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South Alberta FASD Network

A culture of collaboration. A vision of change.


Motivated by a deep desire to create positive change for individuals, families and our community, the South Alberta FASD Network tirelessly pursues our Vision and Mission.

Our Vision

To the community served by the South Alberta FASD Network, we deliver a comprehensive and coordinated regional response to FASD across the lifespan and a continuum of services respectful of individual, family, culture and community diversity.

Our Mission

The South Alberta FASD Network aims to increase regional capacity by enhancing existing FASD services and developing new services in four primary areas: awareness, prevention, assessment and diagnosis, and supports for individuals and caregivers. 

Our Service Area

Encompassing nearly 26,000 square kilometres in Alberta’s south-western corner, our Network’s catchment area extends from Crowsnest Pass on the west to Bow Island on the east, Vauxhall and Claresholm on the north to the U.S. Border on the south.

Our service area is home to more than 157,000 people. Nearly half live in Lethbridge; the rest are spread among more than 40 smaller towns and villages and their surrounding rural landscapes.

The region also includes two reserves which are the Blackfoot People of North Peigan (Piikani) and Blood (Kainai) Tribes. Their combined population exceeds 10,000.

South Alberta FASD Network, we deliver a comprehensive and coordinated regional response to FASD across the lifespan and a continuum of services. The South Alberta FASD Network aims to increase regional capacity by enhancing existing FASD services and developing new services in four primary areas: awareness, prevention, assessment and diagnosis, and supports for individuals and caregivers. Encompassing nearly 26,000 square kilometres in Alberta’s south-western corner, our Network’s catchment area extends from Crowsnest Pass on the west to Bow Island on the east, Vauxhall and Claresholm on the north to the U.S. Border on the south. Our service area is home to more than 157,000 people. Nearly half live in Lethbridge; the rest are spread among more than 40 smaller towns and villages and their surrounding rural landscapes. The region also includes two reserves which are the Blackfoot People of North Peigan (Piikani) and Blood (Kainai) Tribes. Their combined population exceeds 10,000.