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  • It is important not to over-interpret the 0%. This does not mean that no child was born with FAS across all foster care in 1995, 1996, and 1998. Rather, this data documents a statistically significant decline in the number of children born with FAS over these years and the decline is the order of a few percentage points. It is reasonable to say that maternal drinking declined from 14.6% to 3.9% and the prevalence of FAS declined from 6.7% to 1 or 2%.
    King County foster care specific for the FAS numbers.
    Of the 600 children who participated in the foster care FAS screening program, 264 were born from 1993 to 1998. 5 of these 264 children screened positive and were diagnosed with FAS.
    The prevalence of FAS among these 264 foster children declined significantly across each birth cohort form 1993 to 1998.
    Decline in FAS more strongly correlated with decline in maternal alcohol use early in pregnancy than in late pregnancy.
    Each month, 1 in 40 live births are randomly selected from the Washington State birth certificates. Over sampling by race other than Caucasian is conducted to increase the reliability of estimates for these racial groups. The PRAMS questionnaire is sent to the mother 2 to 6 months post partum.
  • Parenting education varies across sites. Programs use model programs or evidenced based programs.
  • Parent Trust also offers in many communities Parent Education, Teen Stress Management, and they have a helpful website with tips for successful parenting.
  • Training is available at the FASDPN, on Fridays.
  • Access the website to be put on their email list for the newsletter.
  • Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

    1. 1. Division of Alcohol andDivision of Alcohol and Substance AbuseSubstance Abuse Pregnant and ParentingPregnant and Parenting Women (PPW) withWomen (PPW) with Chemical Dependency IssuesChemical Dependency Issues DASA Services in theDASA Services in the Prevention of FASDPrevention of FASD
    2. 2. What is FASD?What is FASD? Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersFetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: the umbrella term for:: the umbrella term for: -Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)-Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) -Fetal Alcohol Effect (FAE)-Fetal Alcohol Effect (FAE) -Alcohol Related Neurological Disorders (ARND)-Alcohol Related Neurological Disorders (ARND) -other prenatal alcohol exposure related effects-other prenatal alcohol exposure related effects These effects may include physical, mental, behavioral,These effects may include physical, mental, behavioral, developmental and/or learning disabilities with possible lifelongdevelopmental and/or learning disabilities with possible lifelong implications.implications. FASD are 100% preventable and occur when a pregnant womanFASD are 100% preventable and occur when a pregnant woman drinks alcohol during pregnancy. There is no safe amount ofdrinks alcohol during pregnancy. There is no safe amount of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
    3. 3. What doesWhat does DASADASA offer?offer? Chemical dependency treatment for women that includes theChemical dependency treatment for women that includes the families, especially the babies and toddlers.families, especially the babies and toddlers. Intervention on a pregnant chemically dependent woman, whichIntervention on a pregnant chemically dependent woman, which maymay prevent a drug or alcohol exposed babyprevent a drug or alcohol exposed baby.. Intervention on a chemically dependent woman mayIntervention on a chemically dependent woman may prevent anprevent an unintended pregnancy,unintended pregnancy, which could lead to a baby that is drug orwhich could lead to a baby that is drug or alcohol exposed.alcohol exposed. Priority access into outpatient and residential chemicalPriority access into outpatient and residential chemical dependency treatment services.dependency treatment services.
    4. 4. With Prevention and TreatmentWith Prevention and Treatment Funding:Funding: Maternal drinking during the last 3 months of pregnancy wasMaternal drinking during the last 3 months of pregnancy was significantly reduced between 1993 and 1998 in Washingtonsignificantly reduced between 1993 and 1998 in Washington State. (PRAMS data)State. (PRAMS data) 9393 9494 9595 9696 9797 9898 14.6% 7.8% 8.2% 8.3% 6.2% 3.9%14.6% 7.8% 8.2% 8.3% 6.2% 3.9% Of the children placed in foster care (King County specific)Of the children placed in foster care (King County specific) from 1993 to 1998, there was significant reduction in thefrom 1993 to 1998, there was significant reduction in the number of children being born and diagnosed with Fetal Alcoholnumber of children being born and diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.Syndrome. 93 94 95 96 97 9893 94 95 96 97 98 6.7% 4.8% 0% 0% 2.2% 0%6.7% 4.8% 0% 0% 2.2% 0% Source:Source: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention NetworkFetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention Network
    5. 5. DASA ServicesDASA Services PPW Residential Chemical Dependency programsPPW Residential Chemical Dependency programs 10 sites statewide, for a total of 148 beds.10 sites statewide, for a total of 148 beds. PPW Housing Support Services programsPPW Housing Support Services programs 9 sites statewide, for a total of 143 support9 sites statewide, for a total of 143 support services slots.services slots. Outpatient chemical dependency treatmentOutpatient chemical dependency treatment services, many specific to the needs of PPW, thatservices, many specific to the needs of PPW, that include on-site or off-site childcare.include on-site or off-site childcare. Crisis NurseriesCrisis Nurseries in Yakima and King Counties.in Yakima and King Counties.
