FASD. Monthly meetings are free and confidential, with adjacent room for children to interact.

    228 W. Edenton Street Raleigh, NC 27603

    Phone: (919) 265-3390

    Contact: Kathy Hotelling

    Email: kathyhotelling@gmail.com

    University of North Carolina, Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies – Center runs a campaign to prevent FAS/FAE, with educational videos available.

    CB #7178 Thurston-Bowles Building Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7178

    Phone: (919) 966-5678

    Fax: (919) 966-5679

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Clinical Genetics Center Carolinas Medical Center

    P.O. Box 32861 Charlotte, NC 28232-2861

    Phone: (704) 355-3159

    Dept. of Pediatrics, Division of Genetics, Duke University Medical Center – Comprehensive services in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of all forms of hereditary disorders and birth defects affecting fetuses, newborns, children, adolescents and adults.

    905 S. LaSalle Street Durham, NC 27710

    Phone: (919) 684-2036

    Contact: Jennifer Coker, BSN

    Email: jennifer.coker@duke.edu

    Dept. of Pediatrics, Division of Genetics, East Carolina University, School of Medicine – Genetic diagnosis.

    Brody Building Greenville, NC 27858-4354

    Phone: (252) 744-2525

    Mission Hospital’s Fullerton Genetics Center – Interdisciplinary FASD diagnostic clinic consisting of a clinical geneticist, genetic counselor, social worker, occupational therapist, speech and language pathologist and family support specialist. Caregiver education, treatment and support group offered as part of follow up care.

    9 Vanderbilt Park Drive Asheville, NC 28803

    Phone: (828) 213-0022

    Contact: Michael Pesant, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, Coordinator, FASD Clinic

    Email: Michael.Pesant@msj.org

    University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics – Diagnosis, management and counseling for genetic conditions in children and adults.

    117 Medical School Wing E, CB# 7487 110E N. Medical Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7487

    Phone: (919) 966-4202

    Fax: (919) 966-3025

    Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Medical Genetics – Medical Genetics offers the region’s only comprehensive spectrum of genetics services, including both clinical diagnosis and on-site genetics laboratories.

    Medical Center Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC 27157

    Phone: (336) 716-9253, Toll Free: (888) 716-9253

    Contact: Tamison Jewett, M.D.

  • Puerto Rico

    Treatment Services

    Hogar Nueva Vida Carr – Substance abuse treatment, detoxification and halfway house; residential short-term and long-term treatment and outpatient programs.

    906 Km 3.4 Yabucoa, PR 767

    Phone: (787) 893-1377

  • South Carolina

    Treatment Services

    Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission – Intensive outpatient treatment for adults, including services specifically for women.

    500 N. Main Street, Suite 4 Summerville, South Carolina 29483-6439

    Phone: (843) 871-4790

    Grace Home – Sixteen bed women’s facility for women committed to recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. They offer a 10-week residential program with no charge other than a small, refundable deposit for emergency purposes.

    501 Ltd Rd. Vance, SC 29163

    Phone: (803) 854-9809

    Fax: (803) 854-5019

    Email: gracehome@hebroncolony.org

    Kennedy Center – Adult and youth treatment services. A range of outpatient treatment options and techniques are offered.

    306 Airport Drive Moncks Corner, SC 29461

    Phone: (843) 761-8272

    Medical University of South Carolina, Institute of Psychiatry, Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs (CDAP)

    67 President Street, 4th Floor, North Tower Charleston, SC 29425

    Phone: (843) 792-1414, (843) 792-5200

    The Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs (CDAP) at MUSC Health’s Institute of Psychiatry (IOP) is one of the nation’s premier facilities for the treatment of alcohol and substance abuse problems.

    Sumter Behavioral Health Services – Offers a variety of residential and outpatient treatment services and other resources for women.

    441 N. Main St. Sumter, SC 29150

    Phone: (803) 775-4657

    Contact: Glenn Peagler, Director of Prevention; Patricia A. Colclough, Women’s Issues Coordinator

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of South Carolina – The Arc of South Carolina is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, and work.

    1202 12th Street Cayce, SC 29033

    Phone: (803) 748-5020 Fax: 803-445-1026

    Email: thearc@arcsc.org

    Donna Martin, Parent – Forming a parent support group in South Carolina.

    Email: medonna@bellsnouth.net

    Growing Home – Arranges treatment and foster care services for medically-fragile or behaviorally disturbed children and youth.

    440 Knox Abbott Drive, Suite 370 Cayce, SC 29033-4353

    Phone: (803) 791-5513, Toll Free: (800) 344-5498

    Fax: (803) 739-0301

    March of Dimes, South Carolina Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    240 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 206, Columbia, SC 29210

    Phone: (803) 252-5200

    Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities, Inc. – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities; P&A provides a variety of services to include information & referrals, training, abuse & neglect investigation, legal representation, and advocacy for change.

    3710 Landmark Drive, Suite 208, Columbia, SC 29204

    Phone: (803) 782-0639, Toll Free: (866) 275-7273

    Email: info@pandasc.org

    South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs – Community Education Program. Prevention information, and resources for developmentally disabled persons and their families.

    3440 Harden Street Extension, Columbia, SC 29203

    Phone: (803) 898-9600, Toll Free: (888) 376-4636

    Fax: (803) 898-9653

    Contact: Melissa Ritter, Director

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Hospital, Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics – Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at the Donald A. Gardner Family Center for Developing Minds specializes in evaluating and treating children with developmental difficulties and related behavioral issues with a referral from the primary physician.

    200 Patewood Dr., Greenville, SC 29615

    Phone: (864) 454-5115

    Contact: Desmond Kelly, M.D.

    Email: dkelly@ghs.org

    Greenwood Genetics Center – A team of physicians and scientists provides clinical genetic services, diagnostic laboratory testing, educational programs and resources, and research in the field of medical genetics. Satellite offices are located in Charleston, Columbia, Florence and Greenville.

    106 Gregor Mendel Circle, Greenwood, SC 29646 (satellite locations throughout state)

    Phone: (864) 941-8100, Toll Free: (888) 442-4363

    Contact: Roger Stevenson, M.D.

    Email: res@ggc.org

    Medical University of South Carolina, Dept of Pediatrics, Division of Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics – The division of developmental-behavioral pediatrics uses an interdisciplinary team approach in meeting the diagnostic and therapeutic needs of children with developmental disabilities.

    135 Rutledge Ave. MSC 567 Charleston, SC 29425

    Phone: (843) 876-1511

    Contact: Jane M. Charles, MD

    Email: charlesj@musc.edu

    University of South Carolina Medical School Developmental Pediatrics – The Child Development and Behavioral Pediatrics Clinic evaluates children who have developmental, academic and/or behavioral difficulties and other special issues such as cerebral palsy, which may be associated with learning problems.

    9 Richland Medical Park, Suite 210 Columbia, SC 29203

    Phone: (803) 434-6598

    Fax: (803) 434-1920

    Contact: Caroline DiBattisto, MD

  • Virginia

    Treatment Services

    ARCH, Bethany Hall – Provides long-term residential treatment for women struggling with addiction. Their approach to healing and lasting sobriety is holistic, and their long-term residential programs include treatment for pregnant women, women with children, and programs lasting 30 days or nine months.

    404 Elm Ave SW Roanoke, VA 24016

    Phone: (540) 343-4261 ext. 304

    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services – Refers individuals to proper treatment services.

    1220 Bank Street Richmond, VA, 23219

    Phone: (804) 786-3921

    Contact: Mellie Randall

    Hope Line Inc. – Screening, financial evaluation to qualify for financial aid, and referral to treatment.

    101 Loudoun Street, S.E. Leesburg, Va. 20175

    Phone: (703) 669-4448

    Fax: (703) 464-5822

    Motivate Clinic at VCU Medical Center – Outpatient treatment clinic for addictions.

    501 N. 2nd Street Richmond, Virginia 23219

    Phone: (804) 628-6777

    Phoenix House Virginia, Arlington Demeter House – Nationally-accredited, residential substance use disorder treatment program, serves women in a gender-specific setting that is comfortable and feels like home. Pregnant women are eligible for admission, and mothers entering treatment may bring one child with them.

    Phone: (888) 671-9392

    Prince William Family Counseling – Counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families, including substance abuse treatment.

    8140 Ashton Ave, Suite 200 Manassas, VA 20109

    Phone: (703) 330-9933

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Virginia – The Arc of Virginia promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

    2147 Staples Mill Road Richmond, VA 23230

    Phone: (804) 649-8481

    Email: thearc@thearcofva.org

    Cumberland Hospital for Children & Adolescents – The team is expert in childhood development, diseases, injuries and emotional adaptation. Our experienced professionals help young people ages 2 to 22 heal physically and develop emotionally.

    9407 Cumberland Road New Kent, VA 23124

    Phone: (804) 966-2242

    FASD Family Support Group (Washington, DC Area) – The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome sponsors a free family support group meeting for anyone who has been affected by FASD.

    1500 Forest Glen Road Silver Spring, MD

    Phone: (202) 785-4585

    Contact: NOFAS, Kathy Mitchell

    Email: mitchell@nofas.org

    FASD Support Group – Sends monthly packet of information to parents, but currently the support group is not active.

    16413 Branders Bridge Road Chester, VA 23831

    Phone: (804) 520-2201

    Contact: Mary Ann Lee, Parent

    Formed Families Forward – Provides consultation support and training to northern Virginia families formed through adoption, foster care, and kinship arrangements. Addresses the special education needs of children and youth with disabilities.

    4031 University Dr., Suite 100 Fairfax, VA 22030

    Phone: (703) 539-2904

    Contact: Kelly Henderson, Executive Director

    Email: info@formedfamiliesforward.org

    Julie Harshaw – Resource for the Hampton Roads area.

    4457 Blackbeard Rd. Virginia Beach, VA 23455

    Phone: (757) 403-5103

    Email: julieharshaw@gmail.com

    March of Dimes, Virginia Chapter – Provides pregnant women with resources to help reduce/prevent alcohol use. March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    4191 Innslake Drive, Suite 201 Glen Allen, Virginia 23060

    Phone: (804) 968-4120

    Fax: (804) 968-4325

    Email: VA474@marchofdimes.com

    Northern VA FRIENDS of NOFAS

    Contact: Lydia Klene

    Email: klene.lydia@outlook.com

    Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy (VOPA) – Offers protection and advocacy for persons with disabilities.

    1910 Byrd Avenue, Suite 5, Richmond, VA 23230

    Phone: (804) 225-2042, Toll Free: (800) 552-3962

    Fax: (804) 662-7057

    Virginia Pediatric and Adolescent Center – We care for the whole child, meaning that we give both illness-related and preventative care, while tending to the physical, emotional and social developmental needs of each child in the context of self, family, and the broader community.

    8316 Traford Lane Springfield, Virginia 22152

    Phone: (703) 569-8400

    Fax: (703) 569-1182

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Kings Daughters Children’s Hospital, Developmental Pediatrics – Developmental Pediatrics at CHKD provides consultations for the evaluation, diagnosis and management of children with developmental disabilities. Sees children up to age 21.

    601 Children’s Lane First floor Norfolk, Virginia 23507

    Phone: (757) 668-7473

    Contacts: Amy Newmeyer, MD

    University of Virginia Health System – Services include evaluation and diagnosis of birth defects and developmental problems.

    1215 Lee Street, Charlottesville, VA 22903

    Phone: (434) 924-2665

    Fax: (434) 924-1797

    Contact: William Wilson, MD, Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Geneticist

    Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Human and Molecular Genetics – Genetic counselors and medical genetics faculty conduct their outpatient counseling, medical genetics practice and inpatient pediatrics service at the VCU Medical Center and affiliated outpatient clinics. Does not have any age cut off.

    1101 East Marshall St., Box 980033, Richmond, Virginia 23298-0033

    Phone: (804) 828-9632

    Contact: Raymond Lewandowski

  • West Indies

    Treatment Services

    University Hospital of the West Indies – Three-week residential treatment program.

    Mona, Kingston 7 Jamaica, West Indies

    Phone: (876) 927-1621-9

  • West Virginia

    Treatment Services

    Chestnut Ridge Center, Department of Behavioral Medicine – Chestnut Ridge Center is a leading regional referral center for treatment of mental health illness and addiction for adults, adolescents, and children. Our programs provide a continuum of care through outpatient, partial hospitalization, inpatient, and residential treatment services.

    930 Chestnut Ridge Road Morgantown, WV 26505

    Phone: (304) 598-4214

    Davis Memorial Hospital, Women’s Health Care – Sends out patients for appropriate treatment.

    812 Gorman Avenue Elkins, WV 26241

    Phone: (304) 636-3300

    Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – West Virginia has Behavioral Health Centers located around the state to offer addiction recovery on outpatient and inpatient basis to clients of any age.

    350 Capitol Street Charleston, WV 25301

    Phone: (304) 356-4811

    Fax: (304) 558-1008

    West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources – Community Development Specialists for substance abuse prevention are located in various counties of West Virginia; they intervene in home situations and may refer parents or caretakers for treatment.

    One Davis Square, Suite 100 East Charleston, West Virginia 25301

    Phone: (304) 558-0684 Fax: (304) 558-1130

    Statewide Services

    Appalachian Community Health Center – Conducts prevention training, particularly in high schools through trained peer leaders.

    725 Yokum Street Elkins, WV 26241

    Phone: (304) 636-3232, Toll Free: (888) 357-3232

    Contact: Mindy Wotring

    The Arc of West Virginia, Harrison County – Providing programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

    P.O. Box 764 Clarksburg, WV 26301

    Phone: (304) 624-3641

    The Arc of West Virginia, Mid Ohio Valley – Providing programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

    912 Market Street Parkersburg, WV 26101

    Phone: (304) 422-3151

    Email: info@thearcmov.org

    The Arc of West Virginia, The Three Rivers – Providing programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

    1420 Kanawha Blvd. West Charleston, WV 25387

    Phone: (304) 344-3403

    Children’s Home of Wheeling – The Children's Home of Wheeling, Inc. provides a temporary home, treatment and quality of life programming for male youth referred between the ages of 12 and 18 from throughout the state of West Virginia, who have been abused, neglected or have significant behavioral/emotional and social challenges.

    14 Orchard Rd. Wheeling, WV 26003

    Phone: (304) 233-2367

    March of Dimes, West Virginia Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1900 Kanawha Blvd E #2 Charleston, WV 25304

    Phone: (304) 720-2229

    Potomac Center, Inc. – The mission of the Potomac Center is to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities by providing quality services to those individuals we serve and their families.

    1 Blue St. Romney, WV 26757

    Phone: (304) 822-3861

    Tina Hopkins, Parent – Also active in West Virginians for FAS Action.

    920 Salt Lick Road Sutton, WV 26601

    Phone: (304) 765-5489

    Disability Rights WV – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1207 Quarrier St, Suite 400 Charleston, WV 25301

    Phone: (304) 346-0847, Toll Free: (800) 950-5250

    Fax: (304) 346-0867

    WVU Medicine Children’s, Child Development – The Klingberg Neurodevelopmental Center helps children who are having difficulties in the areas of neurodevelopment.

    201 Baker’s Ridge Road Morgantown, WV 26508

    Phone: (304) 598-4300, Toll Free: (855) 988-2273

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  • Indiana

    Treatment Services

    Centerstone Indiana – Substance abuse treatment and other services. There are over several locations throughout Indiana, call to find the one nearest you.

    Several locations around Indiana.

    Toll Free: (800) 344-8802 (appointments and info), (800) 832-5442 (crisis line)

    Life Recovery Center – Substance abuse treatment services, including services in Spanish.

    Several locations around Indiana

    Phone: (317) 887-3290

    Northeastern Center, Inc. – Provides intensive outpatient treatment for substance abuse in Dekalb, Steuben, Lagrange, NobleAlbion, Noble-Kendallville, and Auburn counties. Inpatient treatment offered in Auburn.

    Several locations around Indiana

    Administration: 220 S Main St. Kendallville, IN 46755

    Phone: (260) 347-2453, Toll Free: (800) 790-0118

    Tara Treatment Center – Treatment program incorporates concepts of the 12-step programs, evidence-based therapy and psychoeducational components, and services range from outpatient therapy to full detoxification.

    6231 South US 31 Franklin, IN 46131

    Phone: (812) 526-2611, Toll Free: (800) 397-9978

    Statewide Services

    About Special Kids – Statewide parent-to-parent agency helping children with special needs live better lives by educating, empowering and connecting their families.

    7172 Graham Rd, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46250

    Phone: (317) 257-8683, Toll Free: (800) 964-4746

    Fax: (317) 251-7488

    The Arc of Indiana – The Arc of Indiana is committed to all people with developmental disabilities realizing their goals of learning, living, working and playing in the community.

    143 W. Market Street Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46204

    Phone: (317) 977-2375, Toll Free: (800) 382-9100

    Email: thearc@arcind.org

    Carmel Pediatrics – Carmel Pediatrics is a specialty of medicine concerned with the physical as well as emotional care of children from birth through high school.

    13450 N Meridian St., Suite 260 Carmel, IN 46032

    Phone: (317) 582-7257, (317) 582-7360

    Center for Neurobehavioral Services (CNS) – Provides therapy, education and patient advocacy for those affected with prenatal alcohol exposure. Organizes a support group for parents and caregivers of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

    3010 E. State Blvd. Ft. Wayne, IN 46805

    Phone: (260) 471-2300

    Family Voices Indiana – Family Voices Indiana is the state family to family health information center, providing assistance to families with children with special health care needs.

    12175 Visionary Way, Ste.1360 Fishers, IN 46038

    Phone: (844) 323-4636

    Contact: Jennifer Akers, Project Director

    Email: info@fvindiana.org

    Indiana Family Helpline – Provides county-specific information on prenatal healthcare and general maternal and child health M-F 7:30 a.m. -5:00 p.m., calls on weekends/nights will be voicemails.

    Phone: (800) 433-0746

    Indiana FASD Coordinator

    2 North Meridian Street, 7F Indianapolis, IN 46204

    Phone: (317) 233-7019

    Fax: (317) 234-2995

    Contact: Sarah Wikoff

    Email: swikoff@isdh.in.gov

    Indiana Disability Rights – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    4701 N Keystone Avenue, Suite 222 Indianapolis, IN 46205

    Phone: (317) 722-5555, Toll Free: (800) 622-4845

    Email: info@IndianaDisabilityRights.org

    Indiana State Department of Health, Prenatal Substance Use Prevention Program – Referrals and early intervention for substance using pregnant women. Training for professionals.

    2 N Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204

    Phone: (317) 233-1325

    Indiana State Department of Health, Family Helpline – Provides information and referrals to a variety of health and social services including pregnancy health care, substance abuse treatment programs, children’s special health care services, support groups, and newborn screening.

    Toll Free: (844) 624-6667

    INSOURCE – Indiana Resource Center for Families with Special Needs Assisting Families with Educational Issues.

    1703 South Ironwood Drive South Bend, IN 46613

    Phone: (574) 234-7101, Toll Free: (800) 332-4433

    Fax: (574) 234-7279

    Email: insource@insource.org

    Jennifer Alexander, Parent

    160 Byrum Blvd. Martinsville, IN 46141

    Email: jalexander4@yahoo.com

    March of Dimes, Indiana Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    6330 E 75th St #306 Indianapolis, IN 46250

    Phone: (317) 262-4668

    MotherToBaby Indiana – MothertoBaby IN provides central, up-to-date, information from computerized sources, professional articles and expert consultants.

    Phone: (866) 626-6847

    Contact: Wilfredo Torres, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics; David D. Weaver, M.D., Director of the Indiana Teratogen Information Service, Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics.

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS Indiana – Educates the public, parents, and physicians on the risks of drinking alcohol while pregnant.

    1431 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46202

    Randy and Terri Sipes, Parents

    1985 N State Road, #101 Decatur, IN 46733

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Edward Aull, M.D., Behavioral Pediatrician – Specializes in ADHD and autism; he sees patients with FAS/FAE from Indiana and nearby states.

    13450 N Meridian Street, Suite 354

    Carmel, IN 46032

    Phone: (317) 582-7654

    Fax: (317) 582-7660

    Contact: Edward Aull

    Northeast Indiana Genetic Counseling Center – Delivers quality medical genetic diagnoses, testing, counseling, and treatment.

    7025 Old Trail Road, P.O. Box 9013 Fort Wayne, IN 46809

    Phone: (260) 482-3886

    Contact: Patricia Bader

    Riley Hospital for Children, Clinical Genetics – We offer genetic consultation and genetic counseling for a variety of hereditary conditions and birth defects. We also offer specialized clinics for children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.

    705 Riley Hospital Drive Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

    Phone: (317) 944-5000

  • Kentucky

    Treatment Services

    Centerstone Kentucky – Substance abuse treatment and other services. There are over several locations throughout Kentucky, call to find the one nearest you.

    Several locations around Kentucky.

    Phone: 502-589-1100 (appointments and info), (502) 589-4313 (adult crisis line), (502) 589-8070 (child crisis line); Toll Free: (800) 264-8799 (appointments and info), (800) 221-0446 (adult crisis line), (800) 432-4510 (child crisis line)

    Chrysalis House – Substance abuse treatment for women.

    1589 Hill Rise Drive Lexington, Kentucky 40504

    Phone: (859) 977-2504, (859) 254-6026 (admissions); Toll Free: (800) 713-0954

    The Healing Place, Recovery Louisville – https://www.thehealingplace.org/

    1017 W. Market Street Louisville, KY 40202

    Phone: (502) 357-1972

    Email: info@recoverylouisville.org

    The Healing Place, Women’s Campus – In patient recovery program for women at no cost to the client.

    1503 S. 15th Street Louisville, KY 40210

    Phone: (502) 568-6680

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Kentucky – The Arc of Kentucky provides communities with services and supports that will promote lives of value for Kentuckians with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    706 East Main Street, Suite A Frankfort, KY 40601

    Phone: (502) 875-5225, Toll Free: (800) 281-1272

    Email: arcofky@aol.com

    FAS Family Support Group of Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati – Primarily active in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, but will assist families and professionals from any state.

    212 Levassor Avenue Covington, KY 41014

    Phone: (513) 261-2802

    Fax: (606) 491-1171

    Contact: Mary Jo Theis, R.N., Coordinator

    Kentucky Department of Education, Division of Exceptional Children Services – Education for individuals with learning and behavioral disorders.

    300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor Frankfort, KY 40601

    Phone: (502) 564-4970, ext. 4111

    Contact: Debbie Mays

    Email: debbie.mays@education.ky.gov

    Kentucky FASD Coordinator

    401 Gibson Lane Richmond, KY

    Phone: (859) 624-3622, ext. 732

    Email: lmnagle@bluegrass.org

    Kentucky Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Prevention Enhancement Site – Engage and support Kentucky communities in a coordinated effort to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

    Phone: (859) 684-2240

    Contact: Amanda Goforth, SEI PES Manager

    Kentucky Protection and Advocacy – Statewide advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    5 Mill Creek Park Frankfort, KY 40601

    Phone: (502) 564-2967, Toll Free: (800) 372-2988

    March of Dimes, Kentucky Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    4802 Sherburn Lane, #104 Louisville, KY 40507

    Phone: (859) 402-1710

    NOFAS Affiliate: Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center (NOFAS Kentucky) – Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center (NOFAS Kentucky) offers training, resources and materials. Additionally, Kentucky’s FASD Statewide Training Network is made up of over 500 local FASD trainers who can respond to local requests.

    1351 Newtown Pike, Building D Lexington, KY 40511

    Phone: (859) 225-3296

    Fax: (859) 254-2412

    Contact: Alyssa A. McKenzie, FASD PES

    Email: aamckenzie@bluegrass.org

    Sycamore Counseling and Wellness

    620 Big Hill Ave, Suite 11 Richmond, KY 40403

    Phone: (859) 582-4283

    Contact: Jimmie Lewis, LPCC

    Email: jimmiewlewis@gmail.com

    University of Kentucky Medical School, Department of Psychiatry – Outpatient Child and Adolescent Therapist Specializes in therapy with adolescents and their families.

    Kentucky Clinic, Lexington, KY 40536-0284

    Phone: (859) 323-6021

    Contact: Dorothy Keller, R.N., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., UK

    Diagnosis of FASD

    University of Kentucky, Psychology Department – Specializes in Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and prenatal drug exposure and its effect on later behavior.

    106-B Kastle Hall University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506

    Phone: (859) 257-5401

    Contact: Susan Barron

    Email: sbarron@uky.edu

    University of Louisville Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Clinic – Provides comprehensive medical genetic consultation and services to patients and their families dealing with FASD. Requires a referral.

    571 South Floyd Street Louisville, KY 40202

    Phone: (502) 852-8600

  • Michigan

    Treatment Services

    Arbor Circle – Arbor Circle offers many mental health and substance use counseling services for adults. Most are offered at convenient locations throughout the community. Some are offered free of charge. Others are covered by major insurances, including Medicaid.

    1115 Ball Avenue Northeast Grand Rapids, MI 49505

    Phone: (616) 456-6571 (main), (616) 459-7215 (outpatient counseling center), (616) 451-3001 (24-hour hotline)

    CARE (Community Assessment Referral Education) – Provides education and prevention of FASD including substance abuse treatment, community based FASD screening, diagnosis, and case managed interventions.

    31900 Utica Rd Fraser, MI 48026

    Phone: (586) 541-2273

    Contact: Shelly Bania, FASD Program Coordinator/Prevention Specialist

    Email: sbania@careofsem.com

    Central Michigan District Health Department – They have a program aimed at supporting healthy pregnancy and fetal development.

    2012 E. Preston Ave. Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

    Phone: (989) 773-5921

    Fax: (989) 773-4319

    Contact: Pam St. John

    Email: pstjohn@cmdhd.org

    Kent County Health Department – Provides substance abuse treatment services for women in recovery.

    700 Fuller Avenue NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503

    Phone: (616) 632-7100

    Fax: (616) 632-7083

    Marquette General Health System – We offer comprehensive Behavioral Health and Mental Health services and assistance including inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and other addiction services.

    580 W. College Avenue Marquette, MI 49855

    Phone: (906) 228-9440

    Contact: Sue Britton

    Email: sbritton@mgh.org

    Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties – Substance abuse services.

    2920 College Avenue Escanaba, MI 49829

    Phone: (906) 786-9639

    Contact: Mary Claire Massi-Lee

    Email: mmassilee@phdm.org

    Statewide Resources

    Alpena County FASD Family Support Group – Meets 3rd Thursday of each month, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Contact Mary Schalk for more information.

