The MidSouth affiliate of NOFAS (The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome) will be referred to as NOFAS-MidSouth. We share common principles and missions with NOFAS.
NOFAS-MidSouth is committed to prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
NOFAS-MidSouth provides advocacy, support, and education, and serves as a resource for the FASD community in the MidSouth. This community includes those with FASD, their families, their caregivers, the professional support groups that serve them, and the educators that teach them.
NOFAS-MidSouth is committed to increasing public awareness of FASD, and ensuring that it is recognized as a developmental disability in order to mobilize public, private, and government support for FASD prevention and treatment.
NOFAS-MidSouth is committed to reducing the stigma and improving the quality of life of those with FASD, their families and caregivers, as well as to mobilizing grassroots advocacy within the community.
NOFAS-MidSouth is committed to representing those with FASD, their families and caregivers in order to serve as a liaison with researchers and policymakers.
NOFAS-MidSouth is a 501c3 Non-Profit, recognized as a tax-exempt organization by the Federal government.