    6. 6. PPW Residential Housing Support Services DASA Supported Crisis Nursery Parent–Child Assistance Program Safe Babies Safe Moms (TICM)PPW ServicesPPW Services October 2004 ® Whatcom Snohomish ® King ® Kitsap Pierce ® Yakima ® Grant Benton Franklin ® Spokane ® Spokane ®
    7. 7. PPW ResidentialPPW Residential Chemical dependency treatment services forChemical dependency treatment services for pregnant, postpartum, and parenting women.pregnant, postpartum, and parenting women. Addresses the issues specific to women in relation toAddresses the issues specific to women in relation to chemical dependency and their children.chemical dependency and their children. Service provision and length of stay is variable and isService provision and length of stay is variable and is determined by the needs of the woman.determined by the needs of the woman. Maximum length of stay is six months.Maximum length of stay is six months.
    8. 8. Therapeutic ChildcareTherapeutic Childcare Developmental assessmentDevelopmental assessment Play therapyPlay therapy Behavioral modificationBehavioral modification Individual counselingIndividual counseling Self esteem buildingSelf esteem building Family intervention to modify parentingFamily intervention to modify parenting behavior and/or the child’s environment tobehavior and/or the child’s environment to eliminate/prevent the child’s dysfunctionaleliminate/prevent the child’s dysfunctional behaviorbehavior Parent education and parenting planParent education and parenting plan
    9. 9. PPW Housing Support ServicesPPW Housing Support Services Up to 18 months of housing support services for women who areUp to 18 months of housing support services for women who are pregnant, postpartum or parenting and for their children whopregnant, postpartum or parenting and for their children who reside in drug and alcohol free residences.reside in drug and alcohol free residences. These services are classified as support services, rather thanThese services are classified as support services, rather than treatment services.treatment services. Eligibility:Eligibility:  PPW at the time they enter housing; andPPW at the time they enter housing; and  Currently in treatment for chemical dependency or have completedCurrently in treatment for chemical dependency or have completed treatment in the last 12 months; andtreatment in the last 12 months; and  At or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level at the time theyAt or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level at the time they enter housing; andenter housing; and  Are not actively involved in using alcohol or other drugsAre not actively involved in using alcohol or other drugs
    10. 10. Crisis NurseriesCrisis Nurseries Crisis nursery services to children of parentsCrisis nursery services to children of parents with chemical dependency issues.with chemical dependency issues. Care for children birth through six years ofCare for children birth through six years of age, while their parents participate inage, while their parents participate in chemical dependency services.chemical dependency services. Includes both day childcare and respite care.Includes both day childcare and respite care.
    11. 11. Other ServicesOther Services Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP)Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP) Safe Babies Safe Moms (SBSM)Safe Babies Safe Moms (SBSM) Parent TrustParent Trust FASDPNFASDPN Iceberg NewsletterIceberg Newsletter FAS*FRIFAS*FRI CUPCUP FASIAWGFASIAWG
    12. 12. Parent Child Assistance Program (Parent Child Assistance Program ( PCAPPCAP)) King, Pierce, Yakima, Cowlitz, Spokane, and GrantKing, Pierce, Yakima, Cowlitz, Spokane, and Grant CountiesCounties 90 slots at each site, for a total of 450 statewide90 slots at each site, for a total of 450 statewide (Spokane and Grant are considered one site)(Spokane and Grant are considered one site) For the highest risk women who abuse alcohol and/orFor the highest risk women who abuse alcohol and/or drugs during pregnancy.drugs during pregnancy. These women are not successful or effectivelyThese women are not successful or effectively engaged with community service providers.engaged with community service providers.
