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FASArizona.com is your source for information, support, events, and resources in Arizona for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
When Teresa Kelleran retired in December 2017, the State did not replace her, and the FAS Community Resource Center closed. The websites will stay up indefinitely. To visit the FAS Community Resource Center online, click on "FAS Information" to the left, where you will find everything you need to know about FASD.
March of Dimes Stats for Arizona rate of binge drinking by women. Arizona's rate is about the same as the U.S. average.
Birth defects comparison for FASD and other common birth defects in Arizona.
Fact Sheet for FASD in Arizona: Download PDF file 23k
FASD Center for Excellence research shows that FASD costs Arziona $98 million per year. [H. Harwood, FASD Center for Excellence trainers conference, Orlando, 2005]
FASD and Arizona Revised Statutes
Here are some definitions in the ARS regarding mental health issues that might apply to individuals with FASD.
View photo slide show from FASD Awareness Day 2004!
Photo of the FASD prevention poster produced by the Arizona Department of Health. Also in Spanish. Come by the FAS Center and pick one up. They are free.
Photo gallery from the FASD Town Hall Meeting in Tucson in October 2003.
FAS Arizona News Stories
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It is estimated that 85% of persons with FASD do not qualify for disability services, because eligibility criteria for persons with developmental disabilities in Arizona require an IQ under 70, and most individuals with FASD have an IQ in the normal range, yet cannot function safely without support services. Read this Legislative Forum Position Statement on Eligibility Criteria as presented at the DD Legislative Forum on October 21, 2004.
"Looking Up the River"
Read our Conference Report for the November 2001 "Looking Up the River" FAS conference. The report includes comments from attendees on their insights, obstacles, and dreams. There are photos too, as well as a paraphrase of the folklore tale "River Babies" that was the basis for the conference theme.
Last update: January 3, 2019