After years of structure and support — both at home and at school – that protective scaffolding falls away when our kids reach age 21. As a result, it’s not uncommon for many individuals with FASD to grapple with unemployment, substance abuse and homelessness.
Our program meets the needs of the adult FASD population. Through our supported housing, we provide the tools needed to achieve self-reliance including duties such as preparing dinner, participating in the local farmers market by creating crafts and baked goods, or tending to our farm animals. This provides our residents with a sense of responsibility, collaboration and productivity.