    Thunder Bay Transportation Authority, 3022 US23 S, Alpena

    Phone: (989) 734-2877

    Contact: Mary Schalk

    Email: maryschalk@frontier.com

    Ann Arbor Support Group – Meets 4th Wednesday of each month except November (meets 3rd Wednesday) and December (no meeting), 7-9 p.m. Contact Betsy for more information.

    St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center, Classroom #5, 5305, East Huron River Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48106-0995

    Contact: Betsy

    Email: betsysoden@juno.com

    The Arc Michigan – The mission of The Arc Michigan is to ensure that people with Developmental Disabilities are valued in order that they and their families can participate fully in and contribute to their community.

    1325 South Washington Avenue Lansing, MI 48910

    Toll Free: (800) 292-7851

    Contact: Lisa Hertzer

    Email: lisa.hertzer@arcmi.org

    Berrien County Health Department – Programs include substance abuse prevention education.

    2149 East Napier Ave. Benton Harbor, MI 49022

    Phone: (269) 926-7121

    Contact: Lisa Peeples-Hurst

    Email: bchd@bchdmi.org

    Brunch Bunch Clinton Township – Monthly, 2nd Tuesday, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., In Clinton Township, Contact Charisse for location details.

    Contact: Charisse

    Phone: (586) 329-6722

    Email: Charisse@mcfares.org

    Carol Cole – A foster/adoptive parent of child with FASD, and with a MA in Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood, Carol provides training for educators, foster/adoption staff and parents.

    SE Michigan

    Phone: (734) 484-4723

    Email: carol.em.cole@gmail.com

    Community Action Agency – Runs diverse community-based poverty reduction programs, including educational and substance abuse programs.

    1214 Greenwood Ave Jackson, MI 49203

    Phone: (517) 784-4800, Toll Free: (800) 491-0004

    Dr. Benjamin Chen, St. John Medical Center, Macomb Township, Ob-Gyn – Helps individuals find resources and directs individuals to physicians for diagnosis.

    17700 23 Mile Road Macomb Township, Michigan 48044

    Phone: (586) 416-7500

    Eagle Village – Eagle Village provides treatment programs that utilize both traditional and non-traditional methods. The approach is child centered and family focused and incorporates cognitive, behavioral, family systems, and adventure-based theories and techniques.

    5044 175th Ave. Hersey, MI 49639

    Phone: (231) 832-2234

    Eaton County Foster Adopt Support Group – Meets 1st Thursday monthly, 6 – 8:30 p.m. Pot luck dinner at 6:00 p.m. Group/training at 6:30 p.m. Childcare available.

    Charlotte Assembly of God Church, 1100 E Clinton Trail, Charlotte, MI 48813

    Contact: Michelle

    Email: besa_93@yahoo.com

    Families and Supports Affected by FASD – Yahoo Support group for Michigan families and other caregivers impacted by FASDs.

    Jackson County, Parenting Challenging Children – Contact: Rev. Bob Devries and wife Alice Meets 2nd Sunday of each month, 1 – 2 p.m. Monthly meeting includes family lunch, child care, crafts and videos for children and youth. Speakers occasionally scheduled.

    Cascades Fellowship CRC, 2390 W. High Street Jackson, MI 49203

    Karen Twa

    Rapid River, MI

    Phone: (906) 225-7706

    Email: kltwa@mfire.com

    Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority – Treats behavioral and mental health conditions caused by FASD.

    1040 S Winter St., Suite 1022 Adrian, MI 49221

    Phone: (517)-263-8905

    March of Dimes, Michigan Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality through research, services, education and advocacy.

    27600 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 150 Southfield, MI 48034

    Phone: (248) 359-1550

    Fax: (248) 213-4923

    Michigan FASD State Coordinator (NAFSC Member)

    Washington Square Building, 109 W. Michigan Avenue, 3rd Floor Lansing, MI 48909

    Phone: (517) 335-8379

    Fax: (517) 335-8822

    E-mail: kimballd1@michigan.gov

    Contact: Debra Kimball M.S.N., R.N., Michigan Department of Community Health, Maternal Health Nurse Consultant, MMMS State Coordinator

    FASD State Program Coordinator, Bureau of Family, Maternal and Child Health, Division of Family and Community Health.

    Michigan Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Task Force, Wayne State University – The Michigan FASD Task Force is a collaboration of self-advocates, family members, disability researchers, and policy makers who come together to address FASD through awareness, prevention, and greater access to services.

    Leonard N. Simons Bldg, 4809 Woodward Avenue, Suite 268 Detroit, MI 48202

    Phone: (313) 577-8562

    Contact: Ann Carrellas

    Email: do9921@wayne.edu

    Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. – Represents students in special education cases.

    4095 Legacy Parkway, Suite 500 Lansing, MI 48911

    Phone: (517) 487-1755, Toll Free: (800) 288-5923

    Fax: (517) 487-0827

    Michigan Treatment Information Line – Offers special education services in students' home districts.

    Toll Free: (888) 736-0253

    Monroe County Intermediate School District

    1101 S. Raisinville Rd. Monroe, MI 48161

    Phone: (734) 242-5799

    NOFAS Affiliate: MCFARES, Michigan Coalition for Fetal Alcohol Resources Education and Support (NOFAS Michigan) – MCFARES offers an FASD News and Views quarterly newsletter, a Speakers Bureau, Family Support/Information, Support at IEP Meetings, monthly pot-luck dinners with families affected by FASDs, a Yahoo information group, and a Facebook information group.

    44050 N. Gratiot Clinton Township, MI 48036

    Phone: (586) 329-6722

    Contact: Charisse-Kossu Kowalski

    Email: charisse@mcfares.org, info@mcfares.org

    Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency – Provides families support and case management.

    2375 Gordon Road Alpena, MI 49707

    Phone: (989) 358-4600, Toll Free: (866) 484-7077

    Spaulding for Children – Training and resource center on special-needs adoptions, funded by the U.S. Government.

    16250 Northland Drive, Suite 120 Southfield, MI 48075

    Phone: (248) 443-0300

    Fax: (248) 443-7099

    St. Joseph Mercy Oakland – St. Joseph Mercy Oakland (SJMO) has been given the distinction of a five-star rating in women’s health and named among the top five percent of U.S. hospitals in women’s health excellence.

    44405 Woodward Avenue Pontiac, MI 48341

    Phone: (248) 858-3000

    West Michigan Support Group – Contact Barbara Wybrecht or Corry Tait for more information.

    Westminster Presbyterian Church, 47 Jefferson Avenue Grand Rapids, MI 49503

    Contact: Barbara Wybrecht, Corry Tait

    Phone: (616) 241-9128

    Email: bmwybrecht@aol.com

    Phone: (616) 878-1839 Meets 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7 – 8:30 p.m.

    Western Michigan University Children’s Trauma Assessment Center – Provides trauma assessment.

    1000 Oakland Drive Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008

    Phone: (269) 387-7073

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Department of Genetics – Using a multidisciplinary approach, the Division of Genetic and Metabolic Disorders at DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan provides expert diagnosis, follow-up, treatment and counseling.

    3901 Beaubien Boulevard Detroit, MI 48201

    Phone: (313) 745-5437, Toll Free: (888) 362-2500

    Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Wayne State University – Our mission is to study and find solutions for the etiology and treatment of serious and chronic mental disorders.

    3901 Chrysler Service Drive, STE 2C Detroit, MI 48201

    Phone: (313) 577-9510

    Contact: Michelle Caton

    Email: sjacobs@med.wayne.edu

    FASD Diagnostic Clinic at the University of Michigan Health System – The FASD Diagnostic Clinic at the University of Michigan Health System provides diagnostic services for children ages 18 and younger who were exposed to alcohol in utero.

    1540 E Hospital Dr SPC 4234 Floor 6, Reception C Ann Arbor, MI 48109-4234

    Phone: (734) 936-9777

    Fax: (734) 936-6897

    Email: FAS-Clinic@med.umich.edu

    Marquette General Hospital: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Clinic – Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Clinic FASD evaluation to increase understanding so that effective educational, behavioral, and medical strategies can be developed.

    580 West College Avenue Marquette, MI 49855

    Phone: (906) 225-4777

    Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center – Child friendly center to investigate possible abuse and provide counseling and other services.

    112 S 4th St. Roscommon, MI 48653

    Phone: (989) 275-7145

    Contact: Amber MacKenzie, Coordinator

    Email: amber.mackenzie@nmcac4kids.org, nmcac4kids@gmail.com

    Southwest Michigan Children’s Trauma Assessment Center, WMU – Diagnoses patients with FASD after meeting certain criteria. Individuals who do not meet the criteria and are looking for diagnosis of FAS are referred to appropriate clinics to receive faster treatments.

    1000 Oakland Drive Kalamazoo, MI 49008

    Phone: (269) 387-7073

    Email: ctac@wmich.edu

    Spectrum Health Genetics Services – Counseling by a Spectrum Health geneticist, as well as information, support, and connection to community resources and services.

    25 Michigan St. NE #2000 Grand Rapids, MI 49503

    Phone: (866) 989-7999

    Contact: Melissa Zuteck, Helga Toriello

  • Ohio

    Treatment Services

    Center for Addiction Treatment, Inpatient – Medical detox followed by short-term residential drug and alcohol treatment, typically lasting 28 days. Includes medication assisted treatment option.

    830 Ezzard Charles Drive Cincinnati, OH 45214

    Phone: (513) 381-6672

    Center for Addiction Treatment, Outpatient – Intensive outpatient treatment, including medical detox as needed.

    834 Ezzard Charles Drive Cincinnati, OH 45214

    Phone: (513) 381-6672

    Email: info@CCATsober.org

    Columbus Springs, Changes Outpatient Dublin – Whether you're transitioning from inpatient hospitalization or just starting treatment for the first time, the Columbus Springs multidisciplinary team will work with you to develop a plan of care customized to your individual needs.

    6810 Perimeter West, Suite 100B Dublin, OH 43016

    Phone: (614) 379-3878

    Columbus Springs, Changes Outpatient Pickerington – Whether you're transitioning from inpatient hospitalization or just starting treatment for the first time, the Columbus Springs multidisciplinary team will work with you to develop a plan of care customized to your individual needs.

    1310 Hill Rd N., Suite 104 Pickerington, OH 43147

    Phone: (614) 962-6488

    Columbus Springs Dublin – Inpatient and outpatient treatment for addictions, mental health, and co-occurring disorders. Families of the patients have the opportunity to participate in education and support groups.

    7625 Hospital Drive Dublin, Ohio 43016

    Phone: (614) 368-9842

    Columbus Springs East – Inpatient and outpatient treatment for addictions, mental health, and co-occurring disorders. Families of the patients have the opportunity to participate in education and support groups.

    2085 Citygate Drive Columbus, OH 43219

    Phone: (614) 350-4532

    Glenbeigh – Drug and alcohol treatment center affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic.

    2863 State Route 45 Rock Creek, OH 44084

    Toll Free: (800) 234-1001

    University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Perinatal Center – Treats substance abusing pregnant and/or parenting women, with their infants.

    234 Goodman Street Cincinnati, OH 45219

    Phone: (513) 584-5239, Toll Free: (888) 338-2559

    Statewide Services

    4 Paws For Ability – Provides service dogs to individuals with developmental disabilities including FASD.

    253 Dayton Avenue Xenia, OH 45385

    Phone: (937) 374-0385

    Email: karen@4pawsforability.org

    The Arc of Ohio – The Arc of Ohio is a statewide membership association made up of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, friends, interested citizens and professionals in the disability field.

    1335 Dublin Road, Suite 100-A, Columbus, OH 43215

    Phone: (614) 487-4720, Toll Free: (800) 875-2723

    Email: info@TheArcofOhio.org

    Disability Rights Ohio – At Disability Rights Ohio, we provide legal advocacy and rights protection to a wide range of people with disabilities.

    200 Civic Center Drive, Suite 300 Columbus, OH 43215

    Phone: (614) 466-7264, Toll Free: (800) 282-9181

    Don Bartlette, Ph.D. – A Native American activist, Dr. Bartlette is himself fetal alcohol impaired; he speaks at conferences in the U.S. and Canada.

    2602 Ocelot Street N E North Canton, OH 44721

    Phone: (330) 497-1822

    Fax: (330) 499-0745

    Email: donbartlette@juno.com

    FAS Family Support Group

    890 N Hill Lane Cincinnati, OH 45224

    Phone: (513) 931-2116

    Contact: Marge Schaim, Coordinator

    Email: nangracia@aol.com

    Fox Run Center for Children and Adolescents – As a Residential Treatment Facility, Fox Run treats both boys and girls, ages 5-17, who are diagnosed with a psychiatric condition which requires in-patient placement.

    67670 Traco Drive St. Clairesville, OH 43950

    Phone: (740) 695-2131, Toll Free: (800) 245-2131

    Jill Gomez – Lecturer on the impact of FAS on families while conducting research and work within the community.

    4200 Claremont Drive Batavia, OH 45103

    Phone: (513) 732-5266

    Email: jill.gomez@uc.edu

    Lorain County Public Health – Training for providers and families with FASD prevention and strategies for working with individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure.

    9880 S Murray Ridge Road Elyria, OH 44035

    Phone: (440) 322-6367

    Fax: (440) 322-0911

    Contact: Kathy Bevaque

    Email: kbevaque@murrayridgecenter.org

    March of Dimes, Ohio Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    10806 Kenwood Road Cincinnati, OH 45242

    Phone: (513) 769-3588

    Ohio FASD State Coordinator – Facilitation and coordination of systems integration for the State of Ohio’s FASD Initiative. Assisting families, caregivers and professionals regarding services and other resources available in the State.

    280 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215

    Phone: (614) 644-8318

    Fax: (614) 995-4223

    Contact: Melinda S. Norman, Ohio Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services

    Email: mnorman@ada.ohio.gov

    Ohio Early Intervention – Statewide system that provides coordinated early intervention services to parents of eligible children under the age of three with developmental delays or disabilities.

    30 East Broad Street, 12th Floor Columbus, OH 43215

    Email: ei@dodd.ohio.gov

    Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County, FASD Coalition – Coalition focuses on prevention, education and support.

    117 S. Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45422

    Phone: (937) 225-5700

    Sun & Moon Ministries, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Adults Infants/Children Together with Hope (F.A.I.T.H.) – Support group to help parents, caregivers and professionals understand what it is like to have FAS. To help those individuals diagnosed with FAS know they are NORMAL for who they are.

    Phone: (513) 371-6636

    Contact: Rev. Pam Norris, Coordinator/Founder

    Email: pam_faith1163@yahoo.com

    Terry Quinn – Advocate/FASD speaker, parent of nine children, four by birth, 5 adoptive, two of which have FASD. Terry hosts a support group on raising children with FASD.

    Columbus, OH

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics – If you are concerned about your child’s development, our specialists are here to help.

    3430 Burnet Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45229

    Phone: (513) 636-4611, Toll Free: (800) 344-2462, ext. 4611

    Contact: Susan E. Wiley,MD

    Email: susan.wiley@cchmc.org

    Dayton Children’s Medical Genetics Department – We provide children and adults with diagnostic evaluation, genetic testing and genetic counseling on-site or at one of several off-site locations. We also offer genetic education to health care professionals, students and the community.

    #1 Children’s Plaza Dayton, OH 45404

    Phone: (937) 641-3800

    Contacts: Marvin Miller, M.D., Geneticist

    Mercy Health, Children’s Hospital – Diagnosis of genetic disabilities.

    2213 Cherry Street Toledo, Ohio 43608

    Phone: (419) 251-3232

    Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Regional Genetics Center – Provides diagnostic evaluations for patients with known or suspected genetic diseases, genetic and prenatal counseling for families, and treatment of genetic disorders.

    700 Children’s Drive Columbus, OH 43205

    Phone: (614) 722-3535

    Fax: (614) 722-3546

    NOFAS Affiliate: A Renewed Mind, Double ARC Center for FASD – Diagnosis of Disorders on the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum, Case Management, Individual Counseling with Children & Adolescents with FASD, Family Education & Support, Professional Training. Medicaid and Private Insurance is accepted.

    5164 Monroe St. Toledo, OH 43623

    Phone: (419) 890-1290, (419) 479-3060

    Contact: Sr. Suzette Fisher, Program Director; Janet Bosserman, Vice President

    Email: sfisher@arenewedmindservices.org; jbosserman@arenewedmindservices.org

    Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Division of Pediatric Emotional & Behavioral Disorders – Includes a multidisciplinary diagnostic clinic with a medical evaluation and neuropsychological evaluation in addition to some treatment of FASD.

    2101 Adelbert Road Cleveland, OH 44106

    Phone: (216) 844-3230

  • Ontario

    Treatment Services

    Amethyst Women's Addiction Center – Outpatient substance abuse treatment in English and French, as well as other community-based services.

    488 Wilbrod Street Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6M8

    Phone: (613) 563-0363

    Email: info@amethyst-ottawa.org

    Empathy House of Recovery – In-patient, women-centered, evidence-based, trauma informed, individualized treatment program where the primary problem is substance addiction.

    360 Sunnyside Avenue Ottawa, Ontario K1S 0S4

    Phone: (613) 730-7319

    Email: info@empathyhouseofrecovery.org

    The Jean Tweed Centre – Day, outpatient, and residential treatment programs.

    215 Evans Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 1J5

    Phone: (416) 255-7359

    Email: info@jeantweed.com

    Mamisarvik Healing Centre – Mamisarvik Healing Centre is an Inuit-specific, 12-bed, 53-day, co-ed, residential and day treatment program, for those aged 18 and older, struggling with trauma and addiction issues.

    1071 Richmond Road Ottawa, ON K2B 6R2

    Phone: (613) 565-5885

    Email: info@tungasuvvingatinuit.ca

    Mothercraft, Breaking the Cycle – Families receive integrated addictions counselling, health/medical services, parenting support, development screening and assessment, early childhood interventions, child care, access to FASD Diagnostic Clinic, and basic needs support in a single access setting in downtown Toronto, with home visitation and street outreach components.

    860 Richmond Street West, Suite 100 Toronto, ON, M6J 1C9

    Phone: (416) 364-7373

    Email: btcycle@mothercraft.org

    The Scarborough Hospital Addictions Program – Addictions treatment services.

    3050 Lawrence Ave. E. Scarborough, Ontario M1P 2V5

    Phone: (416) 438-2911

    Toronto Centre for Substance Use in Pregnancy (T-Cup) – Comprehensive substance use program for pregnant women.

    30 The Queensway Toronto, Ontario M6R 1B5

    Phone: (416) 530-6860

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  • Illinois

    Treatment Services

    Centerstone Illinois – Substance abuse treatment and other services. There are over several locations throughout Illinois, call to find the one nearest you.

    Several locations around Illinois.

    Phone: (618) 457-6703; Toll Free: (855) 608-3560 (appointments and info), (855) 985-0911 (crisis line)

    Hazelden Betty Ford – Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab and recovery.

    867 North Dearborn Street Chicago, IL 60610

    Phone: (312) 943-3534, Toll Free: (866) 350-8847

    Illinois Department of Human Services Family Case Management – Coordinates efforts to promote healthier pregnancies, including connection to treatment services.

    Several locations throughout Illinois

    Toll Free: (800) 843-6154

    Rosecrance – Addiction recovery services for teens and adults.

    Multiple locations throughout Illinois.

    Phone: (888) 928-5278

    Statewide Services

    Alan Long, Ph.D., Psychologist – Clinical and school psychologist who works with families from Illinois and Indiana.

    Box 1277, 18019 Dixie Highway Homewood, IL 60430-0277

    Phone: (708) 799-2929

    Fax: (708) 799-2942

    The Arc of Illinois – The Arc of Illinois and its chapters have always been in the forefront of strong advocacy positions for people with disabilities and their families.

    20901 LaGrange Rd. Suite #209 Frankfort, IL 60423

    Phone: (815) 464-1832

    Barbara and Robert Ferguson – Presentations and consultation on Fetal Alcohol related issue. Barbara is a nurse and Fetal Alcohol Specialist.

    2121 Oakton Street Evanston, IL 60202

    Contact: Barbara and Robert Ferguson

    Email: healthhorizons@juno.com, fase_thefacts@yahoo.com

    Bill and Barbara McArthur – Adoptive parents of four children with FAE.

    Phone: (815) 337-3318

    Email: wkbjmc@sbcglobal.net

    Children’s Place Association – Children’s Place Association provides critical assistance to Chicago’s most vulnerable children and their families in four key areas of impact: health, education, family stability, and financial stability.

    700 N. Sacramento Blvd, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60612

    Phone: (312) 733-9954

    Contact: Cathy Krieger, President and CEO

    Email: ckrieger@childrens-place.org

    Colleen Matarelli, R.N. – Retired FAS Consultant & Parent.

    3824 N Bigelow Peoria, IL 61604

    Phone: (309) 682-2024

    Email: cmat46@insightbb.com

    Dan Griffith, Ph.D. – Child Psychologist

    1433 S Brophy Park Ridge, IL 60068

    Phone: (847) 692-7440

    Email: griffith@attbi.com

    Dawne Busch, Parent – Parent of FASD children; Specialist in addictions recovery.

    21102 Indian Point Ave. Petersburn, IL 62675

    Phone: (217) 632-5994

    DuPage County FASD Parent Support Group – The Parent Support Group meets the second Wednesday of every month from 6 - 7:30 p.m. in Room 305 of Edwards Hospital. To register, please contact Ajeet Charate.

    Edward Hospital, 801 S. Washington Street Naperville, IL 60450

    Contact: Ajeet Charate, FASD Program Director and Educator

    Email: acharate@trinity-services.org

    Equip for Equality, Inc. – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    20 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60602

    Phone: (312) 341-0022, Toll Free: (800) 537-2632

    Email: contactus@equipforequality.org

    Trinity Counseling Center – The Family Counseling Center offers evidenced-based psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, and couples in individual and group formats in English and Spanish.

    301 Veterans Parkway New Lenox, IL 60451

    Phone: (815) 722-4384

    Contact: Bonnie Hassan, Director

    Email: bhassan@trinity-services.org

    Illinois Teratogen Information Services – Provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals.

    680 N. Lakeshore Dr., Suite 1230 Chicago, IL 60611

    Phone: (312) 981-4354, Toll Free: (800) 252-4847

    Institute for Family Development – The Institute for Family Development has been providing “Special Programs for Special People” for over 10 years and is recognized for its innovative and results-oriented treatments and caring staff.

    10730 W 143rd St # 32 Orland Park, IL 60462

    Phone: (708) 403-3200

    Kay Ratliff, Parent

    1 S 180 Theisen Trail Batavia, IL 60510

    Phone: (630) 879-6035

    March of Dimes, Illinois Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    141 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 1875 Chicago, IL 60604

    Phone: (312) 435-4007

    Fax: (312) 435-0988

    Email: IL623@marchofdimes.com

    New Lenox FASD Parent Support Group – This support group meets the first Wednesday of every month. The group is intended for families of individuals with FASDs. Guest speakers will present on topics relevant to FASD issues.

    13318 W. Lincoln Hwy New Lenox, IL 60451

    Phone: (815) 462-4273

    Contact: Nancy

    Northern Suburbs FASD Parent Education and Advocacy Group – The FASD Parent Education and Advocacy Group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 9:15-noon. Please contact Janet McDonald to register.

    431 S. Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, IL

    Phone: (847) 715-4678

    Contact: Janet McDonald

    Paula Kramer, Parent

    624 Caren Drive Buggalo Grove, IL 60089

    Email: tkramer1@mediaone.net

    Toni Kramer, Parent – Grandparent of an alcohol-affected child.

    46 White Oak Circle St. Charles, IL 60174

    Phone: (630) 443-5616

    Vivian Botka, Information specialist – mailings of information and referrals in Illinois. Mother of severe/profound multiply effected Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Child.

    221 Washington St. Streator, IL 61364

    Phone: (815) 673-5936

    Email: vivianbotka@gmail.com, msruup2@mchsi.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Illinois Center for Personal Development – Neuropsychological evaluations (child through adulthood).

    405 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 208 & 1114 Chicago, IL 60611

    Phone: (312) 755-7000

    Children’s Research Triangle – Expertise in assessing, diagnosing, and treating children with many challenges including FASD. Research and education regarding perinatal addictions; professional training, training products and seminars on FAS/FAE.

    70 East Lake Street, Suite 1300 Chicago IL 60601

    Phone: (312) 726-4011

    Fax: (312) 726-4021

    Contact: Ruth Bartman

    Email: info@cr-triangle.org

    Rockford Memorial Hospital, Department of Medical Genetics – Genetic Counselor Diagnosis; The department also has information on parent support groups.

    2400 North Rockton Avenue Rockford, IL 61103

    Phone: (815) 971-5069

    Fax: (815) 968-7830

    Contact: George Hoganson, M.D., Christi Munn,

    University of Illinois, College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics

    530 N E Glen Oak Avenue Peoria, IL 61603

    Phone: (309) 624-9584

    Fax: (309) 655-2565

    University of Illinois at Chicago Medical School, Department of Pediatrics

    840 S Wood Street Chicago, IL 60612

    Phone: (312) 355-0732

    Fax: (312) 355-0739

    Contact: George Hoganson

    Email: geh@uic.edu

  • Iowa

    Treatment Services

    Heart of Iowa – Can take pregnant and/or parenting women with substance abuse problems. Assessments, outpatient and residential treatment, services for youth and adults.

    Many locations throughout Iowa

    Phone: (319) 390-4611

    House of Mercy – House of Mercy is one of Iowa’s largest providers of transitional housing and clinical services for parenting women with addiction.

    1409 Clark Street Des Moines, IA 50314

    Phone: (515) 643-6500, (515) 643-6588

    Contact: Rebecca Petersen, director

    Iowa Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse – The Bureau focuses on and provides oversight for all aspects related to substance abuse prevention and treatment services in Iowa, in addition to injury prevention programs. Contracts with agencies to provide treatment, including several which can take pregnant and/or parenting women.

    321 E. 12th Street Des Moines, IA 50319

    Toll Free: (866) 242-4111, (515) 281-7080

    Contact: Kevin Gabbert

    Jackson Recovery Centers – Can take pregnant and/or parenting women with substance use.

