FASD 101 and the Justice System

FASD 101 and the Justice System is a free half-day training designed for justice professionals and community organizations who may work adjacent to or directly with justice-involved individuals impacted by fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). This training aims to increase understanding of FASD and its intersections with the justice system as well as deliver promising interventions for justice-involved individuals with FASD.


This interactive evidence-based training will address current FASD diagnostic information, stigma and shame associated with the disorder, as well as various interventions and strategies for a strength-based and person-centered approach.


Interested in becoming a facilitator of this training? fasdNL is happy to announce that we will be offering a facilitator training session for individuals who wish to deliver our FASD 101 and the Justice System training to colleagues.


Attend FASD 101 and the Justice System on October 26th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Atlantic):

Register to attend the interactive three-hour training here.


Become a trained facilitator of FASD 101 and the Justice System on October 27th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Atlantic):

Register to attend the facilitator’s three-hour training here.

*Please note: To become a facilitator, you must first attend the training on October 26th. Space is limited.


Registrants will receive an email on October 25th with information about how to access the training via Zoom.


Have questions? Email [email protected]