FASD MAPS Early Intervention Program

FASD Mentoring, Advocacy, Partnership, Support (MAPS) is a home and community-based program available to parents, caregivers, and children/youth ages newborn to 21 who are living with issues related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

Offered in partnership with three other community organizations, this program provides an array of supports for families impacted by FASD which are shared in greater detail below. Please contact us for additional information about how we can help your family.


  • Provides in-home and peer emotional support to parents and caregivers of children affected by FASD.
  • Builds confidence and independence by validating parent experiences and helping develop an understanding of caring for a child affected by FASD.


  • Provides encouragement and support to children, youth, parents, and caregivers who are dealing with FASD-related issues in the home or community.
  • Helps children, youth, parents, and caregivers build a support network specific to their needs.


  • Provides information to the community about FASD services, resources, and initiatives.
  • Offers skills training and group learning opportunities specific to FASD.


  • Provides emotional support and crisis intervention for children, youth, parents, and caregivers who are dealing with FASD challenges.
  • Helps stabilize families who are under stress and minimize the risk of family breakdown.

Who it’s for

As one of the partners Renfrew provides services from birth to 10 years of age.


No Fee.

Additional information

Program is available to families and children (age newborn to 21) with a suspected or formal FASD diagnosis.

Program Partners

Working at Renfrew has taught me patience, unconditional love and has been my biggest source of education. This place has so much to offer the kids and staff – I am lucky to be part of this community.
Vanessa, Child Development Facilitator