How To Make a Referral
NEAFAN is pleased to offer a variety of programs. We provide services on a referral basis. Please feel free to contact us and discuss your circumstances and eligibility for our services.
Who can make a referral?
Referrals can be made by physicians, health care professionals, , schools, and other community professionals. We also accept self-referrals when you want to refer yourself for a service. Please call or fill the online form below.
Programs you can refer to:
[FASD Assessment and Diagnosis]
FASD Assessment and Diagnosis Clinic
[Supports for Individuals with FASD or Suspecting FASD]
Outreach Support Services
Support services for individuals with FASD or suspecting FASD
[Prevention and Awareness]
PCAP (Parent Child Assistant Program)
- Women who are at child baring age with limited support
- Women who are pregnant / or up to six months postpartum
- Caregivers of individuals with FASD
Request for presentations about basics of FASD and Alcohol and Pregnancy for groups /or individuals
Foundations, Families, and Friends program
Request for presentation about basics of FASD in rural communities (Conklin/ Janvier/ Anzac/ Gregoire Lake First nation, Fort Mckay, Fort Chipewyan)