FMF Program Partners

Learn more about partner agencies who provide FMF Program Services:

  • http://www.thefloridacenter.org/FASD.php
    The Florida Center for Early Childhood provides prevention and early intervention services to young children and their families at risk for academic, social and economic failure. The Florida Center will is approved as an East Coast FMF Program training site.

  • http://www.institutefamily.org/
    The Institute for Family Development (IFD) provides in-home services to children and families which have been demonstrated to effectively address problems of family conflict and child welfare. The mission of IFD is to develop, deliver and disseminate evidence-based child welfare programs to increase child safety, strengthen families and reduce the need for state-funded care for children. 

  • http://www.mofas.org/2013/04/unique-support-opportunit-families-moving-forward/
    The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) has a mission to eliminate disability caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy and improve the quality of life for those living with FASDs in Minnesora. MOFAS supports FMF as a personalized program for families and children affected by a FASD or prenatal alcohol exposure.

  • http://www.violenceinterventionprogram.org/mental-health-services/
    The Violence Intervention Program (VIP) uses evidence-based practices to support children and empower their caregivers with coping skills and strategies to manage FASD. VIP's FASD Clinic compliments the screening and diagnosis with family support services, one of which is the FMF Program.

  • http://www.psych.rochester.edu/MHFC/
    The Mt. Hope Family Center at the University of Rochester utilizes unique approaches to help improve the lives of children and families who have experiences violence, abuse neglect and trauma. Through this Center, the FMF Program is available to families in Rochester and Buffalo regions of the state.

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Information presented on this website is for educational purposes only. Website content is not meant as a substitute for clinical advice or professional guidance. For clinical care and advice, it is best to consult a mental health provider or primary care provider. This site does not provide clinical advice or connections with care.

Images are used with permission. Images may not represent particular individuals or situations discussed in articles.

This site is primarily for health care providers and systems to learn about training in the Families Moving Forward (FMF) Program intervention.  The FMF Program is a behavioral consultation treatment designed for families raising preschool and school-aged children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) or prenatal alcohol exposure.