FASD plan (closed)
This engagement is now closed. It ran from 2017-05-01 to 2017-06-30.
Find the results
The results will be available through a What We Heard Document posted here as well as on the FASD Prevention website in April 2018.
What was this engagement about?
The Government of Yukon is developing a 10-Year Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Action Plan. This Plan will focus on awareness, prevention, and supporting people with FASD and their families to reach their full potential. We are engaging with First Nations, community representatives and many stakeholders to develop this plan.
The public engagement process was led by an FASD Interagency Advisory Committee, made up of government and non-government service providers, First Nations partners, caregivers and an individual with FASD.
How will my input make a difference?
The FASD Action Plan will outline how we will work together to take action to make sure we are taking care of one of the most vulnerable populations in Yukon. The input gathered in this process will help us develop this plan. FASD is an issue that requires a collective response from the Government of Yukon, First Nations governments, community agencies and individuals across all sectors.