    800 5th St., Suite 200 Sioux City, IA 51101

    Phone: (712) 234-2300

    Email: info@jacksonrecovery.com

    Prairie Ridge Integrated Behavioral Healthcare – Provides addiction treatment services

    Several locations in Iowa

    Phone: (641) 424-2391

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Iowa – The Arc of Iowa exists to ensure that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive the services, supports and opportunities necessary to fully realize their right to live and work, and enjoy life in the community.

    114 S. 11th Street West Des Moines, IA 50265

    Phone: (515) 508-1214

    Email: Casey@thearcofiowa.org

    ChildServe – We are experts in pediatric rehabilitation and care for children and young adults who have a wide variety of developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special health care needs.

    Several locations

    Phone: (515) 727-8750 (Johnston), (515) 232-7220 (Ames), (515) 280-5332 (Des Moines), (319) 351-5437 (Iowa City)

    Email: communications@childserve.org

    Crittenton Family Development Center – Our quality programs are designed to give life skills to children, young adults, and families that empower them to lead quality and self-sufficient lives.

    814 Pierce Street, Suite 100 Sioux City, IA 51101

    Phone: (712) 255-4321

    Deb Hoyt, Parent – Serves as parent coordinator for Iowa for FAS/FAE. She lives near Des Moines.

    149 35th Place Runnells, IA 50237

    Phone: (515) 966-2419, (515) 966-2565 (work)

    Email: iaconnects@aol.com

    Disability Rights IOWA – Disability Rights IOWA is a federally funded program that will protect and advocate for the human and legal rights of individuals with disabilities and/or mental illness.

    400 East Court Avenue, Suite 300 Des Moines, IA 50309

    Phone: (515) 278-2502, Toll Free: (800) 779-2502

    Family and Community Health Bureau, Iowa Department of Public Health – The Bureau of Family Health promotes the health of Iowa families by providing resources for health care services through public and private collaborative efforts.

    321 E. 12th Street Des Moines, IA 50319-0075

    Phone: (515) 281-7689, Toll Free: (800) 369-2229

    FASFlight – Works to educate the public on the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant.

    3011 Central Ave Bettendorf, IA 52722

    Contact: Barb and Stephen Neafcy

    Email: fasnest@msn.com, fasflight@msn.com

    Iowa Connects – A non-profit grassroots organization supporting families raising drug/alcohol affected and/or Reactive Attachment Disordered children. Serves as parent coordinator for Iowa for FAS/FAE.

    Runnells, Iowa 50237

    Contact: Deb Hoyt

    Email: iaconnects@aol.com

    Iowa’s Statewide Perinatal Care Program – The Statewide Perinatal Care Program provides professional training, development of standards/guidelines of care, consultation to regional and primary providers and evaluation of the quality of care delivered to reduce the mortality and morbidity of infants.

    200 Hawkins Drive Iowa City, IA 52242

    Phone: (319) 356-2637

    Contact: Dr. Jeffrey L. Segar, MD, Program Director, Neonatologist

    Lon and Marilyn Hamby, Parents – Have fostered and adopted children with FAS/FAE.

    123 S E Kirkwood Des Moines, IA 50315

    Phone: (515) 243-2802, (515) 243-1569 (work)

    Fax: (515) 243-8494

    Email: cajalolaz@aol.com

    March of Dimes, Iowa Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    425 2nd Street SE, Suite 605 Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

    Phone: (319) 247-5643

    Fax: (319) 247-5647

    Youth Law Center in Des Moines – A full-service nonprofit law office for children, combining the skills of specially trained and experienced attorneys and caseworkers to help victimized and troubled children.

    300 Walnut Street, Suite 295 Des Moines, IA 50309

    Phone: (515) 244-1172, Toll Free: (800) 728-1172

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Blank Children’s Hospital, Developmental Center – For infants and children with developmental, learning, or behavioral problems, our developmental pediatrics team has the training and expertise to evaluate, diagnose and care for your child.

    1206 Pleasant Street Des Moines, IA 50309

    Phone: (515) 241-5437

    University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Division of Medical Genetics – A Regional Genetics Counseling Clinic that provides diagnosis and follow-up for patients in Iowa and neighboring states. There are genetics resource clinics in most regions of the U.S.

    200 Hawkins Drive Iowa City, IA 52242-1083

    Phone: (319) 356-2296

    Contact: Val Sheffield

    Email: val-sheffield@uiowa.edu

  • Manitoba

    Treatment Services

    Canada Rehab, Manitoba – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in Manitoba.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

  • Minnesota

    Treatment Services

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Center City – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    15251 Pleasant Valley Road Center City, MN 55012

    Phone: (651) 213-4000, Toll free: (855) 453-1005

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Chaska – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    1107 Hazeltine Blvd., Suite 300 Chaska, MN 55318

    Phone: (952) 679-2920, Toll free: (855) 453-1005

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Maple Grove – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    7001 East Fish Lake Road Maple Grove, MN 55311

    Phone: (763) 420-4680, Toll free: (855) 453-1005

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Plymouth – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment for those aged 12-25.

    11505 36th Avenue North Plymouth, MN 55441

    Phone: (763) 509-3800, Toll free: (855) 453-1005

    Hazelden Betty Ford, St. Paul – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    680 Stewart Avenue St. Paul, MN 55102

    Phone: (651) 292-2405, Toll free: (855) 453-1005

    New Beginnings Minnesota – Addiction treatment services with locations in: Waverly, Minnetonka, Worthington, St. Peter, Elk River, Olivia, Litchfield.

    Several locations throughout Minnesota

    Toll Free: (877) 367-1715

    Statewide Services

    Acres for Life, Forest Lake – Equine assisted psychotherapy facility.

    18323 July Ave N. Forest Lake MN 55025

    Phone: (651) 257-4159

    Email: info@acresforlife.org

    The Arc Minnesota – The mission of The Arc Minnesota is to promote and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    2446 University Ave. W, Suite 110 St. Paul, MN 55114

    Phone: (952) 920-0855, Toll Free: (833) 450-1494

    Email: info@arcminnesota.org

    March of Dimes, Minnesota Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    8000 W 78th St. Suite 330 Edina, MN 55439

    Phone: (952) 835-3033

    NOFAS Affiliate: Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) – MOFAS has an extensive Minnesota state directory for information, resources and support on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). They strive to build partnerships and implement systemic change for the prevention and intervention of FASD.

    2233 University Avenue West, Suite 395 St. Paul, MN 55114

    Phone: (651) 917-2370, Toll Free: (866) 906-6327

    North American Council on Adoptable Children – Information and support for adoptive families.

    970 Raymond Avenue, Suite 106 St. Paul, MN 55114

    Phone: (651) 644-3036

    Fax: (651) 644-9848

    Residential Services Inc. (RSI) East Central MN, Mora – RSI is a private nonprofit organization supporting people with physical and cognitive disabilities and mental illness in reaching their fullest potential in whatever residential setting they choose to live.

    620 North Wood Street Mora, MN 55051

    Phone: (320) 679-3840

    Fax: (218) 727-2893

    Residential Services Inc. (RSI) East Central MN, North Branch – RSI is a private nonprofit organization supporting people with physical and cognitive disabilities and mental illness in reaching their fullest potential in whatever residential setting they choose to live.

    38625 14th Avenue North Branch, MN 55056

    Phone: (651) 674-5689

    Fax: (218) 727-2893

    Residential Services Inc. (RSI) Northeast MN – RSI is a private nonprofit organization supporting people with physical and cognitive disabilities and mental illness in reaching their fullest potential in whatever residential setting they choose to live.

    2900 Piedmont Avenue Duluth, MN. 55811

    Phone: (218) 727-2696

    Fax: (218) 727-2893

    Residential Services Inc. (RSI) Northern St. Louis County – RSI is a private nonprofit organization supporting people with physical and cognitive disabilities and mental illness in reaching their fullest potential in whatever residential setting they choose to live.

    108 South 5th Avenue Virginia, MN 55792

    Phone: (218) 749-3316

    Fax: (218) 741-7270

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Clinic, Essentia Health, Children’s Services – Provides FASD diagnostic services for children 17 and under.

    407 E 3rd St Duluth, MN 55805

    Phone: (218) 786-3925

    Pediatric Specialty Care Discovery Clinic, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital – Your child, whether an infant or young adult, deserves warm, nurturing care, provided with the expertise of specialists at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Services include those specific FASD.

    2512 S. 7th Street, 3rd floor Minneapolis, Minnesota 55454

    Phone: (612) 365-6777

  • Nebraska

    Treatment Services

    Drug Dependency Unit part of the Indian Health Service in Nebraska – Hospital-based treatment program for American Indians (women or men) from Nebraska, Iowa, Montana and South Dakota. Pregnant patients are welcome. Mothers with young children can get assistance housing them through local social agencies.

    P.O. Box 754 Winnebago, NE 68071

    Phone: (402) 878-2231

    Intertribal Treatment Program, Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition, Inc. – Forty-five day inpatient chemical dependency treatment. Patients must be Native Americans from Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota or South Dakota. Pregnant patients are accepted but there are no beds for infants or young children.

    2240 Landon Ct. Omaha, NE 68102

    Phone: (402) 346-0902

    Fax: (402) 342-5290

    Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services – Information about local treatment services.

    301 Centennial Mall South Lincoln, Nebraska 68509

    Phone: (402) 471-3121, Toll Free: (800) 648-4444 (Nebraska Resource Referral)

    St. Monica’s – Addiction treatment for women, with fees on a sliding scale based on ability to pay.

    120 Wedgewood Drive Lincoln, NE 68510-2431

    Phone: (402) 441-3768, (402) 441-3756 (admissions); Toll Free: (866) 836-2667

    Email: info@stmonicas.com

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Nebraska – The Arc of Nebraska is private, non-profit, statewide organization that stands with individuals and families in advocating and supporting Nebraskans with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 508 Lincoln, NE 68508

    Phone: (402) 475-4407

    Fax: (888) 519-6524

    Email: Edison@arc-nebraska.org

    Brett Kuhn, Ph.D., Pediatric Psychologist – Practice is at the Monroe-Meyer Institute.

    444 S 44th Street, 985450 Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, NE 68198-5450

    Phone: (402) 559-6408

    Fax: (402) 559-6864

    Email: brkuhn@unmc.edu

    Dennis and Liz Parde, Parents

    R R 1, Box 144 Blue Springs, NE 68318

    Phone: (402) 645-8336

    Email: dp35001@navix.net

    Disability Rights Nebraska – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    134 S. 13th St., Suite 600 Lincoln, NE 68508

    Phone: (402) 474-3183, Toll Free: (800) 422-6691

    Fax: (402) 474-3274

    Email: info@disabilityrightsnebraska.org

    March of Dimes, Nebraska Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    11640 Arbor Street, Suite 102 Omaha, NE 68154

    Phone: (402) 496-7111

    Fax: (402) 496-4635

    Email: NE408@marchofdimes.com

    Midwestern FASD Regional Training Center (MRFASTC) – A member of the regional team center consulting, educating, and training the public and medical health professionals on FASDs.

    2500 California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178

    Phone: (402) 280-5667

    Fax: (402) 280-5692

    Contact: Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L (Team Director for MRFASTC-Nebraska)

    Email: joydoll@creighton.edu

    Nebraska Department of Health, Maternal and Infant Health – Coordinates prevention services and children’s primary health care in Nebraska.

    301 Centennial Mall S P.O. Box 95044 Lincoln, NE 68509

    Phone: (402) 471-0165

    Fax: (402) 471-7049

    Contact: Jackie Moline

    Email: jackie.moline@nebraska.gov

    Trudy House, Parent

    514 E 9th Street Hastings, NE 68901

    Phone: (402) 463-7175

    Email: tthouse@charter.net

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Pediatric and Medical Genetics Services – FASD diagnosis

    7111 A Street, Suite 100 Lincoln, NE 68510

    Phone: (402) 484-5437

    Contact: Michael Schmidt, M.D., Ph.D.

    Shashi Bhatia, M.D. – FASD diagnosis

    3528 Dodge St. Omaha, NE 68131

    Phone: (402) 717-5550

    Email: sbhatia@creighton.edu

    University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation – The Munroe-Meyer Institute’s mission is to lead the world in transforming the lives of all individuals with disabilities and complex health care needs.

    412 S Saddle Creek Rd Omaha, NE 68131

    Phone: (402) 559- 6402

    Contact: Bruce Buehler, M.D. Ann Olney, M.D.

    Email: bbuehler@unmc.edu

  • North Dakota

    Treatment Services

    Badlands Human Service Center – Serves the region around Dickinson, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    300 13th Ave W Ste 1 Dickinson ND 58601-4857

    Phone: (701) 227-7500, (701) 227-7500 (crisis line 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.), (701) 290-5719 (crisis line after hours); Toll Free: (888) 227-7525

    Lake Region Human Service Center – Serves the region around Devils Lake, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    200 Hwy 2 W Devils Lake ND 58301-0650

    Phone: (701) 665-2200, (701) 662-5050 (crisis line); Toll Free: (888) 607-8610

    North Central Human Service Center – Serves the region around Minot, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    1015 S Broadway Ste 18 Minot ND 58701

    Phone: (701) 857-8500 (crisis line), Toll Free: (888) 470-6968 (crisis line)

    Northeast Human Service Center – Serves the region around Grand Forks, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    151 S 4th St Ste 401 Grand Forks ND 58201-4735

    Phone: (701) 795-3000, (701) 775-0525 (crisis line); Toll Free: (888) 256-6742, (800) 845-3731 (crisis line)

    Northwest Human Service Center – Serves the region around Williston, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    316 2nd Ave W P.O. Box 1266 Williston ND 58802-1266

    Phone: (701) 774-4600, (701) 572-9111 (crisis line); Toll Free: (800) 231-7724 (crisis line)

    South Central Human Service Center – Serves the region around Jamestown, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    520 3rd St NW, P.O. Box 2055, Jamestown ND 58402-2055

    Phone: (701) 253-6300, (701) 253-6304 (crisis line); Toll Free: (800) 260-1310

    Southeast Human Service Center – Serves the region around Fargo, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    2624 9th Ave SW, Fargo, ND 58103-2350

    Phone: (701) 298-4500, (701) 298-4500 (crisis line); Toll Free: (888) 342-4900 (crisis line)

    West Central Human Service Center – Serves the region around Bismarck, ND and provides services related to addiction, disabilities, mental illness, and other needs. Priority for treatment is given to pregnant women.

    1237 W Divide Ave, Ste 5, Bismarck, ND 58501-1208

    Phone: (701) 328-8888, (701) 328-8899 (crisis line); Toll Free: (888) 328-2662; (888) 328-2112 (crisis line)

    Statewide Services

    Action: FASD – Action:FASD is an organization dedicated disseminating FASD information with the hopes of educating people about the facts behind drinking while pregnant.

    Fargo, ND 58104

    Phone: (701) 318-1505

    Contact: Justin Boseck

    Email: CreateAction@afasd.org

    The Arc of North Dakota, Inc. – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    P.O. Box 2081 Bismarck, ND 58502-2081

    Phone: (701) 222-1854

    The Arc, Upper Valley – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    2500 DeMers Ave Grand Forks ND 58201

    Phone: (701) 772-6191

    Email: thearc@arcuv.com

    Lutheran Social Services – Supportive community services including pregnancy counseling, adoption, and more.

    3911 20th Ave. S. Fargo, ND 58103

    Phone: (701) 235-7341

    March of Dimes, North Dakota – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1712 Main Ave #101 Fargo, ND 58103

    Phone: (701) 235-5530

    Email: ND407@marchofdimes.com

    North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, Department of Special Education – Member of the FAS Task Force in North Dakota.

    600 East Boulevard Bismarck, ND 58505

    Phone: (701) 328-2277

    North Dakota FAS Task Force, Department of Pediatrics, University of North Dakota, School of Medicine and Health Science – The Task Force is made up of state and private agency representatives but NEED parent/child representation.

    North Dakota FAS Center, P.O. Box 9037 Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037

    Phone: (701) 777-3683

    Fax: (701) 777-4474

    Contact: Larry Burd, PhD, Chair; Ellen O’Connor, MS, RN, CS, Secretary

    Email: laburd@medicine.nodak.edu

    North Dakota FAS Task Force, Division of Mental Health and Substance – The Task Force is made up of state and private agency representatives.

    1237 W Divide Ave, Suite 1C Bismarck, ND 58501-1208

    Phone: (701) 328-8920

    North Dakota Protection and Advocacy Project – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    400 E Broadway, Suite 409 Bismarck, ND 58501

    Phone: (701) 328-2950, Toll Free: (800) 472-2670

    Fax: (701) 328-3934

    Email: panda@nd.us

    Pathfinder Family Center – A Native American Family Project is part of the Center’s services, along with parent training to help families advocate for their children in schools.

    1015 S. Broadway, Suite 42 Minot, ND 58701

    Phone: (701) 837-7500

    University of North Dakota, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science – Dr. Wilsnack conducts research on drinking and problem drinking among women, and on cultural and gender-related influences on women’s and men’s alcohol use and alcohol-related problems.

    501 North Columbia Road Stop 9037 Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037

    Phone: (701) 777-3065

    Fax: (701) 777-6478

    Contact: Sharon Wilsnack, Ph.D., Professor

    Email: sharon.wilsnack@UND.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Altru Health Institute, Pediatric Therapy Services – Staff does evaluations of patients, in cooperation with the Genetic/Birth Defects Clinic, University of North Dakota at Grand Forks.

    P.O. Box 6002 Grand Forks, ND 58206

    Phone: (701) 780-5000, Toll Free: (800) 732-4277

    Contact: Larry Burd, Ed.D.

    Email: laburd@medicine.nodak.edu

    Sanford Health, Pediatric Genetics – Sanford Pediatric Genetics helps parents and children understand the genetic factors and treatment options involved in genetic disorders or conditions.

    801 Broadway N Fargo, ND 58102

    Phone: (701) 234-2000

    Trinity Health Pediatrics – Diagnoses of children with FASD.

    101 Third Avenue SW, Room 201 Minot, ND 58701

    Phone: (701) 857-5000

    Fax: (701) 857-5028

  • Saskatchewan

    Treatment Services

    Regina Area AA Intergroup Office – AA meetings in Regina.

    #107 – Broad St. Regina SK S4R 8G9

    Phone: (306) 545-9300

    Email: a.a@sasktel.net

    Saskatoon Health Region – Addiction services.

    Suite 156, 122 3rd Ave. North, Sturdy Stone Building

    Phone: (306) 655-7777

  • South Dakota

    Treatment Services

    Keystone Treatment Center – Provides outpatient and residential addiction treatment programs for adults and teens.

    1010 E 2nd St Canton, SD 57013

    Phone: (844) 256-5843

    State Department of Human Services, Addiction Treatment Services – The Division of Behavioral Health accredits and contracts with addiction treatment agencies across the state to provide quality services to both adults and youth.

    700 Governors Drive Pierre, SD 57501

    Phone: (605) 367-5236

    Fax: 605-773-7076

    Tallgrass Recovery and Sober Living Homes – 30-day residential treatment run entirely by staff who are in recovery themselves.

    27048 Tallgrass Avenue Sioux Falls, SD 57108

    Phone: (605) 368-5559

    Statewide Services

    Disability Rights South Dakota – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    2520 E. Franklin St., Ste. 2 Pierre, SD 57501

    Phone: (605) 224-8294, Toll Free: (800) 658-4782

    Fax: (605) 224-5125

    March of Dimes, South Dakota Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1000 North West Avenue, Suite 230, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

    Phone: (605) 334-8203

    Fax: (605) 334-1397

    Email: SD450@marchofdimes.com

    Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center – Works to protect the health and human rights of Indigenous Peoples in our communities through many measures, including a fetal alcohol syndrome awareness program.

    P.O. Box 572 Lake Andes, SD 57356

    Phone: (605) 487-7072

    Fax: (605) 487-7964

    Pine Ridge Service Unit – Network of health centers and a hospital that serve the Lakota Indian population.

    P.O. Box 1201, East Highway 18 Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770

    Phone: (605) 867-5131

    Contact: Keith Hearst., Medical Director

    Roots to Wings FASD support and advocacy – Provides a monthly support group in Rapid City, SD. It also has an online support network on Facebook.

    18636 SD HWY 79 Newell, SD 57760

    Contact: Nora Boesem, President and Advocate; Julie Babbe

    Email: noraboesem@gmail.com, jrbabbe@yahoo.com

    Sioux San Hospital, Health Education Unit – As part of the Indian Health Service, the Sioux San Hospital Health Education Unit is a source of expert advice on FAS/FAE for families and professionals. A resource library is available.

    3200 Canyon Lake Drive Rapid City, SD 57702

    Phone: (605) 355-2500

    Contact: Arlene Marshall, Coordinator

    South Dakota Department of Human Services, Developmental Disabilities – Work to ensure that people with developmental disabilities have equal opportunities and receive the services and supports they need to live and work in South Dakota communities.

    Hillsview Plaza, E. Hwy 34 c/o 500 East Capitol, Pierre, SD 57501-5070

    Phone: (605) 773-3438

    South Dakota State FASD Coordinator, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

    E. Hwy 34, Hillsview Plaza Pierre, SD 57501

    Phone: (605) 773-3123

    Contact: Gilbert (Gib) Sudbeck, M.S.

    Email: gib.sudbeck@state.sd.us

    University of South Dakota, Center for Disabilities – Developmental disabilities program that can provide free FAS/FASD information to professionals and families.

    1400 W 22nd Street Sioux Falls, SD 57105

    Phone: (605) 357-1559, (605) 357-1439, (800) 658-3080

    Contact: Caitlin Borges, clinic Specialist/Social Worker

    Email: caitlin.borges@usd.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, USD – Our clinic provides appropriate diagnoses of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) with technical assistance to assist with the implementation of clinic recommendations.

    1400 W. 22nd St. Sioux Falls, SD 57105

    Toll Free: (800) 658-3080

    Email: Teresa.Byrnes@usd.edu

    Sanford Children’s Specialty Clinic – This Clinic provides comprehensive services in the areas of diagnosis, prevention and management of genetic disorders and birth defects. Centers are also located in Aberdeen, Pierre, and Rapid City; call the toll free number to arrange an appointment.

    1600 W 22nd Street Sioux Falls, SD 57117

    Phone: (605) 312-1000

  • Wisconsin

    Treatment Services

    Marshfield Clinic, Minocqua Center – Services delivered by experienced addiction counselors, as well as nurses, physicians and support staff with specialized training in the treatment of addiction.

    9601 Townline Road Minocqua, WI 54548

    Phone: (715) 358-1000, Toll Free: (800) 347-0673

    Contact: Elizabeth McPherson, MD, FACMG

    Meta House – Meta House programs provide a continuum of care that includes outpatient, intensive outpatient, day treatment and residential substance abuse treatment.

    2625 N. Weil St. Milwaukee, WI 53212

    Phone: (414) 962-1200

    Fax: (414) 962-2305

    Project Director: Christine Ullstrup

    Email: cullstrup@metahouse.org

    St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Individualized alcohol and drug outpatient treatment, as well as other behavioral health and physical health services.

    4404 State Road 70 Webster, WI 54893

    Toll Free: (877) 455-1901

    Tellurian – Psychological and medical detoxification treatment for individuals addicted to alcohol and/or drugs. Additional locations throughout the region.

    300 Femrite Drive Madison, WI 53716

    Phone: (608) 222-7311, Toll Free: (877) 661-9051

    Email: PatientServices@Tellurian.org

    Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services – Connects individuals to treatment services.

    1 West Wilson Street, Rm 850 Madison, WI 53702

    Phone: (608) 261-0651

    Contact: Bernestine Jeffers, Women’s Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Coordinator

    Email: bernestine.jeffers@wisconsin.gov

    Statewide Services

    Aloha Community Platteville – Aloha Community Platteville, an FASD supportive housing program in Platteville, Wisconsin, is seeking young adults living with FASD to be residents. The community will provide oversight, life skills coaching, and job mentoring as well as a safe environment.

    7692 Bunker Ridge Rd Platteville, WI 53818

    Phone: (808) 523-8191

    Email: fasdcommunities@gmail.com

    The Arc-Wisconsin – The Arc-Wisconsin provides a variety of assistance to people with developmental disabilities and their families including advocacy and public policy development, training and information, and guardianship services.

    P.O. Box 201 Stoughton, WI 53589

    Phone: (608) 422-4250

    Contact: Lisa Pugh, State Director

    Email: info@arcwi.org

    Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Eau Claire Center – Child and family services, including counseling and advocacy.

    2004 Highland Ave., Suite N Eau Claire, WI 54701

    Phone: (715) 835-5915

    Contact: Andrew Melkyn, MD

    Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs Program – The Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Program collaborates with national, state and community-based partners to link children to appropriate services, close service gaps, reduce duplication and develop policies to better serve families.

    Phone: (608) 266-8178

    Fax: (608) 267-3824

    Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), Madison – DRW provides protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. They are completely independent of state government and direct service providers.

    131 W. Wilson St., Suite 700 Madison, WI 53703

    Phone: (608) 267-0214

    Toll Free: (800) 928-8778

    Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), Milwaukee – DRW provides protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. They are completely independent of state government and direct service providers.

    6737 W. Washington St., Suite 3230 Milwaukee, WI 53214

    Phone: (414) 773-4646, Toll Free: (800) 928-8778

    Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), Rice Lake – DRW provides protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. They are completely independent of state government and direct service providers.

    217 W. Knapp St. Rice Lake, WI 54868

    Phone: (715) 736-1232, Toll Free: (800) 928-8778

    Genetics in Wisconsin: Resources for Families and Professionals – The Wisconsin Statewide Genetics website was created to give families and health care providers access to genetic information, screening, and education.

    Great Lakes FASD Regional Training Center University of Wisconsin, Madison – The Great Lakes FASD Regional Training Center (GLFRTC) provides training for medical and allied health professionals and students throughout the Great Lakes region and beyond on the prevention, identification, and treatment (management) of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

    School of Medicine and Public Health, 1100 Delaplaine Court Madison, WI 53715

    Phone: (608) 265-6392

    Kathy Kidd-Wuest – Legal advocate in Wisconsin.

    3409 Kipling Drive Madison, WI 53704-2461

    Phone: (608) 241-3074

    Fax: (608) 241-2663

    Email: kathykiddwuest@msn.com

    Kids Forward – Kids Forward advocates for effective, long-lasting solutions that break down barriers to success for children and families in Wisconsin using research and a community-informed approach.

