Do You Want to Help Prevent FASD? Don’t Know Where to Start?
FASD ONE is excited to offer you a package to help you start conversations about alcohol and birth control use with all women and men of childbearing age.
This evidence-based resource will help you to begin conversations with women and men of childbearing age regarding alcohol and birth control use. The resources can be used with both men and women to proactively prevent FASD before a pregnancy occurs. Starting conversations about alcohol and birth control use is a unique opportunity to help reduce stigma and prevent FASD.
This project, also known as the Condom Project, was developed for the Community Action Programs for Children and the Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Programs in Ontario. It contains, posters, condoms and tear off sheets to give to women and men regarding the need to be on reliable birth control if any alcohol is being consumed.
Before using the resources we encourage you to review the webinar at the following link: Webinar – Preventing FASD, The Condom Project.
We welcome anyone to use these resources as long as FASD ONE is acknowledged. See the posters and tear offs below. If you would like more information about them please contact us by email.
FASD ONE is grateful to the Public Health Agency of Canada who provided funding for this project. However, the views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency.