It is estimated that 2-5% of the general population is living with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Because of the difficulty people with FASD face, that percentage is often much higher among people involved with social services, probation or behavioral health.
All families need help at one time or another. We offer many resources to:
- Help you strengthen your family
- Change the behaviors that are causing you stress
- Build your resilience in times of need
Connect with us to help your family thrive.
CFS is your resource for Child Abuse Prevention Education and Knowledge. Visit our website for reporting suspected child abuse and information about the Five Protective Factors that prevent abuse.
If you are an Advocate, Counselor or Parent Educator for a Family Resource Center, CFS is your resource for the latest information about Child Abuse Reporting Laws and prevention. CFS offers training on the Five Protective Factors and how to prevent and stop child abuse.