    13. 13. PCAP Services Include:PCAP Services Include: Paraprofessional advocacy services for up to theParaprofessional advocacy services for up to the target child’s third birthday.target child’s third birthday. Identification and prioritization of realistic goals,Identification and prioritization of realistic goals, steps to meet goals, and evaluation of progresssteps to meet goals, and evaluation of progress towards goals.towards goals. Referral to chemical dependency treatment,Referral to chemical dependency treatment, recovery, and follow-up, to include residential andrecovery, and follow-up, to include residential and outpatient treatment.outpatient treatment. Support for utilization of local resources.Support for utilization of local resources. Provision of funds for food, unmet health needs,Provision of funds for food, unmet health needs, other necessities, and incentives as needed.other necessities, and incentives as needed.
    14. 14. Safe Babies Safe MomsSafe Babies Safe Moms Snohomish, Benton-Franklin, and WhatcomSnohomish, Benton-Franklin, and Whatcom CountiesCounties 260 slots statewide260 slots statewide For the highest risk women who abuse alcoholFor the highest risk women who abuse alcohol and/or drugs during pregnancy.and/or drugs during pregnancy. Comprehensive program that includes:Comprehensive program that includes:  PPW Residential and Outpatient ChemicalPPW Residential and Outpatient Chemical Dependency TreatmentDependency Treatment  PPW Housing Support ServicesPPW Housing Support Services  Targeted Intensive Case Management (TICM) upTargeted Intensive Case Management (TICM) up to three years.to three years.
    15. 15. Targeted Intensive Case Management –Targeted Intensive Case Management – Safe Babies Safe MomsSafe Babies Safe Moms Intensive case management and behavior rehabilitativeIntensive case management and behavior rehabilitative services for pregnant and parenting alcohol and drugservices for pregnant and parenting alcohol and drug abusing women.abusing women. For women who have a history of multiple systemFor women who have a history of multiple system involvement and need services of longer duration andinvolvement and need services of longer duration and greater intensity than women enrolled in or served bygreater intensity than women enrolled in or served by other resources.other resources. Children of these women may suffer from developmentalChildren of these women may suffer from developmental disabilities and behavioral/emotional disorders thatdisabilities and behavioral/emotional disorders that prevent them from functioning normally in their home,prevent them from functioning normally in their home, communities, and other settings.communities, and other settings.
    16. 16. TICM Services Include:TICM Services Include: Milieu TherapyMilieu Therapy  Activities with children to normalize their psychosocialActivities with children to normalize their psychosocial development, promote safety, and stabilize theirdevelopment, promote safety, and stabilize their environment.environment. Crisis CounselingCrisis Counseling  Immediate short term intervention to assist theImmediate short term intervention to assist the mother/child in responding to the crisis and/or stabilizingmother/child in responding to the crisis and/or stabilizing the situation until problems can be addressed in regularlythe situation until problems can be addressed in regularly scheduled counseling or therapy sessions.scheduled counseling or therapy sessions. Regularly Scheduled Counseling and TherapyRegularly Scheduled Counseling and Therapy  Work on specific dysfunctions identified in a continuallyWork on specific dysfunctions identified in a continually updated formal service/treatment plan. Therapy may beupdated formal service/treatment plan. Therapy may be individual or group setting and directed toward the mother,individual or group setting and directed toward the mother, child, or family.child, or family.
    17. 17. Parent TrustParent Trust Family support groups for families recovering fromFamily support groups for families recovering from chemical dependency.chemical dependency. Using a family support philosophy and creatingUsing a family support philosophy and creating community networks with family support agencies incommunity networks with family support agencies in participating communities.participating communities. Develop and maintainDevelop and maintain Families in RecoveryFamilies in Recovery groups,groups, which provide family support and skills developmentwhich provide family support and skills development with specific focus on the parenting and family issueswith specific focus on the parenting and family issues of recovering families.of recovering families. Available in most of the PPW residential chemicalAvailable in most of the PPW residential chemical dependency treatment programs.dependency treatment programs.