    555 West Washington Ave. Suite 200 Madison, WI 53703

    Phone: (608) 284-0580

    Fax: (608) 284-0583

    March of Dimes, Wisconsin Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    5215 North Ironwood Road, Suite 100 Milwaukee, WI 53217

    Phone: (414) 778-3500

    My Baby and Me Program, Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation – My Baby and Me is a program to help pregnant women stay alcohol-free, and is a partnership between the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF).

    2503 Todd Drive Madison, WI 53713

    Phone: (608) 251-1675

    Contact: Chelsea Tibbets, Kristine Alaniz

    Email: ctibbetts@wwhf.org, kalaniz@wwhf.org

    Orchids FASD Services of Wisconsin – Orchids FASD Services of Wisconsin, Inc. (Orchids) is a non-profit organization of concerned parents and citizens of Wisconsin who provide supportive services and resources those with FASD.

    Email: info@orchidsfasdservices.org

    Post Adopt On-Line Support Group

    206 South University Avenue Beaver Dam, WI 53916

    Phone: (920) 885-6903

    Contact: Sandra Yaroch

    E-mail: syaroch@hotmail.com

    Wisconsin Family Ties – Wisconsin Family Ties is a statewide non-profit organization that provides information, education, referrals, and support including family advocates and support groups.

    16 North Carroll Street, Suite 230, Madison, WI 53703

    Phone: (608) 267-6800

    Email: info@wifamilyties.org

    Wisconsin FASD Treatment Outreach Project, Family Empowerment Network (FEN) – FEN is a resource, referral, support, and research program serving families affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) and the providers who serve them.

    1100 Delapaine Court Madison, WI 53715

    Phone: (608) 262-6590, Toll Free: (800) 462-5254

    Contact: Angelica Salinas, MS, CRC

    Email: fasdtc@fammed.wisc.edu

    Wisconsin State FASD Coordinator Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Bureau of Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery

    1 West Wilson Street, Rm 850, Madison, WI 53703

    Phone: (608) 261-0651

    Contact: Bernestine Jeffers

    Email: bernestine.jeffers@wisconsin.gov

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Fox Valley – Our Genetics and Genomics Program is a leader in genetic treatment and research for children and adults with concerns about genetic conditions and related issues.

    130 Second St. Neenah, WI 54956

    Phone: (920) 969-7900 (hospital), (920) 969-7970 (clinic)

    Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Campus – Our Genetics and Genomics Program is a leader in genetic treatment and research for children and adults with concerns about genetic conditions and related issues.

    8915 W. Connell Ct., Milwaukee, WI 53226

    Phone: (414) 266-2000, Toll Free: (877) 266-8989

    Gundersen Health System – Provides various resources for individuals with FASD.

    1900 South Avenue La Crosse, WI 54601

    Phone: (608) 775-2599

    Contact: Kerry Baldwin Jedele, MD

    Marshfield Clinic, Genetic & Birth Defects Clinic – Genetic diagnoses.

    1000 N Oak Avenue Marshfield, WI

    Phone: (715) 387-5511, Toll Free: (800) 782-8581

    Contact: Andrew Melkyn, MD

    Marshfield Clinic, Minocqua Center – Diagnosis services.

    9601 Townline Road Minocqua, WI 54548

    Phone: (715) 358-1000, Toll Free: (800)347-0673

    Contact: Elizabeth McPherson, MD, FACMG

    Mequon Clinic, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Our Genetics and Genomics Program is a leader in genetic treatment and research for children and adults with concerns about genetic conditions and related issues.

    1655 W Mequon Rd., Mequon, WI 53092

    Phone: (414) 607-5280

    Midtown Clinic, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Our Genetics and Genomics Program is a leader in genetic treatment and research for children and adults with concerns about genetic conditions and related issues.

    5433 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53216

    Phone: (414) 277-8900

    Red Cliff Community Health Center – This program only serves Red Cliff Tribal members.

    36745 Aiken Road, Bayfield, WI 54814

    Phone: (715) 779-3707

    Contact: Grace Heitsch, MD

    St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton, Genetics Clinic – The hospital meets a broad variety of patient needs including genetics counseling.

    1506 S. Oneida Street, Appleton, WI 54915

    Phone: (920) 831-1284

    Contact: David Wargowski, MD; Greg Rice, MD

    St. Vincent Hospital, Genetics – This program provides testing for individuals with FASD.

    HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, P.O. Box 13508 Green Bay, WI 54301

    Phone: (920) 433-8559

    Contact: David Wargowski, MD

    Waisman Center, Medical Genetics Clinic – Medical geneticists and genetic counselors provide initial diagnostic/confirmatory services, care coordination, counseling and referral and longitudinal care.

    1500 Highland Ave. Madison, WI 53705

    Phone: (608) 263-3301, Toll Free: (800) 323-8942

    Contact: Greg Rice, MD

District VII

  • Alabama

    Treatment Services

    Alabama Department of Mental Health – They can provide referrals to treatment services for pregnant and/or parenting women who have alcohol/drug abuse disorders.

    100 North Union Street Montgomery, AL 36130

    Phone: (334) 242-3454, Toll Free: (800) 367-0955

    JAFI Bham – 12-step meetings in the Greater Birmingham area.

    1224 20th Street South Birmingham, AL 35205

    Phone: (205) 933-1008

    Email: info@jafibham.com

    WellStone, Cullman – Substance abuse services for adolescents and adults.

    1909 Commerce Avenue Cullman, AL 35055

    Phone: (256) 734-4688, (256) 255-1020

    WellStone, Huntsville – Substance abuse services for adolescents and adults.

    4040 South Memorial Parkway Huntsville, AL 35802

    Phone: (256) 533-1970, (256) 705-6444

    Statewide Services

    Alabama Association for Persons Supporting Employment First – Provide education, technical assistance and training, advocacy and support to individuals with disabilities, family members, employers, and employment specialists.

    8228 Royal Oak Court Montgomery, AL 36117

    Email: byron.white@mh.alabama.gov

    Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities (ACDD) – The Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities (ACDD) has a mission to support independence, advocacy, productivity, and inclusion for Alabamians with developmental disabilities.

    RSA Union Building, 100 North Union Street P.O. Box 301410 Montgomery, AL 36130

    Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services – Through a continuum of services, ADRS provides assistance throughout a lifetime for individuals with disabilities.

    602 S. Lawrence St. Montgomery, AL 36104

    Phone: (334) 293-7500, Toll free: (800) 441-7607

    Fax: (334) 293-7383

    Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) – ADAP’s mission is to provide quality, legally-based advocacy services to Alabamians with disabilities in order to protect, promote and expand their rights.

    624 Paul W. Bryant Drive, 5th Floor, Martha Parham Hall West Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

    Phone: (205) 348-4928, Toll Free: (800) 826-1675

    Fax: (205) 348-3909

    Email: adap@adap.ua.edu

    Alabama FASD State Coordinator

    201 Monroe Street Montgomery, AL 36104

    Phone: (334) 206-2928

    Fax: (334) 206-2983

    Contact: Janice M. Smiley, MSN, RN, Director

    Email: janice.smiley@adph.state.al.us

    Alabama Post Adoption Connection (APAC) – Alabama Post Adoption Connections (APAC) provides information and referrals, support groups, buddy family networks, and a resource library that includes information on FAS/FASD.

    2141 14th Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35205

    Phone: (205) 251-7148

    Email: cas@childrensaid.org

    Alabama Work Incentives Network (ALA-WIN) – Statewide program that helps Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries understand their work options so that they may make more informed choices regarding employment.

    206 13th Street South Birmingham, AL 35233

    Toll Free: (866) 869-3290

    The Arc of Alabama, Inc. – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    557 South Lawrence Street Montgomery, AL 36104

    Phone: (334) 262-7688, Toll Free: (866) 243-9557

    Email: Info@TheArcofAlabama.com

    Council on Substance Abuse – The Council on Substance Abuse-NCADD is a non-profit organization combating addictions and related problems. NCADD’s major programs include prevention and education, information and referral, advocacy, public awareness, and technical assistance.

    828 Forest Avenue Montgomery, AL 36106

    Phone: (334) 262-7477 (recovery support services), (334) 262-1629

    Fax: (334) 262-6725

    Email: info@cosancadd.org

    March of Dimes, Alabama Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    450 Century Park South, Suite 200-B, Birmingham, AL 35226

    Phone: (205) 824-0103

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Civitan International Research Center – The Clinic provides a broad range of services to Alabama’s families with or at-risk for developmental disabilities.

    Sparks Clinic, 1720 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35294

    Phone: (205) 934-8900, Toll Free: (800) 822-2472

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Pediatrics – A number of clinics exist to provide support for families and for follow-up of patients with special medical needs including infants of substance abusing mothers.

    1600 7th Avenue South, Suite MTC 20 Birmingham, AL 35233

    Phone: (205) 934-4531, Toll Free: (800) 822-8816

    Fax: (205) 975-6503

    Contact: Carolyn Ashworth, MD

    Email: cashworth@uab.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    University of South Alabama, Genetic Birth Defects Center – The Genetic Birth Defects Center and its regional clinics provide diagnostic and other services for families residing in South Alabama, West Florida and Mississippi.

    307 University Blvd, Rm 214, CCCB Mobile, AL 36688

    Phone: (251) 460-7500

    Fax: (251) 460-7684

    Contact: Wladimir Wertelecki

    Email: wwertelecki@usouthal.edu

  • Arkansas

    Treatment Services

    Harbor House – Treatment services specifically designed for women, including meeting the special needs of pregnant women and those with young children.

    615 North 19th Street Fort Smith, AR 72914

    Phone: (479) 785-4083, Toll Free: (855) 631-4648

    Quapaw House – Treatment for pregnant and parenting women, can be accompanied by their young children.

    812 Mountain Pine Road Hot Springs, AR 71913

    Phone: (501) 767-4456

    Fax: (501) 624-2455

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Arkansas – The Arc of Arkansas provides supports, housing, advocacy, education and leadership to people with disabilities and their families.

    2004 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72206

    Phone: (501) 375-7770

    Email: thearcarkansas@arcark.org

    Arkansas Department of Health, Maternity Program – Referrals for prenatal care; education for patients served by public maternity clinics.

    4815 W Markham, Slot 16, Little Rock, AR 72205

    Phone: (800) 462-0599

    Arkansas Teratogen Information Service, Arkansas Reproductive Genetics Program, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences – Provides information on teratogens for health professionals only.

    4301 W Markam, SLOT 506 Little Rock, AR 72205

    Phone: (501) 296-1700 ,Toll Free: (800) 358-7229

    Contact: Curtis L. Lowery, MD

    Disability Rights Center of Arkansas, Inc. – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    400 West Capitol, Suite 1200 Little Rock, AR 72207

    Phone: (501) 296-1775, Toll Free: (800) 482-1174

    Fax: (501) 296-1779

    Email: Info@DisabilityRightsAr.org

    MidSOUTH – With locations across Arkansas, MidSOUTH provides leadership, training, and product support in the areas of addiction, child welfare, technology, distance learning, and organizational development. Some of their training units focus on FAS/FAE.

    2801 S. University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72204

    Phone: (501) 296-1920

    Fax: (501) 296-1927

    Email: support@midsouth.ualr.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic, Jonesboro – The Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic provides evaluation of children and adults with birth defects, inherited conditions, metabolic disorders, and more.

    520 Carson Street Jonesboro, AR 72401

    Phone: 870-336-2175, (501) 364-4000

    Contact: Stephen Bates, M.D.

    Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic, Springdale – The Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic provides evaluation of children and adults with birth defects, inherited conditions, metabolic disorders, and more.

    2601 Gene George Blvd. Springdale, AR 72762

    Phone: (501) 364-4000, (479) 725-6800, 479-725-6995 (appointments)

    Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic, West Little Rock – The Arkansas Children's Genetics and Metabolic Clinic provides evaluation of children and adults with birth defects, inherited conditions, metabolic disorders, and more.

    16101 Cantrell Road, Suite 114, Little Rock, AR 72223

    Phone: (501) 364-4000, 501-364-8957

    James L. Dennis Developmental Center – The center provides outpatient services such as behavior consultation, developmental diagnostic tests, developmental medicine, and developmental screening.

    1301 Wolfe Street Little Rock, AR 72202

    Phone: (501) 364-1830

    Fax: (501) 364-4967

    Contact: Dr. Charles Feild

    Email: FeildCharlesR@uams.edu

    Schmieding Developmental Center UAMS Department of Pediatrics – The Schmieding Developmental Center provides comprehensive developmental assessments of children from birth to 18 years of age. The assessments address a number of developmental concerns including fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.

    519 Latham Drive Lowell, AR 72745

    Phone: (479) 750-0125

  • Kansas

    Treatment Services

    City On A Hill’s Outpatient Services – Outpatient treatment services.

    116-1/2 E Chestnut Street, Suite 2, Garden City, KS 67846

    Phone: (620) 276-0840

    City On A Hill’s Reintegration/Outpatient Program – Services include Diagnostic Assessments for Alcohol and Drug conditions, outpatient group and individual treatment options, and a 90-day reintegration program for women reentering society after inpatient treatment, incarceration, or other circumstances.

    529 N. New York Avenue Liberal, KS. 67901

    Phone: (620) 624-2246

    Contact: Charissa Bradford, Program Director

    City On A Hill’s Women’s Residential Program, Marienthal – Residential substance treatment center for women ages 18 and up, with a focus on trauma.

    1083 E Road O Marienthal, KS 67863

    Phone: (620) 379-4478

    City On A Hill’s Women’s Residential Program, Sedan – Residential substance treatment center for women ages 18 and up, with a focus on trauma.

    1010 State HWY 99 Sedan, KS 67361

    Phone: (620) 710-5060

    Johnson County Mental Health Center ACT Olathe – Thirty bed residential facility for adolescents experiencing problems due to a substance use disorder. The program is staffed 24 hours a day by licensed clinicians and youth care technicians and provides teens with a safe, trauma informed environment to begin their recovery.

    920 W. Spruce St. Olathe, Kansas 66061

    Phone: (913) 782-0283, (913) 268-0156 (24 hour emergency services)

    Johnson County Mental Health Center ADU Shawnee – Fourteen bed unit that assists individuals safely through the process of withdrawing from alcohol or other drugs in a non-medical setting.

    11120 West 65th Street, Olathe, Kansas 66203

    Phone: (913) 826-4100

    Marillac Campus, University of Kansas Health System – Addiction treatment services for adolescents.

    8000 West 127th Street, Overland Park, Kansas 66213

    Phone: (913) 574-3800

    Miracles Inc., Miracles House – Inpatient treatment services.

    1250 North Market Street Wichita, Kansas 67214

    Phone: (316) 264-5900

    Mirror Inc. – Short term, long term and alternative treatment services, as well as transitional programs. Includes services for adolescents.

    Many locations throughout Kansas.

    Phone: (316) 303-9520

    Pathway Family Services Inc. – Psychiatric treatment services for children and adolescents, including for substance abuse.

    4101 SW Martin Drive, Suite B, Topeka, Kansas 66609

    Phone: (785) 783-8438, (877) 810-8583 (referral or information)

    Sunflower Wellness Retreat – Residential treatment center for alcohol and substance use.

    29875 W 339th Street, Osawatomie, KS 66064

    Phone: (913) 755-4357

    Valley Hope Atchison – Valley Hope offers residential and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as virtual services.

    1816 North 2nd Street Atchison, Kansas 66002

    Phone: (913) 367-1618

    Valley Hope Moundridge – Valley Hope offers residential and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as virtual services.

    200 S Avenue B Ave, Moundridge, KS 67107

    Phone: (620) 860-1904

    Valley Hope Norton – Valley Hope offers residential and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as virtual services.

    709 West Holme Street Norton, Kansas 67654

    Phone: (785) 877-5101

    Valley Hope Overland Park – Valley Hope offers residential and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as virtual services.

    10114 W 105th St Overland Park, KS 66212

    Phone: (913) 432-4037

    Valley Hope Wichita – Valley Hope offers residential and outpatient addiction treatment, as well as virtual services.

    901 W Douglas Ave Wichita, KS 67213

    Phone: (316) 264-7369

    Statewide Services

    American Academy of Pediatrics, Kansas Chapter – Supports children and families with resources on child development and other information.

    P.O. Box 860481, Shawnee, KS 66286

    Phone: (913) 530-6265

    Dayna Brown, Parent – Support, Resource’s, and Education on raising kids with FAS.

    Wichita, KS

    Phone: (316) 529-2582

    Email: dayna.brown@att.net

    Disability Rights Center of Kansas – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    214 SW 6th Ave., Ste 100, Topeka, KS 66603

    Phone: (785) 273-9661, Toll Free: (877) 776-1541

    Fax: (785) 273-9414

    Dr. Byron Cline, Wichita Ob-Gyn Associates

    551 N Hillside Street, Suite 510, Wichita, Kansas 67214

    Phone: (316) 685-0559

    Dr. Rose Marchick – Adoption Specialist that is also knowledgeable about FASD.

    Email: RoseMarchick@aol.com

    Flint Hills Counseling & Consulting Center – Work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues, working with individuals, couples and family in all stages of life.

    527 Commercial, Suite 517 Emporia, Kansas 66801

    Phone: (620) 342-4473

    Contact: Wesley C. Jones, Ph.D

    Email: fhccc@myvalunet.net

    Heartspring – The Heartspring School is a not-for-profit residential and day school serving students with developmental disabilities ages five through 21.

    8700 E. 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226

    Phone: (316) 634-8700, Toll Free: (800) 835-1043

    Kansas Family Partnership – Contracts with the state to provide prevention, counseling, and intervention services.

    5942 SW 29th St Topeka, KS 66614

    Phone: (785) 266-6161

    Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Children and Families Section – Programs including the perinatal community collaborative and a birth defects program.

    1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 220 Topeka, KS 66612-1274

    Phone: (785) 296-1306

    Contact: Stephanie Wolf, Perinatal Consultant

    March of Dimes, Kansas Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    4400 College Blvd., Suite 180 Overland Park, KS 66211

    Phone: (913) 469-3611

    Email: KS632@marchofdimes.com

    Rainbows United, Inc. – Early-intervention center in south central Kansas providing special education, physical therapy and similar services for young children up to age 5.

    3223 North Oliver Wichita, KS 67220

    Phone: (316) 267-5437, (316) 260-4673

    Fax: (316) 558-3400

    Email: info@rui.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Connecting Point – Services including developmental screenings for children birth to age five, educational, and community resources.

    3223 North Oliver Ave. Wichita, KS 67220

    Phone: (316) 267-3535

    Email: connectingpt@rui.org

    Center for Child Health and Development, KU Medical Center – Diagnosis and follow-along. A FACIES Program has been in place for several years, providing training to foster and adoptive caregivers and school teachers about FAS/FAE.

    3901 Rainbow Boulevard, Building 18, Kansas City, KS 66160-7340

    Phone: (913) 588-6300

    Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic Clinic at Flint Hills Community Health Center – The team consists of speech therapists, occupational therapists, public health nurses, social workers, and family advocates.

    420 West 15th Ave. Emporia, KS 66801

    Phone: (620) 342-4864

    Email: fhchc@flinthillshealth.org

    University of Kansas Genetic Services – Diagnosis of genetic disorders. Department also provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals in Kansas.

    3901 Rainbow Boulevard Kansas City, KS 66160

    Phone: (913) 588-6381

    Contact: Majed Dasouki, MD, Clinical Geneticist; Jennifer Roberts, MS, Genetic Counselor

    Email: jroberts6@kumc.edu

  • Louisiana

    Treatment Services

    Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for South Louisiana – Provides interventions to help families with addiction-related problems, programs for children, adolescents and their families, and in-services/speeches on alcohol/drug-abuse prevention topics.

    1155 St. Charles Street, Houma, LA 70360

    Phone: (985) 879-2273

    Fax: (985) 879-3766

    Contact: Jill Robichaux, Program Coordinator

    Email: jillr@adacsl.org

    Capital Area Human Services – CAHS is part of SAMHSA’s Partnership to Prevent FASD and it provides many services related to FASD prevention including a variety substance use treatment options.

    4615 Government Street, Building 2 Baton Rouge, LA 70806

    Phone: (225) 922-2700, Toll-Free: (866) 628-2133

    Louisiana Office for Addictive Disorders – Links substance abusing women with treatment resources. In some centers infants and young children may be accommodated.

    1201 Capitol Access Road, BIN #18, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, LA 70802

    Phone: (225) 342-6717

    Fax: (225) 342-3931

    Northlake Behavioral Health System – Inpatient treatment center for adolescents and adults with substance abuse disorders.

    23515 Hwy 190 P.O. Box 3850 Mandeville, LA 70470

    Phone: (985) 626-6300

    Contact: Cheryl Bowers-Stevens

    William Black, M.D., Obstetrician – Treats pregnant and parenting patients who have substance abuse disorders and works statewide on FAS prevention. Can refer families to support groups.

    15748 Medical Arts Plaza, Hammond, LA 70403

    Phone: (985) 542-0663

    Fax: (985) 542-0698

    Statewide Services

    Advocacy Center of Louisiana – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    8325 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

    Toll Free: (800) 960-7705

    Email: advocacycenter@advocacyla.org

    Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of South Louisiana – Resources for alcohol and drug abuse prevention.

    1155 Saint Charles Street, Houma, LA 70360

    Phone: (985) 879-2273

    Fax: (985) 879-3766

    The Arc of Louisiana – The Arc of Louisiana advocates with and for all people with intellectual and related developmental disabilities and their families so that they shall live to their fullest potential.

    606 Colonial Drive, Suite G Baton Rouge, LA 70714

    Phone: (866) 966-6260, (225) 383-1033

    Email: info@thearcla.org

    Bayou Land Families Helping Families, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 3 – Assumption, Lafourche, St. James, St. John, Terrebonne, St. Charles, and St. Mary.

    286 Highway 3185 Thibodaux, LA 70301

    Phone: (985) 447-4461, Toll Free: (800) 331-5570

    Fax: (985) 447-7988

    Email: bayoulandfhf@blfhf.org

    Corinne Barnwell – Parent and a retired social worker.

    1917 Audubon Street New Orleans, LA 70118

    Phone: (504) 862-0311

    Email: wbarnwell@cox.net

    Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse of Greater New Orleans – CADA empowers community members to build a safe and healthy future through prevention, treatment and recovery support services that foster resilience and well-being.

    2640 Canal Street, 4th Floor, New Orleans, LA 70119

    Phone: (504) 821-2232

    Email: admin@cadagno.org

    Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana, Health Department, Substance – Counseling and other services in a small Indian community. Provides services for low income, uninsured, and underinsured populations.

    P.O. Box 818 Elton, LA 70532

    Phone: (318) 584-2208

    Families Helping Families of Acadiana, Inc.– Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 4 – Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, and Vermillion.

    100 Benman Rd., Lafayette, LA 70506

    Phone: (337) 984-3458, Toll Free: (855) 984-3458

    Fax: (337) 984-3468

    Email: info@fhfacadiana.org

    Families Helping Families of the Crossroads, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 6 – Avoylles, Concordia, Catahoula, Grant, LaSalle, Rapides, Vernon, and Winn.

    2840 Military Highway, Suite A, Pineville, LA 71360

    Toll Free: (800) 259-7200

    Contact: Jim Sprinkle, Director

    Phone: fhfxroads@aol.com

    Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 2 – Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana.

    2356 Drusilla Lane, Baton Rouge, LA 70809

    Phone: (225) 216-7474, Toll Free: (866) 216-7474

    Fax: (225) 216-7977

    Contact: Jamie Tindle, Executive Director

    Email: info@fhfgbr.org

    Families Helping Families of Jefferson, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 10 – Jefferson.

    700 Hickory Ave Harahan, LA 70123

    Phone: (504) 888-9111, Toll Free: (800) 766-7736

    Contact: Mary Jacob, Director

    Email: mjacob@fhfjefferson.org

    Families Helping Families of Northeast Louisiana – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 8 – Caldwell, East Carroll, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union and West Carroll.

    5200 Northeast Road, Monroe, LA 71203

    Phone: (318) 361-0487, Toll Free: (888) 300-1320

    Families Helping Families of Region 7, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 7 – Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, DeSoto, Natchitoches, Red River, Caliborne, Sabine and Webster.

    2620 Centenary Blvd, Bldg 2, Suite 250 Shreveport, LA 71104

    Phone: (318) 226-4541, Toll Free: (877) 226-4541

    Fax: (318) 226-4518

    Contact: Chanel Jackson, Director

    Email: info@fhfregion7.com

    Families Helping Families of Southeast Louisiana, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 1 – Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard.

    2401 Westbend Parkway, Suite 3090 New Orleans, LA 70114

    Phone: (504) 943-0343, Contact: Carol Calix, Executive Director

    Email: info@fhfnela.org

    Families Helping Families of Southwest Louisiana, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 5 – Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Jefferson Davis, and Cameron.

    2927 Hodges Street, Lake Charles, LA 70601

    Phone: (337) 436-2570, Toll Free: (800) 894-6558

    Fax: (337) 436-2578

    Contact: Susan Benoit, Director

    Email: info@fhfswla.org

    Gulf Coast Social Services – Group homes and foster care for youth, as well as services for people with diabilities. Locations in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Hammond, Houma, Lafayette, Lake Charles and New Orleans.

    2400 Edenborn Ave., Metairie, LA 70001

    Phone: (504) 831-6561, Toll Free: (800) 759-2975

    Healthy Start New Orleans – Healthy Start is a community-based program that can help you navigate prenatal/postnatal care, enroll in community assistance programs, and become your baby's first and most important teacher.

    1616 Caffin Ave New Orleans, LA 70117

    Phone: (504) 658-2600

    March of Dimes, Louisiana Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    11960 Bricksome Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70816

    Phone: (225) 295-0655

    Northshore Families Helping Families, Inc. – Provides information and referral, education and training, and family to family support for persons with disabilities and their families. Serves Region 9 – St. Tammany, St. Helena, Livingston, Washington, and Tangipahoa.

    204 West 21st Avenue, Covington, LA 70433

    Phone: (985) 875-0511, Toll Free: (800) 383-8711

    Email: info@fhfnorthshore.org

    Partners for Healthy Babies (Louisiana Office of Public Health) – Our goal is to link pregnant women to the services they need to help them be healthy, and have healthy babies.

    1450 Poydras, Room 2032, New Orleans, LA 70112

    Phone: (504) 568-3504

    Email: PHBLouisiana@gmail.com

    Pelts, Kirkhart, & Associates, LLC. – Pelts, Kirkhart & Associates, LLC offers a variety of mental health services for children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples including treatment for individuals prenatally exposed to drugs/alcohol.

    1539 Jackson Avenue, Suite 300, New Orleans, LA 70130

    Phone: (504) 581-3933

    Contact: Patricia Blackwell, PhD, Developmental Psychologist

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Children’s Hospital, Department of Genetics – Genetics The Department of Genetics provides the diagnosis, counseling and management of a complete range of genetic disorders including FASDs.

    200 Henry Clay Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118

    Phone: (504) 896-9254

    Fax: (504) 896-3997

    Tulane University Medical Center, Department of Neurology – Diagnosis of FASDs.

    1430 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70112

    Phone: (504) 988-9190, 504-988-5561 (clinic in Downtown Tulane), 504-988-5561 (clinic in Lakeside Tulane)

    Contact: Dr. Roger Kelley, Chairman

    University Medical Center

    2390 W Congress Street, Lafayette, LA 70506

    Phone: (337) 261-6000

  • Mexico

    Treatment Services

    Centro De Rehabilitacion Clinica IMA – Centro de rehabilitación dirigida a personas que sufren alcoholismo y dependencia de drogas.

    Phone: (55) 5761-8229 (Mexico Distrito Federal), (415) 152-2761 (San Miguel de Allende)

    Clínica Océanica – Tratamientos residenciales.

    Calle Estero la Escopama S/N, Playas el Delfin, 82100 Mazatlán, Sin.

    Phone: (55) 5615-3333, (669) 989-8800

  • Mississippi

    Treatment Services

    Catholic Charities Diocese of Jackson, Born Free Program – Born Free is a primary residential treatment program for pregnant and/or parenting women needing assistance to recover from chemical addictions.

    850 E. River Place, Jackson MS 39202

    Phone: (601) 355-8634

    Contact: Lisa McBride, Program Director

    Metro Counseling Center – Provides substance abuse outpatient treatment services for individuals residing in Hinds County/Jackson MS and surrounding areas.

    911 Palmyra Street, Jackson, MS 39205

    Phone: (601) 353-0502

    Fax: (601) 353-0149

    Contact: Mr. E. C. Bell, Director

    Email: executivedirector@metrocounselingcenter.org

    Mississippi Department of Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division – Case managers and substance abuse counselors can provide services for pregnant and parenting women.

    1101 Robert E Lee Building, 239 N Lamar, Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: (601) 359-1288, Toll Free: (877) 210-8513

    Region One Mental Health Center – Self-paced addiction treatment, including for pregnant women and parents who want to bring their children with them.

    3000 Highway 49, South Tutwiler, MS 38963

    Phone: (662) 624-2152, Toll Free: (888) 404-8002 (after hours crisis line)

    Email: info@regionone.org

    Turning Point – Fully accredited recovery center in Greater Memphis area that provides care for substance abuse and mental health.

    340 Stateline Rd. W., Southaven, MS 38671

    Phone: (662) 510-5387, Toll Free: (888) 759-7639

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Mississippi – The Arc of Mississippi works to include all children and adults with cognitive, intellectual, and developmental disabilities in every community. We focus on abilities, respect, choice for all, and encourage active citizenship and inclusion in every community.

    704 North President Street Jackson, MS 39202

    Phone: (601) 355-0220

    Choctaw Tribal School, Special Education Classes – Tribal school which serves over 1500 American Indian students in eastern Mississippi. The Special Education section serves a number of children who have been diagnosed with FAS/FAE.

    122 Division of Schools Drive, Choctaw, MS 39350

    Phone: (601) 650-7302

    Disability Rights Mississippi – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    5 Old River Place, Suite 101, Jackson, Mississippi 39202

    Phone: (601) 968-0600, Toll Free: (800) 772-4057

    Fax: (601) 968-0665

    Dr. Quinisha Logan, Magnolia Women’s Center – Ob-gyn knowledgeable about FASD prevention.

    3714 Hwy 72, West Corinth, MS 38834

    Phone: (662) 293-1575

    March of Dimes, Mississippi Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    586 Lakeland E Dr., Suite B, Flowood, MS 39232

    Phone: (601) 933-1071

    Fax: (601) 933-1152

    Email: MS390@marchofdimes.com

    Mississippi State Department of Health, Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs – MSDH services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs provides family-centered care coordination services for children and youth whose health care needs involve a range of specialized providers.

    570 East Woodrow Wilson Dr, Jackson, MS 39216

    Phone: (601) 576-7281, Toll Free: (800) 844-0898

    Mississippi State FASD Coordinator, Mississippi Department of Mental Health

    239 North Lamar Street, Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: (601) 359-6291

    Fax: (601) 576-4040

    Contact: Trisha Hinson, M.Ed., CMHT, Dept. of Mental Health/Div of Children & Youth

    Email: trisha.hinson@dmh.state.ms.us

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS MidSouth – NOFAS-MidSouth provides advocacy, support, and education, and serves as a resource for the FASD community in the MidSouth.

    696 Jackson Ave, Memphis, TN 38105

    Phone: (901) 606-2949

    Email: nofasmidsouth@gmail.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    University of Mississippi Medical Center, Children’s Rehabilitation Center – The Children’s Rehabilitation Services at the University of Mississippi Medical Center provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluation and treatment for children and adolescents with physical, developmental or chronic medical disabilities.

    2500 North State St. Jackson, MS 39216-4505

    Phone: (888) 815-2005, (866) 862-3627 (physician to physician phone line)

    Contact: R.C. Sneed, M.D., Medical Director

    University of Mississippi Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Child Development Center – Offers comprehensive initial and follow-up services for children and adolescents ages birth to 17 who have problems in the area of development, learning, behavior or emotion.

    5903 Ridgewood Road, Jackson, Mississippi 39211

    Phone: (601) 984-5236

    Fax: (601) 984-2975

    Contact: Susan Buttross M.D., Developmental Pediatrician

    Email: sbuttress@ped.umsmed.edu

  • Missouri

    Treatment Services

    The Children’s Mercy Hospital – The program is an intensive, multi-agency effort providing comprehensive home-based services to pregnant and postpartum women and their families affected by alcohol or other drugs and/or HIV.

    2401 Gillham Road, Kansas City, MO 64108-9898

    Phone: (816) 234-3000, Toll Free: (866) 512-2168

    Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse – Provides treatment resources for pregnant women who are in need of addiction-related services.

    P.O. Box 687, Jefferson City, MO 65101

    Phone: (573) 751-4942, Toll Free: (800) 575-7480

    Email: adamail@dmh.mo.gov

    Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health – Accredited services for drug and alcohol detox, outpatient and residential treatment, case management, and more.

    Various locations throughout state.

    Toll Free: (800) 455-5749

    Contact: Clif Johnson

    Email: cjohnson@semobh.org

    Truman Medical Center, Behavioral Health Program – Provides treatment for adolescents and adults (outpatient only).

    300 West 19th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64108

    Phone: (816) 404-5700

    Fax: (816) 404-6045

    Statewide Services

    The Arc Missouri Chapter – The Arc of the United States Missouri Chapter is a grassroots organization working to support and empower persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through advocacy and education, expanding individual choices and promoting community inclusion.

    Several locations around Missouri

    Phone: (573) 693-1511

    Email: arcmoinfo@arcofmissouri.org

    Disabilities Advocacy & Support Network (S.W. Missouri) – The Network is a parent run support organization for individuals with development disabilities and their families. It serves the following counties in Missouri: Christian, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Hickory, Laclede, Ozark, Polk, Stone, Taney, Webster, and Wright.

    1515 E. Pythian Springfield, MO

    Phone: (417) 895-7464

    Family Information Network – Provides FAS information for other countries as well as the U.S.

    9109 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64114

    Phone: (816) 361-7589

    Contact: Peggy Oba, R.D.H., M.B.A.

    Email: PSOBA@aol.com

    First Steps – Provides intervention and family support services for children ages from birth to three who meet eligibility criteria (developmental delay, preterm birth, or other qualifying conditions, including fetal alcohol syndrome).

    4230 S. Phelps Road Independence, MO 64055

    Phone: (816) 363-1078

    Contact: Jana Robinson, SPOE Director

    Email: jrobinson@cssmo.org

    Jenny Hatfield-Callen –Trained mentor parent-parent of a young adult with FASD. Also an information specialist.

    618 N. 31st Street, Kansas City, MO 66102

    Phone: (913) 621-3280

    Email: hatfieldcallenj@umkc.edu, timandjenny@live.com

    March of Dimes, Missouri Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    11829 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

    Phone: (314) 513-9990

    Fax: (314) 513-9997

    Email: mo633@marchofdimes.com

    Melinda Ohlemiller, Parent and Director of Prevention and Advocacy

    1816 Lackland Hill Parkway, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO 63146

    Phone: (314) 817-2285

    Contact: Melinda Ohlemiller

    Email: mohlemiller@slarc.org

    St. Louis Arc – Provides family and professional education materials, resources and presentations on FAS; parent mentoring available in some areas.

    Midwestern FASD Regional Training Center (MRFASTC), Saint Louis University/University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center/Nurses for Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Healthy Families and Yout– Provides coordination and administration of prenatal substance abuse monitoring and prevention services for the State of Missouri.

    P.O. Box 570, 912 Wildwood, Jefferson City, MO 65102

    Phone: (573) 751-6400

    Email: info@health.mo.gov

    Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities – The division improves the lives of eligible persons with developmental disabilities through programs and services to enable those persons to live independently and productively.

    1706 E Elm Street, Jefferson City, MO 65102

    Phone: (573) 751-4054, Toll Free: (800) 207-9329

    Email: ddmail@dmh.mo.gov

    Missouri Parent Training & Information (MPACT) – Provides advocacy training throughout Missouri. Founded by parents of children with disabilities.

    7421 Mexico Road, Suite 200 St. Peters, MO 63376

    Toll Free: (800) 743-7634

    Email: info@missouriparentsact.org

    Missouri Protection and Advocacy Services – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities, dedicated to protecting rights.

    925 S Country Club Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109

    Phone: (573) 659-0678, Toll Free: (800) 392-8667

    Missouri Recovery Network – Provides advocacy and support for those recovering from substance abuse.

    Phone: (573) 634-1029

    National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, St. Louis Area Chapter – Provides resources and information on alcohol-related problems and issues; includes public awareness and prevention services.

    9355 Olive Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132

    Phone: (314) 962-3456

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS Missouri – NOFAS Missouri is committed to raising public and professional awareness of the dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and addressing the needs of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and their families.

    707 Clark Hall, Columbia, MO 65211

    Phone: (573) 500-0838

    Contact: Dr. Leigh Tenkku Lepper

    Email: tenkkul@missouri.edu

    Parents as Teachers, National Center – Provides information on child development, FAS and other special needs. Also provides a home visiting program available for infants and toddlers.

    2228 Ball Dr., St. Louis, MO 63146

    Phone: (314) 432-4330, Toll Free: (866) 728-4968

    St. Louis Arc – Provides family and professional education materials; resources and presentations on FASD as well as family support.

    1177 North Warson Rd., St. Louis, MO 63132

    Phone: (314) 569-2211

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, Division of Medical Genetics – Diagnosis; physicians see patients in Illinois and Missouri.

    1465 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63104

    Phone: (314) 577-5639

    Fax: (314) 268-4112

    Contact: Stephen Braddock, M.D.

    Email: braddock@slu.edu

    Children’s Mercy Hospital Genetics Clinic – Diagnosis of FASD; clinic sees patients from Missouri and Illinois.

    2401 Gillham Road Kansas City, MO 64108

    Phone: (816) 234-3771, Toll Free: (866) 512-2168

    Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Bureau of Genetics and Healthy Childhood – Genetic services including diagnosis of FASD and educational resources.

    P.O. Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102

    Phone: (573) 751-6266, Toll Free: (800) 877-6246

    Email: info@health.mo.gov

    St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Department of Genetics – The Division of Medical Genetics is uniquely qualified to treat a wide variety of genetic diseases and has immediate access to three excellent onsite genetics laboratories. It also conducts a thorough physical examination and collects medical history and family history to support a diagnosis.

    One Children’s Place, St. Louis, MO 63110

    Phone: (314) 454-5437, Toll Free: (800) 678-5437

    Contact: Kathy Grange, M.D.

    University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics, Department of Medical Genetics – Diagnosis of FASD. The department also provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals in Missouri.

    404 Keene Street, Suite 101, Columbia, MO 65201

    Phone: (573) 882-6921

  • Oklahoma

    Treatment Services

    Gateway to Prevention and Recovery – Outpatient treatment services in Shawnee, Chandler, and Seminole. Costs based on ability to pay. Also provides prevention and other services.

    Several locations

    Phone: (405) 273-1170

    Contact: Cindy Stober LPC, LADC, NCGCII (Clinical Director)

    National Indian Women’s Health Resource Center – General information regarding FASD for women and families, referrals for substance abuse treatment.

    228 S. Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464

    Phone: (918) 456-6094

    Fax: (918) 456-8128

    Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services – Provides a network of area prevention resource centers to direct individuals to proper services.

    2000 N. Classen Blvd, Ste E600, Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Phone: (405) 248-9200

    Contact: Lenae Clements

    Email: lclements@odmhas.org

    Statewide Services

    International Prevent FAS Research Group, International Collaboration in FASDs Research – Research and capacity building international studies funded by NIH NIAAA and Fogarty International Center and CDC and have worked on training and implementation projects.

    940 N.E. 13th Street Nicholson Tower, Suite 4900, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104

    Phone: (405) 271-8858

    Fax: (405) 271-2931

    Contact: Tatiana Balachova, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Team Leader

    Email: tatiana-balachova@ouhsc.edu

    March of Dimes, Oklahoma Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    5100 North Brookline, Suite 850 Edmond, OK 73112

    Phone: (405) 943-1025

    Fax: (405) 943-8901

    Email: ok427@marchofdimes.com

    Oklahoma ABLE Tech – ABLE Tech is an assistive technology program serving individuals with disabilities of all ages statewide.

    1514 W. Hall of Fame Stillwater, OK 74078

    Phone: (405) 744-9748, Toll Free: (800) 257-1705

    Email: abletech@okstate.edu

    Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    2915 Classen Boulevard, Suite 300 Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Phone: (405) 525-7755, Toll Free: (800) 880-7755

    Fax: (405) 525-7759

    Oklahoma Production Center – Focuses on teaching individuals with developmental disabilities how to find jobs.

    216 W. Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464

    Phone: (918) 456-1929

    Contact: Effie Foster Ballard, Executive Director

    Email: info@opcdd.com

    Oklahoma State Department of Health, Perinatal and Reproductive Health Division – Includes a Maternity Program (prenatal care, nutrition counseling, referrals), Preventive Health Education for men and women, Fetal and Infant Mortality Review and Maternal Mortality Review.

    1000 N E 10th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1299

    Phone: (405) 271-4476

    Contact: Jill Nobles-Botkin

    Email: jill@health.ok.gov

    OK Prevent, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) – Dedicated to raising community awareness and educating health and other professionals and about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs).

    940 N.E. 13th Street, Nicholson Tower Suite, 4900 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104

    Phone: (405) 271-8858

    Fax : (405) 271-2931

    Contact: Tatiana Balachova, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Oklahoma State Education Director

    Email: tatiana-balachova@ouhsc.edu

    Shannon Esmeyer, Parent – Parent representative of adopted twins with FASD. Happy to help direct individuals to doctors.

    Tulsa, OK

    Phone: (918) 270-1849

    Email: shannon.esmeyer@okstate.edu, shannonesmeyer@yahoo.com

    Sooner Success – Information, referral, community navigation, and other resource help for children and youth with special needs and families.

    940 N.E. 13th Street, Suite 4900, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

    Phone: (877) 441-0434

    Email: sooner-success@ouhsc.edu

    Special Education Resolution Center (SERC) – The Special Education Resolution Center (SERC) manages the special education due process hearing system for the State of Oklahoma.

    9726 E 42 St., Suite 203, Tulsa, OK 74146

    Phone: (918) 270-1849, Toll Free: (800) 257-1705

    Contact: Shannon Esmeyer, Administrative Assistant

    Email: shannon.esmeyer@okstate.edu

    TARC – TARC is committed to ensuring a high quality of life for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities and their families through education, empowerment, support and advocacy.

    2516 East 71st Street, Suite A, Tulsa, OK 74136

    Phone: (918) 582-8272, Toll Free: (800) 688-8272

    Email: tarc@ddadvocacy.net

    Wilma Mankiller Center, Community Health Center – FAS prevention education for families who are part of the Cherokee nation. The Sooner Start Program provides Early Intervention in children’s homes.

    Route 2, Box 840, Stilwell, OK 74960

    Phone: (918) 696-8800

    Fax: (918) 696-8850

    Contact: Lisa Hart

    Diagnosis of FASD

    OU Child Study Center, Department of Pediatrics, OUHSC – Diagnosis of FAS and other childhood problems, ages 0 to 6.

    1100 NE 13th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73117

    Phone: (405) 271-5700, ext. 45114

    Contact: Vicki Cook, Assistant Director, ABC clinic

    Email: vicki-cook@ouhsc.edu

    Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City – Diagnostic evaluation and consultation, ages 0 to 18.

    Phone: (405) 271-4211

    Contact: Mary Stockett, MD, Pediatrician

    Email: mary-stockett@ouhsc.edu

    Department of Pediatrics, Section of Genetics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) – Upon completion of the FAS diagnosis, the Department of Genetics provides services for FAS at their clinic.

    OU Children’s Physician Building, Suite 12100, 1200 Children’s Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 93104

    Phone: (405) 271-8685

    Fax: (405) 271-8697

    Indian Health Care Resource Center – Performs screenings for FAS.

    550 South Peoria Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74120

    Phone: (918) 588-1900, (918) 342-6200 (after hours care)

    Contact: Laura Taylor, DO

    Oklahoma Area Indian Health Service – Provides diagnosis and referrals for Native Americans in Oklahoma (occasionally in Kansas).

    701 Market Drive, Oklahoma City, OK. 73114

    Phone: (405) 951-3820

    Contact: Robert Beasley, M.D., Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.

    W. Hastings Hospital – Hospital for Native American children and adolescents.

    100 S Bliss Tahalequah, OK 74464

    Phone: (918) 458-3100

    Contact: James Lewis, M.D., Pediatrician

  • Tennessee

    Treatment Services

    Centerstone Tennessee – Substance abuse treatment and other services. There are over several locations throughout Tennessee, call to find the one nearest you.

    Several locations around Tennessee.

    Phone: (615) 463-6610, (615) 460-4357 (appointments and info); Toll Free: (888) 291-4357 (appointments and info), (800) 681-7444 (crisis line)

    The Goodman Center – The Goodman Center is an outpatient wellness center with a focus on behavioral health. Uses a non-narcotic approach to treat conditions such as addiction, mental health, pain management and weight management.

    116 Concord Rd, Ste 100, Farragut, TN 37934

    Phone: (865) 888-4100

    Contact: Susan Barner

    Focus Treatment Center Chattanooga – Treatment program for adult men and women with whole-person care and a high staff to patient ratio.

    7429 Shallowford Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37421

    Phone: (423) 308-2560, Toll Free: (800) 675-2041

    Fax: (423) 308-2561

    Salvation Army Renewal Place – Renewal Place is a transitional housing program for chemically addicted women and their children, allowing mother and child to stay together during recovery.

    2649 Kirby Whitten Road, Memphis, TN 38133

    Phone: (901) 531-1750

    Vanderbilt Behavioral Health – Inpatient and outpatient services for substance abuse.

    1601 23rd Avenue, S. Nashville, TN 37212

    Phone: (615) 327-7000

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Tennessee – The Arc Tennessee advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

    545 Mainstream Drive, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37228-1213

    Phone: (615) 248-5878, Toll Free: (800) 835-7077

    Fax: (615) 248-5879

    Email: info@thearctn.org

    March of Dimes, Tennessee Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1101 Kermit Drive, Nashville, TN 37217

    Phone: (615) 800-7182

    Fax: (615) 399-0039

    Email: TN452@marchofdimes.com

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS MidSouth – Provides advocacy, support, and education, and serves as a resource for the FASD community in the MidSouth.

    696 Jackson Ave, Memphis, TN 38105

    Phone: (901) 606-2949

    Contact: Ellen Hafen, Administrative Director

    Email: nofasmidsouth@gmail.com

    Saddle Up! Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program for Children with Disabilities – Founded in 1990 and incorporated in 1991, Saddle Up! is the regions oldest and largest recreational therapeutic riding program, and it is the only one exclusively serving children and youth with documented disabilities.

    1549 Old Hillsboro Road Franklin, TN 37069

    Phone: (615) 794-1150

    Sayle Hudson, Parent of child with FASD – Works at The Center for Family in Shelbyville, TN and helps mothers and newborns through home visitation program.

    112 Leeann Drive, Shelbyville, Tennessee 37160

    Phone: (931) 536-5352

    Email: saylea@mytcfd.org

    Southeastern FASD Regional Training Center, Meharry Medical College/Morehouse School of Medicine/University of Tennessee/University of Louisville/Tennessee State University Meharry Medical College, Department of Family and Community Medicine – The purpose of the FASD Southeast Regional Training Center is to train primary care providers, residents, and students in the southeast states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

    1005 D.B. Todd Jr. Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208

    Phone: (615) 327-6572

    Fax: (615) 327-5634

    Contact: Roger Zoorob, MD, MPH, FAAFP

    Email: rzoorob@mmc.edu

    Tennessee Voices for Children, East TN – Tennessee Voices for Children speaks out as active advocates for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children and their families. We provide advocacy, training, support, referral, prevention, and early intervention service.

    P.O. Box 20847, Knoxville, TN 37940

    Phone: (865) 523-0701

    Fax: (865) 523-0705

    Tennessee Voices for Children, Main Headquarters – Tennessee Voices for Children speaks out as active advocates for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children and their families. We provide advocacy, training, support, referral, prevention, and early intervention service.

    500 Professional Park Drive, Goodlettsville, TN 37072

    Phone: (615) 269-7751

    Fax: (615) 269-8914

    Email: tvc@tnvoices.org

    Tennessee Voices for Children, West TN – Tennessee Voices for Children speaks out as active advocates for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children and their families. We provide advocacy, training, support, referral, prevention, and early intervention service.

    1920 Kirby Parkway, Suite 200, Memphis, TN 38138

    Phone: (800) 670-9882

    Fax: (615) 269-8914

    University of Tennessee, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology – Specializes in working with pregnant women who have substance abuse problems.

    853 Jefferson Avenue, Suite E102, Memphis, TN 38103

    Phone: (901) 448-2531

    Fax: (901) 448-4701

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Columbia Pediatric Clinic – Diagnosis, and can make referrals to family support groups.

    1600 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, TN

    Phone: (931) 388-8965

    Fax: (931) 388-0815

    Metro Center Healthcare Group – Diagnosis of FASD.

    131 French Landing, Nashville, TN 37228

    Phone: (615) 254-9981

    Fax: (615) 254 9747

    Contact: Theodora Pinnock, MD, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician

    Email: tpinnock@metrocenterhealthcare.com

    The Nashville Center for Hope and Healing – Specializes in child and adult psychiatry, including diagnosis.

    2125 Belcourt Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212

    Phone: (615) 379-8600

    Fax: (615) 269-3596

    Omni Visions, Inc. – Omni focuses on family, providing each individual with a community support system to facilitate and inspire growth and development. Their services include diagnosis and treatment of FASDs.

    301 S. Perimeter Park Drive, Suite 210, Nashville, TN 37211

    Phone: (615) 726-3603

    University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities – Provides diagnosis and interventions; patients must be referred by a pediatrician.

    711 Jefferson Avenue, Memphis, TN 38105

    Phone: (901) 448-6511, Toll Free: (888) 572-2249

    Fax: (901) 448-7097

    Contact: Frederick Palmer, M.D., Director

    Email: fpalmer@utmem.edu

    Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Center for Child Development – Provides diagnosis and screening for children with FASD.

    2200 Children’s Way, Nashville, TN 37232

    Phone: (615) 936-0249

District VIII

  • Alaska

    Treatment Services

    Akeela, Ketchikan Gateway Outpatient Substance Use Treatment – Women’s Outpatient Program provides general and intensive outpatient services to women who present with a variety of substance abuse issues.

    3050 Fifth Avenue Ketchikan, Alaska 99901

    Phone: (907) 225-4135

    Copper River Native Association – Provides many services for the Copper Valley region, including substance abuse treatment services.

    Mile 111.5 Richardson Highway, Glennallen, AK 99588

    Phone: (907) 822-5241

    Contact: Gay Wellman, FASD Community Team Coordinator

    Email: gay@copperriverna.org 

    Kodiak Native Association – Provides many services for the Kodiak Island borough, including the Chemical Dependency Program, which is designed to help individuals who have problems with alcohol and drugs.

    3449 Rezanof Drive East Kodiak, AK 99615

    Phone: (907) 486-9800

    Email: info@kodiakhealthcare.org 

    Sally Caldwell, LPC, MAC, CDCS-SEARHC Behavioral Health – The Behavioral Health program provides addiction intervention recovery groups, assistance to inpatient addiction treatment and case management. We also provide counseling and naltrexone for medical detox and early intervention on alcohol dependence. 

    3245 Hospital Drive, Juneau, AK 99801

    Phone: (907) 463-6646

    Email: mostlysunny@gci.net 

    Southcentral Foundation – Serves the Anchorage Bowl Area, providing a wide range of behavioral health services including detox and substance abuse treatment.

    4501 Diplomacy Drive Anchorage, AK 99508

    Phone: (907) 729-4955, Toll Free: (800) 478-3343

    Statewide Services

    Alaska Center for Resource Families – The Alaska Center for Resource Families (ACRF) was established to provide training, support, and information to Alaska licensed foster and adoptive parents.

    815 Second Avenue, Suite 202, Fairbanks, AK 99701

    Phone: (907) 479-7307, Toll Free: (800) 478-7307 or (866) 478-7307 

    Alaska Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Surveillance Project – A surveillance project that provides reliable, valid, and timely information on the number of infants and young children affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Alaska.

    3601 C Street, Suite 358, Anchorage, AK 99503

    Phone: (907) 269-8097

    Contact: Jennifer Bisson, Data Manager

    Email: Jennifer.Bisson@alaska.gov 

    Alaska Native Tribal Consortium, Division of Community Health Services (ANTHC) – The division’s staff monitors trends in deaths and illness, and develops comprehensive regional and community-based solutions for priority health problems.

