1. Link people with FASD, caregivers and professionals to services and supports.
2. Transfer knowledge and develop resources.
3. Create a sustainable, provincial organization that connects the FASD landscape.
Public Health Agency of Canada has been a committed supporter in the development of FASD ONE, recognizing not only the expertise at the grassroots level in Ontario but also the need for multi-sector collaboration in advancing the critical factors related to women’s alcohol use in pregnancy and in addressing the needs of individuals with the disability.