    18. 18. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome DiagnosticFetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention Network (and Prevention Network (FASDPNFASDPN)) Community and Professional Training – University ofCommunity and Professional Training – University of WashingtonWashington Regional Network Site Training (Spokane, Yakima,Regional Network Site Training (Spokane, Yakima, Pullman, and Everett)Pullman, and Everett) Trainings include:Trainings include:  Fetal alcohol related diagnosis;Fetal alcohol related diagnosis;  The roles in providing complex intervention needs forThe roles in providing complex intervention needs for individuals diagnosed as fetal alcohol related;individuals diagnosed as fetal alcohol related;  How to identify birth mothers of children diagnosed withHow to identify birth mothers of children diagnosed with prenatal alcohol damage and assist them in avoidingprenatal alcohol damage and assist them in avoiding subsequent fetal alcohol exposed births by referral tosubsequent fetal alcohol exposed births by referral to existing alcohol treatment and/or family planning programs.existing alcohol treatment and/or family planning programs.
    19. 19. FASDPN Trainees Will Learn:FASDPN Trainees Will Learn: What FAS and alcohol related brain damage is and how it isWhat FAS and alcohol related brain damage is and how it is diagnosed.diagnosed. What services the FASDPN provides and how to utilize them.What services the FASDPN provides and how to utilize them. What each professional’s role is in the referral, diagnostic, andWhat each professional’s role is in the referral, diagnostic, and service provision process.service provision process. What information is needed to conduct a diagnostic evaluation.What information is needed to conduct a diagnostic evaluation. Who benefits from a diagnostic evaluation.Who benefits from a diagnostic evaluation. How to link birth mothers to community intervention services.How to link birth mothers to community intervention services.
    20. 20. Iceberg NewsletterIceberg Newsletter IcebergIceberg is a quarterly internationalis a quarterly international educational newsletter on FASD (Fetaleducational newsletter on FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) publishedAlcohol Spectrum Disorders) published by the Fetal Alcohol Syndromeby the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Information Services (FASIS), aInformation Services (FASIS), a parent/professional partnership.parent/professional partnership. ““Because the problems we readily see areBecause the problems we readily see are only the tip of the iceberg.”only the tip of the iceberg.”
    21. 21. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome FamilyFetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Resource Institute (Resource Institute (FAS*FRIFAS*FRI)) This service provides the citizens of theThis service provides the citizens of the State of Washington a service dedicated toState of Washington a service dedicated to improving the lives of children and familiesimproving the lives of children and families impacted by fetal alcohol exposure.impacted by fetal alcohol exposure. This service is provided from the viewpoint ofThis service is provided from the viewpoint of parents who have been directly affected byparents who have been directly affected by fetal alcohol exposure, whether they arefetal alcohol exposure, whether they are birth, adoptive, foster, grand, or stepbirth, adoptive, foster, grand, or step parents.parents.
    22. 22. FAS*FRI Activities Include:FAS*FRI Activities Include: TrainingTraining AdvocatesAdvocates Information and resourcesInformation and resources  1-800-999-34291-800-999-3429 Newsletter publisher (quarterly)Newsletter publisher (quarterly)  FAS TimesFAS Times Assists with FASD conference planningAssists with FASD conference planning
    23. 23. Chemical Using Pregnant (CUP)Chemical Using Pregnant (CUP) DetoxificationDetoxification DSHS funded inpatient hospital program for acuteDSHS funded inpatient hospital program for acute detoxification and medical stabilization of pregnantdetoxification and medical stabilization of pregnant chemically dependent women and their fetus.chemically dependent women and their fetus. Provides both medical and drug/alcohol treatmentProvides both medical and drug/alcohol treatment services at pre-approved hospitals statewide.services at pre-approved hospitals statewide. Available at:Available at:  Grays Harbor Community Hospital/AberdeenGrays Harbor Community Hospital/Aberdeen  Swedish Medical Center/BallardSwedish Medical Center/Ballard  Providence Medical Center/EverettProvidence Medical Center/Everett  Valley General Hospital/MonroeValley General Hospital/Monroe  St. Peter Hospital/LaceySt. Peter Hospital/Lacey
    24. 24. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome InteragencyFetal Alcohol Syndrome Interagency Workgroup (FASIAWG)Workgroup (FASIAWG) Established by the Legislature in 1995Established by the Legislature in 1995 Legislatively mandated state agencies that attend:Legislatively mandated state agencies that attend:  DSHS (DASA, CA, MA, JRA, DDD, MHD)DSHS (DASA, CA, MA, JRA, DDD, MHD)  DOCDOC  OSPIOSPI  DOHDOH The state agencies listed above executed an interagencyThe state agencies listed above executed an interagency agreement to ensure the coordination of identification,agreement to ensure the coordination of identification, prevention, and intervention programs for children who haveprevention, and intervention programs for children who have fetal alcohol exposure, and for women who are at high risk offetal alcohol exposure, and for women who are at high risk of having children with fetal alcohol exposure.having children with fetal alcohol exposure. A process for community advocacy groups to participate in theA process for community advocacy groups to participate in the review and development of identification, prevention, andreview and development of identification, prevention, and intervention programs administered or contracted for by theintervention programs administered or contracted for by the agencies executing the agreement.agencies executing the agreement.
