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Fetal Alcohol Advocacy Southland

Community Health Service


Our service provides support, advocacy and education to parents or caregivers of a child with, or suspected to have, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.

For those who suspect their child is affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, we can provide assessment tools to begin to build a picture of your child's development delays. We can then support you to bring this to your GP, if appropriate.

We work alongside you and help to guide you through the processes you might encounter in your child's journey. 

We are a volunteer-run organisation, mostly made up of parents and caregivers who have lived experience supporting a child with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.


Child / Tamariki, Adult / Pakeke

How do I access this service?

Contact us


No fees apply


Call us anytime, for more information.

Services Provided

Advocacy, Injury, illness or disability, Pregnancy and parenting, Kaupapa Māori



Contact Details


  • Phone

    027 276 2414

  • Email

This page was last updated at 1:00PM on February 16, 2022. This information is reviewed and edited by Fetal Alcohol Advocacy Southland.