Neurodiversity (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder)


Serving Indigenous families with children ages 0 – 19 years of age who are diagnosed with FASD, suspected to have FASD, supporting families through the assessment and diagnostic process.

Mentoring families to facilitate an increase in their knowledge, skills and confidence while striving to empower the family to become their own best advocate for their child.

The FASD Key Worker also provides workshops, referrals to other resources, and information to those who do not meet the age requirement.

Support is for families who self-identify, or have been diagnosed with FASD. We facilitate culturally safe circles of support for families and caregivers.


Inquiry Form

Intake is by phone (250) 384-3211 or in person between the hours of 1:00pm and 4:00pm Monday to Friday. Inquiries for intake can be done by completing the below form. All referrals must go through Intake.

How to Reach Us

8:30am – 4:30pm
Monday to Friday

231 Regina Avenue
Victoria, BC
V8Z 1J6

Tel: (250) 384-3211
Fax: (250) 384-1586

Rebecca Mabee (Manager)


Key Workers mentor families to increase their knowledge and confidence to empower their skills in becoming the best advocates.

Navigating Services

We assist selecting appropriate services by providing information on available programs, health, and education services.

Providing Information

Key Workers provide information, resources, and suggestions to support the implementation of strategies and activities to help children experience less frustration at home.

Funding source provided by


Contact the Neurodiversity program today for more information