    25. 25. How to Access ServicesHow to Access Services Direct admission into PPW ResidentialDirect admission into PPW Residential or CUP sitesor CUP sites Can access through an ADATSACan access through an ADATSA Assessment EntityAssessment Entity PPW Resource GuidePPW Resource Guide 24 Hour Alcohol/Drug Helpline24 Hour Alcohol/Drug Helpline  1-800-562-12401-800-562-1240
    26. 26. Additional InformationAdditional Information Sue GreenSue Green Women/Special Services LeadWomen/Special Services Lead Division of Alcohol and Substance AbuseDivision of Alcohol and Substance Abuse 360-725-3732360-725-3732 greensr@dshs.wa.govgreensr@dshs.wa.gov
    27. 27. WebsitesWebsites DASADASA http://www1.dshs.wa.gov/DASA/http://www1.dshs.wa.gov/DASA/ DASA GreenbookDASA Greenbook http://www1.dshs.wa.gov/DASA/services/certification/GB.shtmlhttp://www1.dshs.wa.gov/DASA/services/certification/GB.shtml (directory of all DASA certified programs statewide)(directory of all DASA certified programs statewide) FASDPNFASDPN http://depts.washington.edu/fasdpn/http://depts.washington.edu/fasdpn/ FASD Center for ExcellenceFASD Center for Excellence http://www.fascenter.samhsa.gov/http://www.fascenter.samhsa.gov/ FAS*FRIFAS*FRI http://www.fetalalcoholsyndrome.org/http://www.fetalalcoholsyndrome.org/ Iceberg Newsletter/FASISIceberg Newsletter/FASIS http://www.fasiceberg.org/http://www.fasiceberg.org/ Parent TrustParent Trust http://www.parenttrust.org/http://www.parenttrust.org/ PCAPPCAP http://depts.washington.edu/fadu/http://depts.washington.edu/fadu/ Washington State Alcohol/Drug ClearinghouseWashington State Alcohol/Drug Clearinghouse http://clearinghouse.adhl.orghttp://clearinghouse.adhl.org Washington State Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersWashington State Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders http://www.fasdwa.orghttp://www.fasdwa.org (includes FASIAWG)(includes FASIAWG)
    28. 28. PPW Residential ProvidersPPW Residential Providers Evergreen ManorEvergreen Manor – Unit 1 (Everett)– Unit 1 (Everett) Contact: Linda GrantContact: Linda Grant (425) 258-2407(425) 258-2407 lgrant@evergreenmanor.orglgrant@evergreenmanor.org Triumph Treatment ServicesTriumph Treatment Services: Casita del Rio (Kennewick): Casita del Rio (Kennewick) Contact: Beth DannhardtContact: Beth Dannhardt (509) 248-1800(509) 248-1800 bdannhardt@triumphtx.orgbdannhardt@triumphtx.org Evergreen ManorEvergreen Manor – Unit 2 (Everett)– Unit 2 (Everett) Contact: Linda GrantContact: Linda Grant (425) 258-2407(425) 258-2407 lgrant@evergreenmanor.orglgrant@evergreenmanor.org Triumph Treatment Services: Riel House (Yakima)Triumph Treatment Services: Riel House (Yakima) Contact: Beth DannhardtContact: Beth Dannhardt (509) 248-1800(509) 248-1800 bdannhardt@triumphtx.orgbdannhardt@triumphtx.org Perinatal Treatment ServicesPerinatal Treatment Services (Tacoma)(Tacoma) Contact: Vicky StarkContact: Vicky Stark (253) 471-2782(253) 471-2782 vickis@ptswa.orgvickis@ptswa.org Perinatal Treatment ServicesPerinatal Treatment Services (Seattle)(Seattle) Contact: Kay SeimContact: Kay Seim (206) 223-1300(206) 223-1300 kays@ptswa.orgkays@ptswa.org Genesis House (Seattle)Genesis House (Seattle) Contact: Jeff BottContact: Jeff Bott (206) 328-0881(206) 328-0881 