Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) is a reference to a variety of physical and mental impairments caused by a mother who drinks alcohol during pregnancy.

On September 9, 1999, FASD Awareness Day was started. It is celebrated each year on 9/9 as a reference to the 9 months of pregnancy. Throughout the world, bells will ring at 9:09 AM to honor those born with FASD. Sojourner is here to help expecting mothers refrain from drinking alcohol and doing drugs during their pregnancies. This short video explains a little bit about our services.

Our staff are committed to helping pregnant women have safe pregnancies and deliver happy, healthy babies. Our Perinatal program specializes in this! If you need our services, please contact us at 513-868-7654.