Whitecrow Village

FASD Society

Creating Context for Understanding & Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Our programs


L.I.F.E. Sessions

Our 5 – 7 day L.I.F.E. Sessions offer families and other participants a unique opportunity to learn, work, and play together as a community, and to gain what many describe as a life changing understanding of FASD.

Education for Schools & Educators

In the contemporary teaching reality of prescribed curricula, mandates & protocol; busy (often over sized) classrooms of students with diverse personalities, learning abilities and needs; compromised time for lesson planning, preparation, assessment, and reporting.

Interdependent Living

The term interdependent captures the supportive interaction exemplified by the Whitecrow Village team. An interdependent community is one in which all persons and the contributions they make are valued and respected equally.


Through our multi-faceted employment training programs, Whitecrow Village provides positive, stable work experiences for adults with FASD, and fosters an awareness of the skills and abilities that adults with FASD can bring to their workplaces and communities.

* Note: We are not hiring at this time.

Addictions Recovery Support

Recognising that being understood is a catalyst to success in early recovery, the addictions recovery support programs at Whitecrow Village create opportunities for lifestyle changes associated with addiction.

At Whitecrow Village, our programs offer a model for a way of life in a setting that strengthens our understanding of what it means to be human in a world where everyone belongs and contributes.

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Watch this spot! Summer 2018 schedule to be announced soon.

The Whitecrow Village lending library is now catalogued & available.

The Whitecrow Village lending library is now catalogued and available to Whitecrow Village FASD Society members to borrow. Thank you, Annemarie Richmond! There are videos on DVD, journal and magazine articles (available by email) and other printed resources.

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In A Perfect World

In a perfect world, everyone would understand FASD and it would not result in secondary trauma. From correspondence with a caregiver of early adolescents living with FASD: Observe, observe, observe. Observe without judging or even trying to think of immediate solutions. Observe throughout the day, when things are going well and when they are not….

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