    4000 Ambassador Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508

    Phone: (907) 563-2662

    Fax: (907) 729-1901 

    The Arc of Anchorage – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    2211 Arca Drive, Anchorage , AK 99508

    Phone: (907) 277-6677

    Fax: (907) 272-2161

    Email: info@thearcofanchorage.org 

    Arctic FASD Regional Training Center, University of Alaska Anchorage – The Arctic FASD RTC seeks to increase FASD knowledge and practice competence among medical and allied health care practitioners and students.

    3190 Alumni Drive Anchorage, AK 99508

    Phone: (907) 786-6381

    Fax: (907) 786-6382

    Email: cbhrs@alaska.edu

    Disability Law Center of Alaska – Disability Law Center (DLC) is an independent non-profit organization that provides legal advocacy services for people with disabilities anywhere in Alaska. FASED

    3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 103 Anchorage, AK 99501

    Phone: (907) 565-1002, Toll Free: (800) 478-1234

    Email: akpa@dlcak.org 

    Debra Evensen – Offers consultation, training, and workshops on FASDs for educators and other professionals.

    Email: debevensen@alaska.net

    March of Dimes – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    3209 Denali Street, Suite 200, Anchorage, AK 99503

    Phone: (907) 276-4111

    Contact: Debbie Golden, Director of Program Services

    Email: dgolden@marchofdimes.com

    Mat-Su Services for Children & Adults, Inc. – MSSCA provides a wide range of home and community based services for Mat-Su residents with intellectual or developmental disabilities, families with children experiencing developmental delays or disabilities and parents with questions about child safety and child development.

    1225 W Spruce Ave., Wasilla, Alaska 99654

    Phone: (907) 352-1200

    Norton Sound Health Corporation – Medical and community health services for Nome and surrounding areas.

    1000 Greg Kruschek Avenue, P.O. Box 966 Nome, AK 99762

    Phone: (907) 443-3311, Toll Free: (888) 559-3311

    Contact: Cynthia Naugler, FASD Community Team Coordinator

    NOFAS Affiliates: NOFAS Alaska/FAS Alaska – Provide statewide assistance for children affected by FAS and other alcohol related disabilities.

    P.O. Box 1092, Homer, AK 99603

    Phone: (907) 235-8900

    Contact: Debra Evensen

    Email: debevensen@alaska.net

    NOFAS Affiliate: Stone Soup Group – Stone Soup Group exists to sustain the health and well-being of Alaskan children with special health care needs and their families.

    307 E. Northern Lights Blvd., #100 Anchorage, AK 99503

    Phone: (907) 561-3701, Toll Free: (877) 786-7327

    Tok School District FASD Coordinator – Serves the Upper Tanana Region.

    P.O. Box 226, Tok, AK 99780

    Phone: (907) 883-5151 ext.110

    Contact: Leann Young

    Email: lyoung@tok.schoolaccess.net

    Tracy Pifer, Parent 

    23108 Sheltering Spruce, Chugiak, AK 99567

    Phone: (907) 688-5375

    Contact: Tracy Pifer

    Email: tjpifer@juneau.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Alaska Center for Children and Adults – The FACES Team serves children experiencing difficulties related to prenatal exposure to alcohol. Services include screening and multidisciplinary evaluations leading to diagnosis and recommendations for intervention. Serves the Fairbanks North Star Borough.

    1020 Barnette Street Fairbanks, AK 99701

    Phone: (907) 456-4003 ext. 126, Toll Free: (866) 456-4003

    Contact: Jenn Wagaman, FACES Team Coordinator

    Email: jenn.wagaman@alaskacenter.org

    Copper River Native Association – Provides many services for the Copper Valley region, including behavioral health assessments.

    Mile 111.5 Richardson Highway/P.O. Box H, Copper Center, AK 99573

    Phone: (907) 822-5241, (907) 320-1520 (crisis line)

    FASD Diagnostic Clinic and Education/Prevention Services, Ketchikan Indian Corporation – FASD diagnosis; serves the Ketchikan and Saxman areas.

    2960 Tongass Avenue, Ketchikan, AK 99901

    Phone: (907) 228-9200

    Fax: (907) 247-0429

    Contact: Jasmine Nelson, FASD Community Team Coordinator

    Email: jnelson@kictribe.org

    FASD Diagnostic Team Network, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health – Alaska’s FASD project is a comprehensive, integrated effort encompassing prevention of all Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), intervention targeted to high-risk women, screening and diagnosis of children at risk of FAS/ARBD and improved service delivery to families/individuals affected by FASD.

    350 Main Street, Suite 214, P.O. Box 110620, Juneau, AK 99811

    Phone: (907) 334-2673

    Contact: Hope Finkelstein, FASD Program Manager

    FASDx Services, LLC. – The Anchorage Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Diagnostic Team is a community collaboration supported by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and State of Alaska FASD Diagnostic Services Provider Agreement.

    405 E. Fireweed Lane, Suite 205, Anchorage AK 99503

    Phone: (907) 865-3279

    Fetal Alcohol Community Evaluation Services (FACES), Fairbanks Regional Public Health Center – The Fairbanks Alaska multi-disciplinary FACES (Fetal Alcohol Community Evaluation Services) Diagnostic Team assesses and diagnoses children between the ages of 5 up to age 14.

    1025 West Burnett Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701

    Phone: (907) 452-1776

    Email: faces@acca-ilp.org

    Frontier Community Services – Frontier Community Services is dedicated to helping people stay in their home and to remain active in their community. We provide a full array of services throughout a person's life span. Services include an FASD diagnostic clinic and services for those already diagnosed.

    43335 K-Beach Road, Suite 36, Soldotna, AK 99669

    Phone: (907) 262-6331

    Fax: (907) 262-6294

    Email: work@fcsonline.org

    Kodiak Native Association – Provides many services for the Kodiak Island borough, including mental health assessment and diagnosis.

    3449 Rezanof Drive, East Kodiak, AK 99615

    Phone: (907) 486-9800

    Providence Center for Children with Special Needs – The Pediatric Neurodevelopment Clinic at the Children’s Hospital at Providence provides neurodevelopmental assessment.

    2401 E 42nd Avenue, Suite 306, Anchorage, AK 99508

    Phone: (907) 562-9212

    Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) Diagnostic Team – SEARHC offers a wide range of behavioral health services with psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and behavioral health therapists on staff.

    700 Katlian Street, Suite E, Sitka, AK 99835

    Phone: (907) 966-8761

    Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation, FASD Diagnostic Team – This is a multi-disciplinary state approved diagnostic team. Diagnostic services provided to families of the YK Delta who have concerns about young people ages 5-17 specific to prenatal exposure.

    P.O. Box 528, Bethel, AK 99559

    Phone: (907) 543-6100

  • Alberta

    Treatment Services

    Canada Rehab, Alberta – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in Alberta.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

  • Arizona

    Treatment Services

    Native American Community Health Center – NATIVE HEALTH currently provides a wide range of programs including substance abuse treatment.

    4041 North Central Ave., Bldg. C, Phoenix, Arizona 85012

    Phone: (602) 279-5262 ext 3208

    Patina Wellness Center – Outpatient and Inpatient Services at Guiding Star and Indian Rehabilitation for Substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. Specialty services for pregnant, post-partum, and parenting women.

    337 E. Virginia Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Phone: (602) 424-2060

    Steps to Recovery Homes – The clients pay a weekly fee of $125.00. Steps to Recovery Homes provide a comfortable, safe, structured, drug and alcohol-free environment for those working to change their lives for the better.

    516 R AZ-89A #113, Cottonwood AZ. 86326

    Phone: (928) 649-0077

    Contact: Stacey Shurtz

    Email: help@stepstorecoveryhomes.org

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Arizona – The Arc is the nation’s leading advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and the premier provider of the supports and services people want and need.

    P.O. Box 83434, Phoenix, AZ 85071

    Phone: (602) 234-2721

    Email: arc@arcarizona.org

    Arizona Center for Disability Law – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    5025 East Washington St., Suite 202, Phoenix, AZ 85034

    Phone: (602) 274-6287, Toll Free: (800) 927-2260

    Fax: (602) 274-6779

    Email: center@azdisabilitylaw.org

    Arizona Department of Health, Women’s and Children’s Health – The Office of Women’s and Children’s Health (OWCH) supports efforts to improve the health of Arizona women and children. High risk perinatal program for pregnant women. Has developed guides for identifying substance exposed newborns.

    150 North 18th Ave, Suite 320, Phoenix, AZ 85008

    Phone: (602) 364-1419

    Contact: Patricia Tarango

    Arizona State FASD Coordinators 

    Phone: (926) 773-2307 (Cynthia Beckett), (520) 296-9172 (Teresa Kellerman)

    Contact: Cynthia D. Beckett, PhD and Teresa J. Kellerman

    Email: preventingfasd@gmail.com, tkellerman@cox.net

    The Emily Center Family Health Library – The Emily Center is a library that is free and open to the public. All the materials are about child health, injury and illness. They have books, videotapes and articles on FAS and other conditions.

    1919 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016

    Phone: (602) 933-1400

    Email: emilyc@phoenixchildrens.com

    FASSTAR Enterprises – Training is available on all aspects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, including community awareness, prevention, and intervention.

    4710 E. 29th St. Tucson, AZ 85710

    Phone: (520) 296-9172

    Contact: Teresa Kellerman

    Email: tkellerman@cox.net

    March of Dimes Arizona Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    3806 N 3rd St #200, Phoenix , AZ 85012

    Phone: (602) 266-9933

    Fax: (602) 266-9793

    Email: AZ601@marchofdimes.com

    Navajo Nation FASD Coordinator, Department of Behavioral Health Services

    P.O. Box 709, Window Rock, AZ 86515

    Phone: (928) 729-4468

    Contact: Louise S. Ashkie, FAS/FAE Project Coordinator

    Email: louise001@yahoo.com

    Pilot Parents of Southern Arizona – Pilot Parents of Southern Arizona provides a wide variety of programs and services that support families of children with disabilities including peer to peer support, parent training, and a resource library.

    1647 N. Alvernon Way, Suite 1, Tucson, AZ 85712

    Phone: (520) 324-3150, Toll Free: (877) 365-7220

    Email: ppsa@pilotparents.org

    Raising Special Kids – Raising Special Kids is a non-profit organization serving families of children with disabilities and special health care needs in central and northern Arizona. All programs and services are provided to families free of charge.

    5025 East Washington Street, Suite #204, Phoenix, AZ 85034

    Phone: (602) 242-4366, Toll Free: (800) 237-3007

    Email: info@raisingspecialkids.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Department of Genetics – The Genetics and Metabolism department at Phoenix Children's Hospital offers evaluation, diagnostic, treatment and follow-up services for children and families with genetic conditions.

    1920 E. Cambridge Ave., Ste 304, Phoenix, AZ 85006

    Phone: (602) 933-4363

    Sells Public Health Indian Hospital – The Sells Indian Hospital is a 14-bed facility with The Joint Commission accreditation and is physically located off of Arizona State Route 86, 60 miles west of Tucson in the Sells District of the Tohono O'odham Nation.

    P.O. Box 548, Sells, AZ 85634

    Phone: (520) 383-7251

    University of Arizona Dept. of Genetics and Developmental Pediatrics – They are experts in potential teratogen (chemical or medication) exposures to the fetus and the causes of mutations.

    1501 N Campbell Avenue, P.O. Box 245073, Tucson, AZ 85724

    Phone: (520) 626-6053

    Contact: Christopher Cunniff, M.D.

    Email: ccunniff@peds.arizona.edu

  • British Columbia

    Treatment Services

    Canada Rehab, British Columbia – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in British Columbia.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

  • Central America

    Treatment Services

    Costa Rica

    Instituto sobre Alcoholismo y Farmacodependencia Costa Rica – Tratamiento para el alcoholismo y dependencia de drogas.

    De la Escuela Franklin Roosevelt 300 este y 100 sur. La Granja, San Pedro de Montes de Oca. San José, Costa Rica

    Phone: +506 2224-6122

    El Salvador

    HOGARES CREA – Varios lugares en El Salvador para tratamiento de adicciones.

    Phone: 2263-5998, 2213-9920

    Email: informacioningresos@hogarescreaelsalvador.com

    Guatemala

    CRECER – Clínicas de tratamiento para el alcoholismo.

    Km. 16.25 Carretera a El Salvador, Guatemala, Centroamérica

    Calzada San Juan 10-72 Zona 7, Guatemala, Centroamérica

    Phone: 502 + 2471 8547

    Honduras

    CEREPA – CEREPA es un centro de rehabilitación para hombres y mujeres que sufren de adicciones que ofrece un plan de tratamiento integral adaptado a las necesidades del paciente con internamiento y complementado con consulta externa.

    Apartado postal #47 Catacamas, Olancho Honduras, Centro América

    Phone: 011-504-2799-4027

    Nicaragua

    Centro de Especialidades en Adicciones – Tratamientos basados en evidencia para problemas de adicción al alcohol, sustancias y condiciones relacionadas.

    Km. 12.8 Carretera Sur, Managua, Nicaragua

    Phone: +505 2223-6729; +505 2265-8379

    Panamá

    Ministerio De Salud- Republica de Panamá – Servicios para adiciones.

    Palacio de las Garzas, Corregimiento de San Felipe

    Phone: (507) 527-9600

  • Colorado

    Treatment Services

    Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous – Provides information on AA meetings as well as other resources. 

    2926 Zuni St., #202, Denver, CO 80211

    Phone: (303) 322-4440

    Go Sober – Alcohol treatment program.

    752 17th Ave., Suite 100, Longmont, CO, 80501

    Phone: (303) 827-4837

    Sandstone Care – Family centered, evidence based, systemic substance use treatment for teens and young adults.

    2100 S. Cherry Street Denver, CO 80222

    Phone: (303) 501-5804

    Statewide Services

    Ability Connection Colorado – Organization created by parents and families to provide support, education and advocacy for parents and families of children with mental health issues (brain disorders).

    801 Yosemite St. Denver, CO 80230

    Toll Free: (303) 691-9339

    Email: info@abilityconnectioncolorado.org

    The Arc of Colorado – The Arc of Colorado advocates with others to create the conditions under which all people with developmental disabilities can achieve their full potential.

    1580 Logan Street, Suite 730, Denver, CO 80203

    Phone: (303) 864-9334

    Contact: Christiano Sosa, Executive Director

    Birth Mothers’ Network – Mothers who have children with FAS in the Colorado Springs, CO area.

    Contact: Julene Powell Zizza, M.S., Erin Kremer

    Email: jpzizza22@yahoo.comerinekremer@aol.com

    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment,  Colorado Responds to Children with Special Needs, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Surveillance and Prevention – Colorado Responds to Children with Special Needs (CRCSN) is the birth defects monitoring and prevention program at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

    4300 Cherry Creek Drive, South Denver, CO 80246

    Denver Area Parent Support Group

    Denver, CO

    Phone: (303) 654-3246

    Contact: Eileen Bisgard

    Email: eileen.bisgard@msn.com

    Disability Law Colorado – The Legal Center is an independent public interest non-profit specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues. They protect the human, civil and legal rights of people with mental and physical disabilities, people with HIV, and older people throughout Colorado.

    455 Sherman Street, Suite 130, Denver, CO 80203

    Phone: (303) 722-0300, Toll Free: (800) 288-1376

    El Grupo Vida – El Grupo VIDA es un grupo de padres hispanos formado para dar apoyo mutuo a los padres que tienen hijos con necesidades especiales. Grupo VIDA is a support network of families who have children with disabilities or special needs.

    7323 S. Alton Way, Unit A, Centennial, CO 80112

    Phone: (303) 335-9875

    Email: info@elgrupovida.org

    Families First Family Support Line – Provides support and resources for parents and other care providers.

    2163 S Yosemite St Denver, CO 80231

    Phone: (303) 745-0327, (877) 695-7996 (Family Support Line); Toll Free: (877) 695-7996

    Contact: Cassie Turre

    Email: info@familiesfirstcolorado.org

    Family Voices of Colorado – Family Voices Colorado is a chapter of the national, grassroots organization composed of families and friends who care for and about our children with special health care needs.

    12567 W. Cedar Dr. Ste, 210 Lakewood, CO 80228

    Phone: (303) 733-3000

    HCP – HCP programs are located within local public health agencies throughout Colorado and have nurse led teams with special knowledge of the complexities that families of children and youth with special health care needs experience.

    4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, HCP-A4 Denver, CO 80246

    Phone: (303) 692-2370, Toll Free: (800) 886-7689

    Email: cdphe.psdrequests@state.co.us

    March of Dimes, Colorado Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1325 South Colorado Blvd., #B-508 Denver, CO 80222

    Phone: (303) 692-0011

    Fax: (303) 692-9229

    Email: CO611@marchofdimes.com

    NOFAS Affiliate: Illuminate Colorado – Works with individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), as well as their families, caregivers, and the community.

    1530 W. 13th Ave, Ste 118, Denver, CO 80204

    Phone: (303) 413-3460

    Contact: Emily White, Project Coordinator

    Email: ewhite@illuminatecolorado.org

    PEAK Parent Center, Colorado Springs Office  – PEAK Parent Center is your one-stop-resource for disability information and referral in Colorado. As a Parent Center, PEAK provides assistance to families of children with disabilities, educators, and others who work with them.

    917 East Moreno Avenue, Suite 140, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    Phone: (719) 531-9400

    Email: info@peakparent.org, parentadvisor@peakparent.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Child Find, Colorado Dept of Education – Child Find is part of Colorado's system for identifying children suspected of having a delay in development, by evaluating how the child plays, learns, speaks, behaves and moves.

    201 East Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203

    Phone: (303) 866-6600

    Dr. Annelise Spees, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics,  Doctors Medical Group of Colorado Springs – Consultation and management for children and teens with developmental and behavioral concerns.

    3210 N Academy Boulevard, Suite 3, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917

    Phone: (719) 531-0409

    Insights – Insights is now offering Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Evaluations. We are a team of licensed psychologists/clinicians and a developmental pediatrician trained to offer comprehensive testing. We also do behavior therapy.

    899 Logan St. Suite 406, Denver, CO 80203

    Phone: (303) 935-5307

    Fax: (303) 935-5085

    Contact: Claire Dumke, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist, Insights co-owner; (720) 837-2158; Nancy Cason, Psy.D., BCBA, Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Insights co-owner

    Phone: (720) 837-2159

    Email: info@insightsdenver.com

    Sewall Child Development Center, Diagnostic and Evaluation Center – Sewall Child Development Center has a multidisciplinary Diagnostic and Evaluation Clinic.

    940 Fillmore Street, Denver, CO 80206

    Phone: (303) 399-1800

    Fax: (303) 327-5756

    Email: info@sewallchild.org

  • Guam

    Treatment Services

    Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center – Substance abuse treatment.

    Suite 105F, J&G Commercial Center Hagatna, Guam 96910

    Phone: (475) 5440, 647-5438

  • Hawaii

    Treatment Services

    Hawaii Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division – The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) is the primary and often sole source of public funds for substance abuse treatment. Treatment services have, as a requirement, priority admission for pregnant women and injection drug users.

    601 Kamokila Blvd. Rm 360, Kapolei, HI 96707

    Phone: (808) 692-7506

    Fax: (808) 692-7521

    Lokahi Treatment Centers – Outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention programs, with gender specific and mixed groups available.

    Several locations throughout the Island of Hawaii (big island)

    Phone: (808) 883-0922

    Malama Family Recovery Center – Women specific substance abuse treatment center. They also have the BabySAFE program which is an outreach and early intervention program for women who are at-risk for a substance exposed pregnancy. The program offers treatment, prenatal care and intensive case management to pregnant women so they can get clean and give birth to healthy babies.

    200 Ike Drive, Makawao, HI 96768

    Phone: (808) 877-7117, (800) 753-6879 (crisis line)

    New Horizons Hawaii – Inpatient, outpatient, and telemedicine treatment options.

    66-526 Kamehameha Hwy, STE C, Haleiwa, HI 96712

    Phone: (808) 484-1000

    Email: newhorizonshawaii@gmail.com

    Salvation Army Family Treatment Services – Family Treatment Services provides substance abuse treatment specifically designed for women with children and pregnant women. Includes residential, intensive outpatient, and transitional housing options.

    845 22nd Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

    Phone: (808) 732-2802

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Hawaii – The Arc in Hawaii is committed to helping Hawaii’s people with intellectual disabilities secure the power to choose where and how they live, learn, work and play by referring individuals to the best resources.

    3989 Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, HI 96816

    Phone: (808) 737-7995 Fax: (808) 732-9531

    Email: info@thearcinhawaii.org

    Department of Health: Developmental Disabilities Division – The Developmental Disabilities Division provides and maintains services for individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities.

    1250 Punchbowl Street, Room #463, Honolulu, HI 96813

    Phone: (808) 586-5840

    Contact: Laine Tokumoto

    Email: laine.tokumoto@doh.hawaii.gov

    Hawaii Disability Rights Center – Law firm that protects the rights of people with disabilities from discrimination.

    1132 Bishop Street, Suite 2102 Honolulu, HI 96813

    Phone: (808) 949-2922, Toll Free: (800) 882-1057

    Fax: (808) 949-2928

    Email: info@hawaiidisabilityrights.org

    Hawaii FASD State Coordinator

    3652 Kilauea Avenue Honolulu, HI 96816

    Phone: (808) 733-9018

    Fax: (808) 733-8369

    Contact: Naomi S. Imai

    Email: naomi.imai@doh.hawaii.gov

    Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Hawaii – This local nonprofit agency is part of a national network of organizations and individuals committed to improving Hawaii’s maternal, child and family health through collaborative efforts in public education, advocacy, and partner development.

    245 N Kukui St. STE 102A Honolulu, HI 96817

    Phone: (808) 737-5805

    Email: info@hmhb-hawaii.org

    H-KISS – A free information and referral service that provides a link to other parents and services such as child care, family support, respite, and community services.

    1350 South King Street, Suite 200, Honolulu, HI 96814

    Phone: (808) 594-0066, Toll Free: (800) 235-5477

    It Takes an `Ohana (ITAO) – ITAO provides support and information related to youth in foster care via their website, e-alerts, collaboration on trainings and a newsletter, as well as advocacy.

    250 Vineyard St., Honolulu, HI 96813

    Phone: (808) 540-2543

    Junior League of Honolulu – The Junior League of Honolulu is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Junior League members assist with FAS prevention education.

    760 Halekauwila Street, Suite 215, Honolulu, HI 96813

    Phone: (808) 538-8883

    Fax: (808) 538-8882

    Email: info@juniorleagueofhonolulu.org

    March of Dimes, Hawaii Chapter – The mission of March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. We do this through public and professional education, advocacy, and community grants.

    1580 Makaloa St #1200 Honolulu, HI 96814

    Phone: (808) 973-2155, Toll Free: (800) 272-5240

    Martha White, MA, LMHC-NCC – Counseling practice focuses on special needs families and persons with disabilities, in addition to challenging behaviors, temperament counseling. I offer FASD education to community groups at cost.

    64-5174 White Road Kamuela, HI 96743

    Phone: (808) 938-2989

    Fax: (808) 887-1545

    Email: martha2872@msn.com

    NOFAS Affiliate: FASD Communities – Dedicated to providing supportive housing, vocational opportunities and life skills to young adults across the U.S. affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

    1516 Avon Way Honolulu, HI 96822

    Phone: (808) 523-8191

    Contact: Gigi Davidson, President

    Email: fasdcommunities@gmail.com

    Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL) – PREL is a nonprofit corporation that serves the U.S. in the Pacific region. PREL serves the educational community with quality programs, services, and products developed to promote educational excellence.

    1136 Union Mall, PH 1A (9th Floor), Honolulu, HI 96813

    Phone: (808) 441-1300

    Email: info@prel.org

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Kapiolani Medical Specialists – Diagnosis of FASD

    1319 Punahou Street, Honolulu, HI 96826

    Phone: (808) 983-6000

    Contact: Jeffrey Okamoto M.D., FAAP, FAACPDM

    Email: jeffrey.okamoto@doh.hawaii.gov

    Kapiolani Medical Center, Department of Genetics – Hawaii Community Genetics is a division of Kapiolani Medical Specialists dedicated to caring for individuals of all ages who are affected by birth defects, developmental concerns and genetic conditions.

    1319 Punahou Street Honolulu, HI 96826

    Phone: (808) 983-8559

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Kapi’olani Medical Center Department of Pediatrics – Diagnosis of FASD

    1319 Punahou Street, Honolulu, HI 96826

    Phone: (808) 983-8641

    Fax: (808) 949-4232

    Contact: Louise Iwaishi, Jeffrey Okamoto

    Email: louisei@kapiolani.org

    Tripler Army Medical Center, Department of Developmental Pediatrics – Diagnosis of FASD

    1 Jarrett-White Road, Honolulu, HI 96859-5000

    Phone: (808) 433-6661

    Fax: (808) 433-4316

    Contact: Thomas Gallagher, M.D.

    Email: thomas.e.gallagher@us.army.mil

  • Idaho

    Treatment Services

    Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Substance Use Disorder Services – Can refer patients to residential treatment programs for pregnant and/or parenting women.

    P.O. Box 83720 – 5th Floor Boise, ID 83720-0036

    Toll Free: (800) 922-3406 (screening and referral)

    Walker Center Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Treatment – High intensity and low intensity outpatient options, with relapse prevention and more.

    1102 Eastglen Way Twin Falls, Idaho 83301

    Phone: (208) 734-4200, Toll Free: (866) 287-2534

    Fax: (208) 734-1404

    Walker Center Residential Addiction Treatment – Inpatient treatment for adults, typically 28 days long.

    605 11th Ave. East Gooding, Idaho 83330

    Phone: (208) 934-8461, Toll Free: (800) 227-4190

    Fax: (208) 934-5437

    Statewide Services

    The Arc Inc. Idaho – The Arc is committed to securing the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how to learn, live, work and play for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    4402 Albion Street Boise, ID 83705

    Phone: (208) 343-5583, Toll Free: (866) 605-9373

    Fax: (208) 343-5683

    Email: lcahill@thearcinc.org

    DisAbility Rights Idaho – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    4477 Emerald Street, Suite B-100, Boise, ID 83706

    Phone: (208) 336-5353, Toll Free: (800) 632-5125

    Fax: (208) 336-5396

    Email: info@disabilityrightsidaho.org

    Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. – Idaho Parents Unlimited supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.

    4619 Emerald, Ste. E, Boise, ID 83706

    Phone: (208) 342-5884, Toll Free: (800) 242- 4785

    Fax: (208) 342-1408

    Email: parents@ipulidaho.org

    Life Counseling Center – LIFE provides Community Based Services such as Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS), Behavioral Health Case Management, and Peer Support Services. It has also added Substance Use Disorder Services (SUDS).

    112 12th Avenue Road, Nampa, ID 83686

    Phone: (208) 465-5433

    March of Dimes, Idaho Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1553 N Milwaukee St, #204, Boise, ID 83704

    Phone: (208) 336-5421

    Mary Lemke, Idaho FASD Advocate 

    Email: mjlemke@yahoo.com

    Nimiipuu Health Tribe Maternal-Child Health Program – This northern Idaho program coordinates FASD prevention efforts with other small, local programs.

    111 Bever Grade, Lapwai, ID 83540

    Phone: (208) 843-2271, Toll Free: (888) 891-2920

    Contact: Susie Ellenwood

    Woodbury Reports – Information source to help parents around the U.S. find a residential school or program for a teenager who has behavior or emotional problems.

    P.O. Box 1107 Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

    Phone: (208) 267-7717

    Contact: Lon Woodbury

    Email: lonwoodbury@gmail.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    St. Luke’s Hospital, Department of Pediatrics

    190 E Bannock Street Boise, ID 83712

    Phone: (208) 381-2804

    Fax: (208) 381-2824

    Contact: Jerry Hirschfeld, M.D.

    Email: fullerm@slrmc

    St. Luke’s Pediatric Neurology – Our team specializes in assessment and management of conditions of the brain, spinal cord, or neuromuscular disorders in children.

    100 Idaho St., Suite 201 Boise, ID 83712

    Phone: (208) 381-5180

  • Montana

    Treatment Services

    Florence Crittenton Home and Services – Florence Crittenton is a trauma responsive, relationship-based organization that provides familycentered support during critical times. Through a comprehensive continuum of services our programs include mental health services, substance use recovery, parenting education, childcare and preschool and access to community supports. Children can accompany parents to treatment.

    901 N. Harris St. Helena, MT 59601

    Phone: (406) 442-6950

    Email: inquiries@florencecrittenton.org

    Gateway Recovery Home – Established to provide women suffering from alcohol or drug abuse the opportunity to live in a structured, supportive, chemically free environment while seeking necessary treatment services. Accepts women with children under 12 years.

    26 4th Street North, P.O. Box 3126, Great Falls, MT 59401

    Phone: (406) 727-2512

    Northern Cheyenne Reservation, FAS Coordination and Prevention – The NCTBH Health Promotion Department’s mission is to promote health & wellness in our communities through prevention education & outreach. Services include substance abuse treatment.

    100 Eagle Feather Street Lame Deer, Montana 59043

    Phone: (406) 477-6722

    Contact: Molly Malone, R.N.

    Rimrock – We are the largest treatment center in the region, serving adults and adolescents with substance use and co-occurring disorders.

    1231 North 29th Street, Billings, MT 59101

    Phone: (406) 248-3175, Toll Free: (800) 227-3953

    Spotted Bull Treatment Center – The Center works with pregnant women at risk for alcohol/drugs. Provides outpatient treatment for chemical dependency and after-care program. Also provides prevention education in their community.

    P.O. Box 1027 603 1/2 Court Avenue Poplar, MT 59255

    Phone: (406) 768-3852

    Fax: (406) 768-5202

    WMAS Addiction Services – Addiction treatment services.

    1325 Wyoming Street Missoula, MT 59801

    Phone: (406) 532-9800

    Fax: (406) 541-3032

    Email: missoulaaddiction@wmmhc.org

    Statewide Services

    AWARE Inc. – AWARE, Inc., a private, non-profit corporation, provides quality, community-based services to persons with challenging mental, emotional, and in some cases, physical needs who would otherwise be served in a more restrictive setting.

    205 East Park Avenue, Anaconda, MT 59711

    Phone: (406) 563-8117, Toll Free: (800) 432-6145

    Fax: (406) 563-5956

    Email: info@aware-inc.org

    Blackfeet Reservation Head Start – Provides home visiting services for pregnant women at risk. Participating site in piloting a prevention intervention with women at risk as part of the MT FAS project. Clinical Coordinator facilitates diagnostic clinics and provides case management to families as part of the FAS project. Also received funding through NIAAA to survey adult alcohol use.

    P.O. Box 528, Browning, MT 59417

    Phone: (406) 338-7370

    Fax: (406) 338-7030

    Contact: Margaret Ann Yellow Kidney, RN

    Crow Reservation, FAS Coordination and Prevention

    P.O. Box 69, Crow Agency, MT 59022

    Phone: (406) 638-2672

    Disability Rights Montana – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1022 Chestnut Street, Helena, Montana 59601

    Phone: (406) 449-2344, Toll Free: (800) 245-4743

    Fax: (406) 449-2418

    Email: Advocate@DisabilityRightsMT.org

    FAS/FAE Support and Education Group 

    3800 S Third Street West Missoula, MT 59804

    Contact: Pat Hankel, Ruby Pfan, Coordinators

    Email: busybee@3800hotmail.com

    Fort Belknap Reservation FAS Coordination – Services for the Nakoda and AANIIIH nations.

    656 Agency Main St., Harlem, MT 59526

    Phone: (406) 353-2205, ext. 340

    Contact: Cheryl (Jill) Plumage, Prevention Coordinator

    Tribal Health: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes – Healthy Beginnings is part of a federally-funded collaborative research project between the Salish Kootenai Confederated Tribes and the University of New Mexico Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions to look at the effectiveness of a comprehensive, community-based effort to prevent drinking during pregnancy and the resulting birth defects including Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS).

    Phone: (406) 745-3525

    Healthy Montana Families – Collaboration between the Flathead City-County Health Department, Northwest Montana Head Start, the Nurturing Center and Sunburst Community Services Foundation aimed at building on parent and family strengths.

    1035 1st Ave., W. Kalispell, MT 59901

    Phone: (406) 751-8110

    Fax: (406) 751-8111

    Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies – Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies, Montana Coalition endeavors to improve the health, safety, and well-being of Montana families by supporting mothers and babies, age zero to three. This includes advocacy, a network of support, and resources for parents.

    1235 Birch Avenue, Suite #1, Helena, MT 59601

    Phone: (406) 449-8611

    Email: mcooney-hmhb@qwest.net

    Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Vocational Rehabilitation – Assists Montana residents who are disabled in finding jobs and living independently.

    111 North Last Chance Gulch, Suite 4C, P.O. Box 4210, Helena, MT 59604-4210

    Phone: (406) 444-2590, Toll Free: (877) 296-1197

    Email: vrinfo@mt.gov

    The Organization of Teratology Information Services (OTIS) – Teratology information for health professionals.

    Phone: (866) 626-6847

    Parents Lets Unite for Kids (PLUK) – Advocacy group for parents. Provides consultation to help parents access services in schools and communities.

    2345 King Avenue West, Suite B, Billings MT, 59102

    Phone: (406) 255-0540, Toll Free: (800) 222-7585

    Email: info@mtpluk.org

    Ranch For Kids Project – The Ranch for Kids serves as a bridge of hope and healing for hurting families. Based in the serene backdrop of Northwestern Montana, our program offers an effective, compassionate treatment program for children of all ages challenged by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Reactive Attachment Disorder.

    144 Gateway Street, Rexford, MT 59930

    Phone: (406) 291-6333 (admissions), (406) 297-7592 (Office/Rexford Lodge)

    Diagnosis of FASD

    St. Patrick Hospital, Neurology – Diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of neurological and sleep disorders.

    500 West Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802

    Phone: (406) 543-7271

  • Nevada

    Treatment Services

    Bristlecone Family Resources – Provides inpatient and outpatient treatment, transitional housing, and other community resources.

    704 Mill Street, Reno, NV 89502-1321

    Phone: (775) 954-1400

    Nevada Treatment Center

    1721 E Charleston Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104

    Phone: (702) 382-4226

    Fax: (702) 382-4031

    Contact: Julie Paine, Director Treatment center for pregnant clients, among others.

    Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) – Can assist in locating treatment resources for pregnant women at risk for alcohol and drug abuse.

    4126 Technology Way, Second Floor, Carson City, Nevada 89706

    Phone: (775) 684-4190, (775) 784-8090; Toll Free: (800) 273-8255

    Statewide Services

    Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT), University of Nevada, Reno – CDC funded Regional Training Center for the states of Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and North Dakota.

    1664 N. Virginia Street, Orvis Building Rm. 225, Reno, NV 89509

    Phone: (775) 784-6265

    Contact: Nancy Roget, MS (Principle Investigator/Executive Director)

    Email: nroget@casat.org

    Deborah Aquino, Health Program Manager, Title V Maternal and Child Health

    4150 Technology Way, #210, Carson City, NV 89706

    Phone: (775) 684-4285

    Email: daquino@health.nv.gov

    FAS Support Group – Trains parents and other groups about FAS/FAE.

    4125 Windy Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89115

    Phone: (702) 643-7574

    Contact: Sherri Coy, Parent Coordinator

    Koinonia Family Services – Foster care and group homes for children and youth.

    1355 Airmotive Way, Reno, NV 89502

    Phone: (775) 826-1113, Toll Free: (877) 244-5374

    March of Dimes, Nevada Chapter – The Nevada chapter of March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    820 Rancho Ln, # 55, Las Vegas, NV 89106

    Phone: (702) 732-9255

    Fax: (702) 732-9250

    Email: NV411@marchofdimes.com

    Medical Assistance FASD Practice Improvement Collaborative – The goals of the Frontier RTC include providing education and training activities that will increase both the social work and nursing workforce capacity for prevention, identification, and intervention of FASDs.

    1664 N. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89557

    Phone: (775) 682-7488

    Email: fasd@casat.org

    Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center, Las Vegas, Elko – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    905 Railroad Street, #104B, Elko, NV 89801

    Phone: (775) 777-1590, Toll-Free: (800) 992-5715

    Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center, Las Vegas – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    2820 West Charleston Boulevard, #11, Las Vegas, NV 89102

    Phone: (702) 257-8150, Toll Free: (888) 349-3843

    Fax: (702) 257-8170

    Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center, Reno – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    1875 Plumas Street, #1, Reno, NV 89509

    Phone: (775) 333-7878, Toll-Free: (800) 992-5715

    Southern Bands Health Center (Indian Health Service) – Case management for persons with FAS/FAE. The Elko Service Unit's vision is to be a Center of Excellence for rural, community-oriented, and family-focused primary care. We are pioneers and innovators in eliminating health disparities of Native Americans and Alaskan Natives.

    515 Shoshone Circle, Elko, NV 89801

    Phone: (775) 738-2252, Toll Free: (888) 823-6000

    Diagnosis of FASD

    University of Nevada/Las Vegas School of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Genetics – Diagnosis of FASD.

    4505 S. Maryland Pkwy Las Vegas, NV 89154

    Phone: (702) 895-3011

  • New Mexico

    Treatment Services

    Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc. – Family support, parent education, and alcohol treatment services are available in Cochiti, Zia and Santa Ana.

    4321 Fulcrum Way NE, Suite B, Rio Rancho, NM 87144

    Phone: (505) 867-3351

    Fax: (505) 867-3514

    Email: npfivesand@technet.nm.org

    Milagro Program, Family Practice Clinic – The Milagro Program enrolls any pregnant woman with a history of or current substance abuse issues. Medication assisted treatment is additionally available to women with addictions to opiates and heroin, through the use of buprenorphine (Subutex) or methadone.

    2400 Tucker Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131

    Phone: (505) 463-8293

    Fax: (505) 994-7930

    New Mexico Department of Health, Turquoise Lodge – Medical detoxification and rehabilitation treatment for patients from any part of New Mexico.

    5901 Zuni Road SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108

    Phone: (505) 841-8978

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of New Mexico – The Arc of New Mexico’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages by advocating for equal opportunities and choices.

    3655 Carlisle NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110

    Phone: (505) 883-4630, Toll Free: (800) 358-6493

    Fax: (505) 883-5564

    Email: frontdesk@arcnm.org

    Disability Rights New Mexico – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    3916 Juan Tabo Blvd., NE Albuquerque, NM 87111

    Phone: (505) 256-3100, Toll Free: (800) 432-4682

    Fax: (505) 256-3184

    March of Dimes, New Mexico Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    2840 N Telshor Blvd Las Cruces, NM 88011

    Phone: (575) 523-2627

    NOFAS Affiliate: Extol Charitable Foundation – Extol! Charitable Foundation is dedicated to the abolishment of preventable social ills, such as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and the establishment of an environment where our future generations shall thrive.

    P.O. Box 25167, Albuquerque, NM 87102

    Phone: (505) 350-3855

    Contact: Margo Wagner

    Email: margo@extolcf.org

    NOFAS Affiliate: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Prevention Project – Jerome Romero is the Director of the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Prevention Program at the University of New Mexico Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions. For the past 17 years, he has been educating New Mexicans on the hazards of drinking alcohol during pregnancy.

    2650 Yale SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

    Phone: (505) 925-2302

    Contact: Jerome Romero, Director

    Email: aggie@unm.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    FOCUS, The University of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability – The FOCUS program provides a continuum of interdisciplinary services that integrates primary health care with an array of services that include developmental assessment and monitoring.

    2300 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107

    Phone: (505) 272-3000

    Stanley Handmaker, Ph.D. – Besides diagnosis, Dr. Handmaker can help arrange appropriate services in schools.

    2211 Lomas Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

    Phone: (505) 272-5551

    Fax: (505) 272-6845

    Contact: Stanley Handmaker

    Email: SHandmaker@salud.unm.edu

    University of New Mexico Health System, Division of Pediatric Genetic Disorders – Specializes in diagnoses of FAS/FAE involving Native American Indian children.

    Albuquerque, NM 87131

    Phone: (877) 890-4692

  • Northwest Territory

    Treatment Services

    Canada Rehab, Northwest Territories – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in Northwest Territories.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

  • Oregon

    Treatment Services

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Beaverton – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    6600 SW 105th Ave., Suite 120, Beaverton, OR 97008

    Phone: (503) 644-7300, Toll Free: (888) 521-9270

    Hazelden Betty Ford, Newberg – Alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

    1901 Esther Street, Newberg, OR 97132

    Phone: (503) 554-4300, Toll Free: (888) 521-9270

    Jasper Mountain, Hope for Children and Families – Services include an intensive residential treatment program with a therapeutic school, a short-term residential center, treatment foster care program, community based wraparound program and crisis response services.

    37875 Jasper-Lowell Road, Jasper, OR 97438

    Phone: (541) 747-1235

    Email: contact@jaspermountain.org

    Multnomah County Mental Health and Addiction Services – Case management and substance abuse services for children or adults with developmental disabilities.

    421 SW Oak St., Portland, OR 97204

    Phone: (503) 988-4888 (24-hour line)

    Statewide Services

    Antonia Lindsey Rathbun, MA, ATR, LMHC, BCPC Artimentary, LLC – She directs the Starchild Quilt Project, an intervention and advocacy project for communities.

    15700 SE Bel Air Drive, Damascus, Oregon 97089

    Email: antonia@antoniarathbun.com

    Skype: antonia.rathbun

    The Arc of Oregon – The Arc of Oregon, together with its network of members and affiliated chapters, advocates for the rights and full community participation of all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    2405 Front Street NE #120, Salem, OR 97301

    Phone: (503) 581-2726

    Email: info@arcoregon.org

    Boys and Girls Aid Society of Oregon, Special Needs Adoption Program (SNAP) – Offers preparation classes for prospective adoptive families.

    9320 SW Barbur Blvd. #200 Portland OR 97219

    Phone: (503) 222-9661, Toll Free: (877) 932-2734

    Fax: (503) 224-5960

    Chehelum Youth and Family Services – Chehalem Youth & Family Services is a non-profit organization in Newberg, Oregon that provides many programs that aid the youth and families of Oregon.

    504 Villa Road, Suite 3, Newberg, OR 97132

    Phone: (503) 538-4874

    Fax: (503) 538-1271

    Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Health and Wellness Center – Health and wellness center for people on the Warm Springs Reservation.

    1233 Veterans Street, P.O. Box C, Warm Springs, OR 97761

    Phone: (541) 553-1161

    Disability Rights Oregon – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    511 SW 10th Avenue, Suite 200, Portland, Oregon 97205

    Phone: (503) 243-2081, Toll Free: (800) 452-1694

    Fax: (503) 243-1738

    Kinship House, Inc. – Provides outpatient counseling for children in foster care who are awaiting adoption, with a strong focus on helping families dealing with FAS and ADHD.

    1823 NE 8th Avenue, Portland, OR 97212

    Phone: (503) 460-2796

    Fax: (503) 288-1916

    Laurie Hetherington – Parent of a child with FASD. I provide support to other families in the community. I also have strong experience as an advocate for children with FASD in the school system.

    Bend, OR 97702

    Email: snowflakesinoregon@me.com

    March of Dimes, Oregon Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1220 SW Morrison, Suite 510, Portland, OR 97205

    Phone: (503) 222-9434

    Fax: (503) 222-5965

    NOFAS Affiliate: FASCETS – FASCETS provides services for parents, caregivers and professionals in the community.

    P.O. Box 69242, Portland, OR 97239

    Phone: (503) 621-1271

    Contact: Diane Malbin, Executive Director

    Email: dmalbin@fascets.org

    Tawnya Chose, Parent Oregon – Familiar with school system issues.

    Email: Tmchose@aol.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center – Diagnosis of FASDs.

    10180 SE Sunnyside Road, Clackamas, OR 97015

    Phone: (503) 652-2880

    Fax: (503) 571-3494

    Contact: Richard Konkol, M.D.

  • Utah

    Treatment Services

    Davis Behavioral Health – Substance abuse case management for pregnant and/or parenting patients.

    934 S Main Street Layton, UT 84041

    Phone: (801) 773-7060

    Contact: Lynn Tanner

    F.I.R.S.T Prenatal Support Program, Valley Mental Health – Substance use treatment and other services. Spanish and English services.

    1141 East 3900 South, Suite A250 Salt Lake City, UT 84124-1250

    Phone: (888) 949-4864

    Contact: Deborah Gough

    Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) – Treatment for substance abuse.

    195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116

    Phone: (801) 538-3939

    Weber Human Services – Diverse services and resources including youth and adult substance abuse and mental health treatment.

    237 26th Street, Ogden, UT 84401

    Phone: (801) 625-3700

    Email: contactWHS@weberhs.org

    Statewide Services

    Benchmark Behavioral Health Systems – Benchmark Behavioral Health System’s mission is to assist individuals to better manage life’s adversities thereby improving quality of life and benefiting society as a whole through development of accountability, responsibility and reparation to the community.

    592 West 1350 South Woods Cross, Utah 84087

    Phone: (801) 299-5300, (801) 299-5319 (admissions)

    Disability Law Center – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    205 North 400 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84103

    Phone: (800) 662-9080

    Fax: (801) 363-1437

    Lynn Tanner, Counselor – Ms. Tanner is also familiar with resources in Oregon.

    Salt Lake City, UT

    Phone: (801) 546-6323

    March of Dimes, Utah Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    670 East 3900 South, Suite 1-105, Salt Lake City, UT 84017

    Phone: (801) 327-9464

    MotherToBaby Utah – Answers questions about drugs, alcohol, and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

    Phone: (801) 328-2229, Toll Free: (800) 822-2229

    NAMI of Utah – Support groups across the state.

    1600 West 2200 South, Suite 202, West Valley City, Utah 84119

    Phone: (801) 323-9900

    NOFAS Affiliate: Utah Fetal Alcohol Coalition – The Utah Fetal Alcohol Coalition is a nonprofit organization working to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and provide support to those impacted by this disorder.

    P.O. Box 1293, Ogden, UT 84402

    Contact: Lynn Tanner, Chairperson; Pat Smith

    Email: lynnt@dbhutah.org, pats@weberhs.org

    Utah Department of Health: Children with Special Health Care Needs – CSHCN is the state Maternal Child Health (Title V, MCH) agency for Utah. They oversee many programs for children with special health care needs. Each is unique in its services for children with special health care needs.

    44 North Mario Capecchi Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84114

    Phone: (801) 584-8284, Toll Free: (800) 829-8200

    Utah Parent Center – The Utah Parent Center is an award-winning training and information center founded in 1983 by parents of children and youth with all disabilities to help other parents facing similar challenges throughout Utah.

    230 West 200 South, Suite 1101, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Phone: (801) 272-1051, Toll Free: (800) 468-1160

    Diagnosis of FASD

    John Opitz, M.D., University of Utah

    414 Wakara Way, Suite 213, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

    Phone: (801) 585-6620

    Fax: (801) 585-6623

    Email: john.opitz@hsc.utah.edu

    University of Utah, Division of Medical Genetics – FASD diagnosis.

    295 Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, Utah 84108

    Phone: (801) 213-3599

  • Washington

    Treatment Services

    Pend Oreille County Counseling Services – Substance abuse treatment and other mental health services.

    105 S. Garden Ave, P.O. Box 5055, Newport, WA 99156

    Phone: (509) 447-5651, Toll Free: (800) 404-5151

    Fax: (509) 447-2671

    Email: emilielydon@povn.com

    Royal Life Centers, Cascade Heights Recovery – Inpatient detox programs.

    14525 N Newport Hwy, Mead, WA 99021

    Phone: (253) 693-2834

    Royal Life Centers, Olympic Recovery Center – Inpatient detox programs.

    8645 Martin Way, E Lacey, WA 98516

    Phone: (253) 693-2834

    Seadrunar Seattle Drug and Narcotic Center, Inc. – Long-term residential drug and alcohol treatment facility.

    10344 14th Ave S Seattle, WA 98168

    Phone: (206) 767-0244

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Washington – The Arc of Washington State’s mission is to advocate for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities.

    2638 State Avenue, NE Olympia, WA 98506

    Phone: (360) 357-5596

    Email: info@arcwa.org

    Can Learn Christian Academy – Can Learn Christian Academy is dedicated to excellence & student achievement by providing a rich academic experience & quality education to ALL students.

    4202 N. Belt St Spokane, WA 99205

    Phone: (509) 362-3418

    Email: canlearnacademy@gmail.com

    Center for Children with Special Needs – The Center focuses on improving care for children with special needs by providing information to families and health care professionals throughout Washington State.

    4800 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA 98105

    Phone: (206) 987-3736

    Email: cshcn@seattlechildrens.org

    Children’s Center

    13500 SE 7th Street, Vancouver, WA 98683

    Phone: (360) 699-2244

    Fax: (360) 699-1900

    Contact: Antonia Rathbun, M.A., A.T.R., NCMHC

    Email: antonra@bdsn.com

    Special Needs Adoption Support Program Manager, Children’s Village – The Village provides over 30 different services to children with special health care needs and their families; and the right services are different for each family.

    3801 Kern Road, Yakima, WA 98902

    Phone: (509) 574-3200

    Fax: (509) 574-3210

    Disability Rights Washington – Statewide agency for persons with disabilities.

    315 5th Avenue, Suite 850, Seattle, WA 98104

    Phone: (206) 324-1521, Toll Free: (800) 562-2702

    Email: wpas@wpas.org

    Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit, University of Washington – The Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit (FADU) is a research unit dedicated since 1973 to the goals of studying fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) across the life span, as well as disseminating information.

    180 Nickerson Street, Suite 105, Seattle, WA 98109

    Phone: (206) 543-7155

    Director: Therese Grant, Ph.D.

    Email: granttm@uw.edu

    Kathryn Kelly, FASD Legal Consultant, FASD Legal Issues Resource Center – Counseling and support for birth mothers.

    P.O. Box 164, Waitsburg, WA 99361

    Phone: (509) 629-0374

    Email: faslaw@hotmail.comluvsmozart2@yahoo.com

    Contact: Kathy Wikman

    March of Dimes – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    1904 3rd Avenue, Suite 230, Seattle, WA 98101

    Phone: (206) 624-1373

    Fax: (206) 292-8190

    Email: WA655@marchofdimes.com

    NOFAS Affiliate: NOFAS Washington – Provides monthly support group for caregivers and community members and for affected individuals.

    P.O. Box 13182, Mill Creek, WA 98082

    Phone: (206) 940-2832

    Contact: Julie Gelo, Executive Director

    Email: FASDSupport@aol.com

    Robin LaDue, Ph.D. – Psychologist who is an expert on the justice system and FAS/FAE. She does community training, particularly on FAS issues related to Native American communities.

    1500 Benson Road, South Suite 202, Renton, WA 98055

    Phone: (425) 277-5616

    University of Washington, Experimental Education Unit – The Experimental Education Unit (EEU) offers a comprehensive early childhood school community that provides inclusive education to children with and without disabilities.

    Box 357925, Seattle, WA 98195-7925

    Phone: (206) 543-4011

    Fax: (206) 543-8480

    Email: hcoffice@uw.edu

    Washington State FAS Interagency Workgroup – The FASIAWG represents a diverse spectrum of programs designed for individuals with FASD and their families.

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Adult Neuropsychological Evaluation for FASD – Neuropsychological evaluations of adults suspected or known exposed to alcohol prenatally for a realistic assessment of their functional capacity, strengths and weaknesses.

    22517 7th Avenue, South Des Moines, WA 98198

    Phone: (206) 940-1106

    Contact: Paul Connor, Ph.D., Neuropsychologist

    Email: Paul@ConnorNeuropsychology.com

    FAS Diagnostic and Prevention Network, Seattle University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability – Led by the core clinical/research/training clinic at the University of Washington in Seattle. Each clinic is staffed by an interdisciplinary team.

    Box 357920, Seattle, WA 98195-7920

    Phone: (206) 598-9666

    Contact: Faye Louie, Clinic Coordinator

    Email: fasdclin@uw.edu

    Snohomish Psychology Associates, Edmonds Offices – Therapy services and testing/diagnostic services for individuals, families, and children.

    300 Admiral Way, Suite 203, Edmonds, WA 98020

    Phone: (425) 789-1073

    Email: info@snohomishpsychology.com

    Snohomish Psychology Associates, Everett Offices – Therapy services and testing/diagnostic services for individuals, families, and children.

    3501 Colby Ave, Suite 105, Everett, WA 98201

    Phone: (425) 789-1073

    Email: info@snohomishpsychology.com

  • Wyoming

    Treatment Services

    Wyoming Department of Health – Connects individuals to substance abuse treatment.

