10502-103 ST, High Level, AB
(780) 926-3375

Northwest Regional Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Society – Mackenzie Network

FASD is an umbrella diagnostic term describing the range of effects that can occur in an
individual who was prenatally exposed to alcohol.

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Reconciling the Past, Informing the Present and Shaping the Future.


To enable communities to work towards substance free births addressing historical pathways, while supporting individuals and families impacted with FASD


Conversations are Key to Prevention

All children, unborn and born, have the right to a healthy start

All individuals have the right to be treated with dignity and respect

Healthy families contribute to creating healthy communities

Communication and partnership between individuals, agencies and communities is critical for FASD Awareness

Latest News

What we have been working on and thing’s to come.

Housing Job Listing May 2022

FASD Residential Supports and Services Program at Sheltering Arms, High Level, AlbertaFASD Housing Coach/Day/Evening/Night Qualifications • High School Diploma• Experience in the social services field in the area of disability[…]

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National Volunteer Appreciation Day

National Volunteer Appreciation Day April 20th Volunteers selflessly help others and make many lives better and that’s why April 20th is observed as Volunteer Recognition Day across the world to[…]

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FASD Podcast with Cathy Cross

FASD Family Life: Research & Resources Edition: WRaP 2.0 – FASD Coaching Partnership Project with Cathy Cross on Apple Podcasts

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Some of our Team

A wonderful group of individuals who will do everything to get you the knowledge that you need about FASD.

Staff Directory

Wanda Beland

Executive Director

Cell: 780-502-1145

Gaye Carpenter

Director of Operations

Cell: 780-502-0447

Nancy Christian

Human Resources/Finance

Cell: 780-841-5481

Holly Stephenson

Residential Program Supervisor

Cell: 780-841-4295

September is FASD Month

Wear red to celebrate and raise awareness.

FASD Month Information