Indigenous Approaches to FASD Prevention: Brief Interventions with Girls and Women

The Prevention Conversation: A Shared Responsibility Project

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BRIEF INTERVENTIONS WITH GIRLS AND WOMEN provides a brief introduction to ways of working with Indigenous girls and women to address alcohol, pregnancy, and other related concerns. It is one of five publications highlighting how FASD prevention is understood and practiced in Indigenous traditional culture. The series is a collaboration of The Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation, and the Canada FASD Research Network.

Click to view PDF:  IndigFASD-BRIEF-INTERVENTIONS_Jan2018

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