    6101 Yellowstone Rd, Suite 220, Cheyenne, WY 82002

    Phone: (307) 777-6494, Toll Free: (800) 535-4006

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Wyoming – The Arc of Wyoming is committed to helping all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in partnership with their families, to achieve the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play.

    P.O. Box 393, Casper, WY 82602

    Phone: (307) 262-3914

    Email: info@autismnow.org

    March of Dimes, Wyoming Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    800 Werner Court, #321, Casper, WY 82601

    Phone: (307) 266-6789

    Fax: (307) 266-6791

    Parent Information Center, Parent Education Network – Parent Information Center (PIC), is a statewide parent center for families of children with disabilities. PIC provides information, support and referrals to families on their rights and responsibilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

    238 N. Main St, Suite 5, Buffalo, WY 82834

    Phone: (307) 684-2277

    Wyoming Protection and Advocacy System – Statewide agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    7344 Stockman Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009

    Phone: (307) 632-3496

    Email: wypanda@wypanda.com

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Wyoming Department of Public Health, Genetics Program – Principal referral source in Wyoming for FAS/FAE. The Genetics Program schedules 20 or more screening clinics around the state each year. Clinics are staffed by physicians from Denver Children’s Hospital.

    Hathaway Building, 4th Floor, Cheyenne, WY 82002

    Phone: (307) 777-7656

  • Yukon Territory

    Treatment Services

    Canada Rehab,Yukon – Call for information on drug and alcohol treatment locations in Yukon.

    Phone: (800) 419-7941

District IX

  • California

    Treatment Services

    County of San Luis Obispo Health Agency, Drug and Alcohol Services Division – The Drug & Alcohol Services Division offers a variety of services and programs to help people with drug and alcohol problems, including public walk-in clinics, outpatient treatment, and court-mandated programs.

    1055 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93408

    Phone: (800) 838-1381

    Encompass Community Services, Santa Cruz – Substance abuse treatment services.

    380 Encinal St, Suite 200, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

    Phone: (831) 469-1700

    Email: crs@encompasscs.org

    Encompass Community Services, Watsonville – Substance abuse treatment services.

    585 Auto Center Drive, Watsonville, CA 95076

    Phone: (831) 728-2233

    Email: crs@encompasscs.org

    Highland Hospital, Department of Substance Abuse – The department provides substance abuse treatment services, case management, childcare, acupuncture, mental health services, and inpatient screening.

    1411 East 31st Street, OA Wing, 1st Floor, Oakland, CA 94602

    Phone: (510) 437-5192

    Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) – The CA-NARCH is a partnership of Tribal/Urban Indian Organizations and academic institutions committed to working together to increase the number of American Indian/Alaska Native scientists and health professionals; and to reduce health disparities in Native American populations. Services include substance abuse counseling.

    50100 Golsh Rd., Valley Center, CA 92082

    Phone: (760) 749-1410

    Statewide Services

    Amber Soto, Parent

    Northern California

    Email: ambers@familysoup.org

    The Arc of California – Provides services for individuals with disabilities and their families. These include an FASD Task Force which works to advance the effective prevention and treatment of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) in California.

    1225 8th Street, Suite 350, Sacramento, CA 95814

    Phone: (916) 552-6619

    Fax: (916) 441-3494

    California Birth Defects Monitoring Program – The California Birth Defects Monitoring Program (CBDMP) collects and analyzes data to identify opportunities for preventing birth defects and improving the health of babies.

    P.O. Box 997377, MS 0500, Sacramento, CA 95899-7377

    Phone: (916) 558-1784

    Email: info@cbdmp.org

    California Early Start – Early Start is California’s system of early intervention services provided to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.

    1600 9th Street, Room 330, Sacramento, CA 94244-2020

    Phone: (916) 654-1690

    Debra McFarren, Parent and Professional

    Email: kidzmom3@aol.com

    Diane Kerchner, Educational Therapist and Parent

    1525 Avenida Loma Vista, San Dimas, CA 91773

    Email: brokengooding@gmail.com, FAS-CA@yahoogroups.com

    Disability Rights California – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities. Offices are located in every region of the state.

    1831 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

    Phone: (916) 504-5800, Toll Free: (800) 776-5746

    Dr. Kathryn Page, Ph.D.

    Phone: (707) 996-7846

    Email: kathryn.page@sbcglobal.net

    Dr. Teddy King 

    18182 US Highway 18, Suite 101, Apple Valley, California 92307

    Phone: (760) 242-3539

    Exceptional Family Resource Center – Serves families of individuals with special needs by providing a broad continuum of information, education, and support. Services and supports are offered in English and Spanish.

    9245 Sky Park Court, Suite 130, San Diego, CA 92123

    Phone: (619) 594-7416

    Family PACT – Provides family planning resources and services to low-income California women of childbearing age.

    Phone: (916) 650-0414

    Email: fampact@dhcs.ca.gov

    Family Soup – Family resource center dedicated to supporting, encouraging and providing information and facilitated referral to families with children with special needs. They offer a variety of programs for parents/caregivers and children.

    1650 Sierra Ave., Suite 106, Yuba City, CA. 95993

    Phone: (530) 751-1925

    FASD Network of Southern California – A nonprofit, parent-led resource for parents, caregivers, advocates, educators and treatment professionals of persons who have been diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) or anyone who is suspected of being affected by FASD.

    Juan and DeeDee Ortiz, Parents

    2536 North Avenue, Chico, CA 95973

    Phone: (530) 893-1255

    Linda Hargreaves, Parent

    Phone: (510) 733-5376

    Email: hargrlin@aol.com

    Making a Difference Association – Making A Difference Association provides a support group for foster and adoptive parents of drugand alcohol-exposed children, regardless of lack of current diagnosis. We meet on the second Thursday of each month. Please call for information.

    1430 East Cooley Drive, Suite 111, Colton, CA 92324

    Phone: (909) 420-0413

    Fax: (909) 513-0410

    March of Dimes, California Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    101 Montgomery Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94104

    Phone: (415) 788-2202

    Fax: (415) 788-2802

    Margaret Ruby, Parent

    Monterrey County, California

    Email: ruby706@sbcglobal.net

    MotherToBaby California – MotherToBaby California provides free evidence-based information to mothers, health care professionals, and the general public about medications, alcohol, drugs of abuse, herbal supplements, chemicals, infectious diseases, and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

    9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0828 La Jolla, CA 92093

    Phone: (866) 626-6847, Text: (855) 999-3525

    Native American Health Center – Native American Health Center assists American Indians and Alaska Natives to improve and maintain their physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual well-being with respect for cultural traditions and to advocate for the needs of all Native American people.

    2950 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94601

    Phone: (510) 535-4400

    Network of Care California – Database of educational resources regarding mental and behavioral health and developmental resources in California, sorted by county.

    NOFAS Affiliate: Center for Family Strengthening, FASD Prevention Awareness – FASD Prevention efforts include raising community awareness about the benefits of healthy pregnancy and the consequences of prenatal exposure to alcohol, tobacco or other harmful substances.

    3480 South Higuera, Suite 100, San Luis Obispo 93401

    Phone: (805) 543-6216

    Email: support@cfsslo.org

    NOFAS Affiliate: SoCal NOFAS (NOFAS Southern California) – SoCal NOFAS, the Southern California state affiliate of NOFAS, is dedicated to raising community awareness about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

    7910 Frost Street, Suite 460, San Diego, CA 92123

    Phone: (858) 822-3785

    Peggy Combs-Way

    Phone: (619) 865-4991

    Email: pcombsway@gmail.com

    Diana Simmes

    Phone: (858) 822-3785

    Email: dsimmes@ucsd.edu

    Patricia Wilbarger, O.T. – Occupational therapist and clinical psychologist who is an expert on sensory integration.

    642 Island View Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109

    Phone: (805) 962-8233

    Email: pwilbar@verizon.net

    Paulette Benson, Teacher and Parent

    Phone: (626) 836-8680

    Email: la.townhall@verizon.com

    Peggy Black, Parent – Educational advocate for the schools/IEP’s, a speech and language pathologist, parent liaison, and trainer.

    Hercules, CA (Bay Area)

    Phone: (925) 588-9737

    Email: peggy.black0311@icloud.com

    Professional Child Development Associates (PCDA) – PCDA provides a wide range of innovative therapies, services and programs benefiting children, teens, and young adults with autism or other developmental challenges and their families.

    620 North Lake Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101

    Phone: (626) 793-7350

    Contact: Diane Cullinane, MD

    Email: pcda@pcdateam.org

    San Diego State University, Department of Psychology – The Center for Behavioral Teratology is a University-recognized research center focused on the effects of prenatal exposure to alcohol and other developmental disabilities.

    6330 Alvarado Court, Suite 100, San Diego CA 92120

    Phone: (619) 594-7228

    Fax: (619) 594-1895

    Contact: Sarah Mattson, Ph.D., Project Coordinator

    Email: sarah.mattson@sdsu.edu

    UCLA Ties for Families – TIES for Families promotes the successful adoption, growth, and development of children with special needs, including those with prenatal substance exposure who are in foster care.

    1000 Veteran Avenue, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90095

    Phone: (310) 825-6110

    UCSD Mother, Child, and Adolescent HIV Program – The project coordinates integrated medical and mental health, family-based early substance abuse prevention, early intervention, child and family mental health counseling, and home-based parenting skills training.

    4076 Third Ave., Suite 301, San Diego, CA 92103

    Phone: (619) 543-8089

    Contact: Tammelita Cotlon-Pineda

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Medical Genetics/Birth Defects Center – The Medical Genetics Program at Cedars Sinai provides the full range of genetic screening, diagnosis and treatment services, as well as extensive research programs into genetic diseases.

    8723 Alden Drive, Suite 240, Los Angeles, CA 90048

    Phone: (800) 233-2771 (24 hour)

    Contact: John Graham

    Email: john.graham@cshs.org

    Center for Better Beginnings, UC San Diego Health – The Center for Better Beginnings at UC San Diego is advancing the health of moms and babies. Located in the Department of Pediatrics, we bring together multiple maternal and infant health programs that focus on the identification, prevention, and treatment of birth defects.

    7910 Frost Street, Suite 370, San Diego, CA 92123

    Phone: (858) 246-2140

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Clinic – Dr. Lyn Laboriel is a pediatrician and one of the leading experts on FASD. We have a full clinic where we diagnose FASD daily, and follow up with children with FASD to make sure their educational and mental health needs are being met.

    1721 Griffin Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90031

    Phone: (323) 221-4134 ext. 150

    Contact: Dr. Lyn Laboriel

    Kaiser Permanente, San Jose Department of Genetics – FASD diagnosis and care; information on teratogens.

    5755 Cottle Road, Building 21, San Jose, CA 95123

    Phone: (408) 972-3300

    Contact: David Witt, MD

    Martha’s Place Child Assessment Center of San Luis Obispo County – Assess and treat children up to age five who exhibit at-risk behaviors and have been prenatally exposed to alcohol. Referrals to services based on individual needs.

    2925 McMillan Ave Ste. 108 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

    Phone: (805) 781-4948

    Fax: (805) 781-4962

    UCSF Biochemical Genetic Medicine Clinic – Provides comprehensive disease management, diagnostic evaluations, genetic counseling and education to children, adults and their families throughout Northern California and surrounding communities living with metabolic and neurological diseases.

    1825 Fourth St., Sixth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94158

    Phone: (415) 476-9997

    Fax: (415) 476-9976

    Valley Children’s Healthcare, Department of Genetic Medicine and Metabolism – The Department of Genetic Medicine and Metabolism offers both diagnostic and follow-up services. 

    9300 Valley Children’s Place Madera, CA 93636

    Phone: (559) 353-3000

  • Ecuador

    Treatment Services

    Centro De Tratamiento De Adicciones Creiad – Tratamientos de adicciones residencial, compatible con la vida familiar. Ofrecemos soluciones para una población con necesidades específicas.

    Challuabamba Panamericana Norte Km. 12 / Cuenca Ecuador

    Phone: (07)-410-60-80, 0982 752 410, 0998 411 671

    Hospital Especializado San Juan de Dios Calle San Juan de Dios – Tratamiento para adicciones.

    S2 – 209 y Calle Argentina, Valle de los Chillos Apartado Postal 17-03-345 Quito, Ecuador

    Phone: +593 (02) 2861197

District XI

  • Texas

    Treatment Services

    Austin Recovery, Inc. Family House – Outpatient, and inpatient long-term treatment options; beds for clients’ children.

    4201 South Congress Avenue, Suite 202, Austin, TX 78745

    Phone: (512) 697-8500

    The Council on Recovery, The Cradles Project – The Cradles Project is a gender specific intervention program that provides services to pregnant and post-partum women and adolescents who currently use substances or who may be at risk for substance abuse.

    303 Jackson Hill Street, Houston, TX 77007

    Phone: (713) 942-4100, Toll Free: (855) 942-4100

    Contact: Niki Stewart, Associate Director

    El Paso Behavioral Health System – A broad range of substance abuse prevention, education, and treatment programs. Addiction is perceived as the primary problem, but issues related to women’s substance abuse (e.g., shame, guilt, isolation, health problems, unhealthy relationships, and trauma) are also addressed.

    10501 Gateway Blvd W. El Paso, Texas 79925

    Phone: (915) 544-4000, Toll Free: (800) 967-3411

    Phoenix House – With various locations throughout Texas, it provides residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), outpatient, partial hospitalization/day treatment services for pregnant/postpartum women.

    Several locations throughout Texas

    Phone: (888) 671-9392

    Texas Department of State Health Services, Outreach, Screening, Assessment, and Referral Centers (OSARs) – Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral Centers (OSARs) may be the first point of contact for those seeking substance use disorder treatment services. Regardless of ability to pay, Texas residents who are seeking substance use disorder services and information may qualify for services based on need.

    Phone: (877) 541-7905

    Statewide Services

    The ARC of Greater Houston – This group of families revolves around the issues related to having a child or an adult family member who has a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder.

    3737 Dacoma, Suite E, P.O. Box 942168 Houston, TX 77292

    Phone: (713) 957-1600

    Fax: (713) 957-1699

    The Arc of Texas – The Arc of Texas is the oldest and largest nonprofit, volunteer organization in the state committed to creating opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be included in their communities and to make the choices which affect their lives.

    8001 Centre Park Drive, Suite 100, Austin, TX 78754

    Phone: (512) 454-6694

    Email: info@thearcoftexas.org

    Clarity Child Guidance Center – Inpatient and outpatient programs include a range of services including crisis stabilization, psychiatric evaluations, and ongoing therapy.

    8535 Tom Slick Road, San Antonio, TX 78229

    Phone: (210) 616-0300, Toll Free: (877) 676-5437

    Disability Rights Texas – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    2222 West Braker Lane, Austin, Texas 78758

    Phone: (512) 454-4816, Toll Free: (800) 252-9108 (intake); (800) 315-3876 (current clients)

    Fax: (512) 323-0902

    March of Dimes, Texas Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    5420 Dashwood Dr., #302, Houston, TX 77081

    Phone: (713) 623-2020

    Fax: (713) 964-5417

    MotherToBaby Texas Tips – We provide information regarding potentially harmful exposures (a.k.a. teratogens) during pregnancy or breastfeeding such as prescription medication, nicotine, alcohol, maternal infections or environmental exposures.

    6431 Fannin Street, Houston, Texas 77030

    Phone: (855) 884-7248

    Email: TexasTIPS@uth.tmc.edu

    Navigate Life Texas – The Navigate Life Texas (NLT) website was created to inform and empower parents of children with disabilities or special health care needs.

    Rose Street Mental Health Care – Services for children and adolescents with special needs.

    1800 Rose Street, Wichita Falls, TX 76301

    Toll Free: (888) 723-7673

    Contact: David Sabine, Ph.D., Psychologist

    Texas Children’s Hospital, Meyer Center for Developmental Pediatrics – Texas resource for children with FASD.

    8080 North Stadium Drive, Houston, TX 77054

    Phone: (832) 822-3400, Toll Free: (888) 723-7673

    Contact: Sherry L. Sellers-Vinson, MD, M.E.D., Clinic Chief

    Texas NeuroRehab Center – Texas NeuroRehab Center works with boys and girls ages 8-17 with IQs that fall between 40-90. The primary goal of residential treatment for youth is to promote appropriate interaction and behavior to allow for discharge to a less restrictive setting.

    1106 West Dittmar Road, Austin, TX 78745

    Phone: (512) 444-4835, Toll Free: (800) 252-5151

    Contact: Terri McBryde, Director of Business Development

    Email: lanette.filstrup@uhsinc.com

    Texas Teratogen Information Service, University of North Texas, Department of Biological Sciences – Provides information on teratogens for patients and health professionals in Texas.

    1155 Union Circle, #305220, Denton, TX 76203

    Text: (855) 999-3525

    Phone: (940) 565-3892, Toll Free: (800) 733-4727

    Contact: Lori Wolfe

    Email: lori.wolfe@unt.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    Child Study Center, Cook Children’s – The Child Study Center provides diagnosis and treatment services to children who have or are at risk for developmental disabilities and related behavioral and emotional problems.

    1300 West Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76102

    Phone: (682) 303-9200

    Children’s Health Specialty Center Dallas Campus, Department of Genetics – Evaluation, case management, referral and resources for individuals with FASD.

    2350 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75207

    Phone: (214) 456-2357

    Fax: (214) 456-2567

    Dallas Pediatric Neurology Associates – Diagnosis of FASDs.

    7777 Forest Lane, Dallas, TX 75230

    Phone: (972) 566-8600

    Denese Thetford M.Ed

    9905 Woodrow Road Ropesville, TX 79358

    Phone: (806) 863-3366

    Fax: (806) 893-4050

    Email: denesethetford@msn.com

    Dr. Chris Johnson

    701 South Zarzamora Street, San Antonio, TX 78207

    Phone: (210) 358-7375

    Dr. Karen Rogers FASD, PAL Office – Diagnoses individuals in the Lubbock region.

    7501 Quaker Lubbock, TX 79424

    Phone: (806) 793-7257

    Email: rogers.kl@att.net

    Driscoll Children’s Hospital, Developmental Pediatric Medicine – Driscoll’s Developmental Pediatric Medicine Department is staffed by both developmental and behavioral pediatric specialists and a pediatric psychologist.

    3533 S. Alameda Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78411

    Phone: (361) 694-5650 Fax: (361) 808-2063

    MHMRA of Harris County – Assessment provided for people between the ages of birth to 22. After assessment, referrals will be directed to mental health services and community resources.

    9401 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77074

    Phone: (713) 970-7000 (services for over age 3), (713) 970-4800 (services for under age 3)

    Sarah Sirbasku, Ph.D. 

    107 Fannin Avenue, Suite 100, Round Rock, TX 78664

    Phone: (512) 942-7171

    Email: sarah@meaningfulmess.com

    Licensed Psychologist Specially for Children – The program evaluates children ages 0-5 years.

    6811 Austin Center Blvd., Suite 400, Austin, TX 78731

    Phone: (512) 628-1800, Toll Free: (866) 514-0045

    Texas Children’s Hospital, Genetics Department – FASD diagnosis.

    6701 Fannin St, Clinical Care Center, 16th Floor, Houston, TX 77030

    Phone: (832) 822-4280

    Fax: (832) 825-4294

    Email: ksplunke@texaschildrenshospital.org

District XII

  • Colombia

    Treatment Services

    Fundación Liberate – Tratamiento de adicciones.

    Transversal 77 No. 166-40 Bogotá, Colombia

    Phone: (0571) 680 6910 / 685 4670

    Email: fundacionliberate@fundacionliberate.org.co

    Hospital Universitario de San Vicente Fundación – Tratamiento de adicciones.

    Calle 64 # 51 D - 154 Medellín, Colombia

    Phone: (57-4) 448 2626

  • Florida

    Treatment Services

    The Agape Center – Directory of holistic treatment centers in Florida.

    Toll Free: (800) 676-2451

    Centerstone Florida – Substance use treatment and other services.

    391 6th Avenue W. Bradenton, FL 34206

    Phone: (941) 782-4150

    Community Drug and Alcohol Council – CADC provides two programs for women: Women’s Intervention Services and Education (WISE) and Women’s Transitional Center (WTC). WISE and WTC help these women learn how to live substance-free lives, and provide them with help to better deal with parenting, finances and personal problems.

    3804 N. 9th Avenue Pensacola, FL 32503

    Toll Free: (888) 994-9944

    Florida Department of Children and Families ACCESS Central – Offers treatment for substance abuse – can locate treatment facilities based on county.

    P.O. Box 1770, Ocala, FL 34478-1770

    Phone: (866) 762-2237

    Transformations Recovery – Offers women-specific and family-centered recovery programs for substance abuse.

    1001 West Indiantown Rd Jupiter, FL 33458

    Phone: (561) 575-2020; (833) 797-6237

    Email: info@transformationsrecovery

    Statewide Services

    The Arc of Florida – Working with local, state, and national partners, The Arc of Florida advocates for local chapters, public policies, and high quality supports for people with developmental and other disabilities to be fully included in all aspects of their community.

    2898 Mahan Drive, Suite 1, Tallahassee, FL 32308

    Toll Free: (800) 226-1155

    Denise and Joe Costa, Parents 

    261 Bay Drive, Key Largo, FL 33037

    Phone: (305) 453-0906

    Fax: (305) 453-1006

    Email: joelargo@aol.com

    Disability Rights Florida – Protection and advocacy agency for persons with developmental disabilities.

    2473 Care Dr., #200, Tallahassee, FL 32308

    Phone: (850) 488-9071

    Toll Free: (800) 342-0823

    Fax: (850) 488-8640

    Family Central – Targets families with young children (0-3) who have been impacted by substance abuse and/or HIV/AIDS. Services specifically focus on promoting family reunification and stability.

    1415 West Cypress Creek Road, Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309

    Phone: (954) 720-1000

    Family Network on Disabilities of Florida – Parent training and information project that is concerned with special education needs.

    2196 Main Street, Suite L, Dunedin, FL 34698

    Phone: (727) 523-1130

    Toll Free: (800) 825-5736

    Email: fnd@fndusa.org

    Florida Children’s Medical Services – Offers a collection of programs for eligible children with special needs. Each one of their programs and services are family-centered and designed to help children with a variety of conditions and needs.

    Locations throughout Florida

    Indian River County Healthy Start Coalition – Community services to ensure healthy families, including educational programs and resources for pregnant women.

    1555 Indian River Boulevard, Suite B241, Vero Beach, Florida 32960

    Phone: (772) 563-9118

    Email: info@irchealthystart.org

    Lawrence and Sue Egert, Parents

    626 Spring Oaks Boulevard Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

    Phone: (407) 774-1072

    Fax: (407) 774-1192

    Email: wishes3@excelonline.com

    Linda Falkner – Former foster care provider and author of book on FAS/FAE titled “I Would Be Loved.”

    1510 S Miller Rd., Valrico, FL 33594

    Email: lfalkner@tampabay.rr.com

    March of Dimes, Florida Chapter – March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. They carry out their mission through research, services, education and advocacy.

    341 North Maitland Avenue, Suite 115, Maitland, FL 32751

    Phone: (407) 599-5077

    Fax: (407) 647-9636

    Pat Gorski, Parent – Trains school personnel and health professionals about FAS/FAE. She is the contact person for the FAS Prevention Committee in Brevard County.

    1081 Sunswept Road NE Palm Bay, FL 32905

    Phone: (321) 723-0030

    Email: ennayttap44@cfl.rr.com

    Safe Children Coalition – Trains foster care parents and provides case management for at-risk children in the state of Florida.

    1500 Independence Blvd, #210, Sarasota, FL 34234

    Phone: (941) 371-4799

    Fax: (941) 371-5439

    Southeastern FASD Regional Training Center, Meharry Medical College/Carolinas Medical Center Northeast, University of North Carolina – A member of the regional team center consulting, educating, and training the public and medical health professionals on FASDs.

    11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL

    Phone: (850) 474-2000

    Fax: (850) 474-2902

    Contact: Kristy Durkin, MSW, LCSW (RTC Consultant)

    Email: kdurkin@uwf.edu

    Diagnosis of FASD

    The Florida Center for Early Childhood, Fetal Alcohol Clinic – The Florida Center for Early Childhood is home to the State’s first and only Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to diagnose issues related to prenatal alcohol exposure, as well as to provide education and training statewide on FASD.

    4620 17th Street, Sarasota, FL 34235

    Phone: (941) 371-8820, ext. 1000

    Contact: Kathryn Shea, LCSW, President and CEO

    Email: kathryn.shea@thefloridacenter.org

    Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System, University of Florida Health – Diagnosis of developmental disabilities.

    6271 St. Augustine Road, Suite 1, Jacksonville, FL 32217

    Phone: (904) 633-0770

    Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Division of Genetics – The Division of Genetics at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital provides comprehensive assessments and treatment for patients with genetic disorders and certain birth defects.

    1005 Joe DiMaggio Drive Hollywood, FL 33021

    Phone: (954) 265-6319

    Contact: Paul Benke, M.D. Geneticist

    Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Developmental Medicine – The Pediatric Developmental Medicine Department at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital provides evaluation and management services for children with neuro-developmental and related learning disorders from birth to 15 years of age.

    880 Sixth Street S, Suite 240, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

    Phone: (727) 767-8035

    Contact: Henry Shapiro, Rebecca Sutphen

    Email: hshapiro@hsc.usf.edu

    Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando – The Nemours Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for genetic disorders in children.

    13535 Nemours Parkway, 4th Floor Orlando, FL 32827

    Phone: (407) 650-7715

    Nicklaus Children’s Hospital – Ranked as the top pediatric neurology and neurosurgery program in the Southeast, Nicklaus Children’s Brain Institute balances safety and efficacy to achieve the best possible quality of life for children with a neurological condition.

    3100 S.W. 62nd Ave Miami, Florida 33155

    Phone: (305) 666-6511

    Toll Free: (800) 432-6837

    Contact: Robert Cullen

    University of Miami, General Genetics Clinics – The General Genetics Clinic at the University of Miami offers evaluation, management and genetic counseling for children and adults with known or suspected genetic conditions.

    1601 NW 12th St. Miami, FL 33136

    Phone: (305) 243-6006

    University of South Florida, Regional Genetics Program – Information on teratogens; diagnosis and referral.

    13101 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612

    Phone: (813) 974-2583