jbott@genesishouse.comjbott@genesishouse.com Drug Abuse Prevention Center (Longview)Drug Abuse Prevention Center (Longview) Contact: Gus NolteContact: Gus Nolte Sundown M RanchSundown M Ranch (Selah)(Selah) Contact: Scott MunsonContact: Scott Munson (509) 457-0990(509) 457-0990 smunson@sundown.orgsmunson@sundown.org New Horizon Care Centers: Isabella House (Spokane)New Horizon Care Centers: Isabella House (Spokane) Contact: Fariba NikdelContact: Fariba Nikdel (509) 624-1244(509) 624-1244 Fariba@newhorizoncarecenters.orgFariba@newhorizoncarecenters.org
    29. 29. PPW Housing Support Services ProvidersPPW Housing Support Services Providers Evergreen ManorEvergreen Manor (Everett)(Everett) Contact: Linda GrantContact: Linda Grant (425) 258-2407(425) 258-2407 lgrant@evergreenmanor.orglgrant@evergreenmanor.org Triumph Treatment Services: Casita del Rio (Kennewick)Triumph Treatment Services: Casita del Rio (Kennewick) Contact: Beth DannhardtContact: Beth Dannhardt (509) 248-1800(509) 248-1800 bdannhardt@triumphtx.orgbdannhardt@triumphtx.org Agape (Bremerton)Agape (Bremerton) Contact: Robin Lund-KolpContact: Robin Lund-Kolp (360) 373-1529(360) 373-1529 agapehousing1@netzero.netagapehousing1@netzero.net Triumph Treatment Services: Sage House (Yakima)Triumph Treatment Services: Sage House (Yakima) Contact: Beth DannhardtContact: Beth Dannhardt (509) 248-1800(509) 248-1800 bdannhardt@triumphtx.orgbdannhardt@triumphtx.org New Horizon Care Centers (Spokane)New Horizon Care Centers (Spokane) Contact: Fariba NikdelContact: Fariba Nikdel (509) 624-1244(509) 624-1244 Fariba@newhorizoncarecenters.orgFariba@newhorizoncarecenters.org Triumph Treatment Services: Parkway Place (Yakima)Triumph Treatment Services: Parkway Place (Yakima) Contact: Beth DannhardtContact: Beth Dannhardt (509) 248-1800(509) 248-1800 bdannhardt@triumphtx.orgbdannhardt@triumphtx.org Recovery Centers of King County (Seattle)Recovery Centers of King County (Seattle) Contact: Darlene BattlesContact: Darlene Battles (206) 568-8231(206) 568-8231 Catholic Community Services (Everett)Catholic Community Services (Everett) Contact: Marcia GlendenningContact: Marcia Glendenning (425) 258-5277(425) 258-5277 marciag@ccsww.orgmarciag@ccsww.org Action Associations: Another Chance for WomenAction Associations: Another Chance for Women (Tacoma)(Tacoma) Contact: Tommie CebrunContact: Tommie Cebrun (253) 572-8170(253) 572-8170 tcebrun@aol.comtcebrun@aol.com Drug Abuse Prevention Center (Longview)Drug Abuse Prevention Center (Longview) Contact: Gus NolteContact: Gus Nolte
    30. 30. CUP ProvidersCUP Providers Grays Harbor Community Hospital/Eastcenter Recovery Alcohol andGrays Harbor Community Hospital/Eastcenter Recovery Alcohol and Drug UnitDrug Unit (360) 533-8500(360) 533-8500 Swedish Medical Center/Ballard Community Hospital AddictionSwedish Medical Center/Ballard Community Hospital Addiction Recovery ServicesRecovery Services (206) 781-6350(206) 781-6350 Providence General Medical Center/Providence Recovery Program -Providence General Medical Center/Providence Recovery Program - Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services (425) 258-7390(425) 258-7390 Valley General Hospital/Behavioral Health ServicesValley General Hospital/Behavioral Health Services (360) 794-1405(360) 794-1405 St. Peter Hospital/St. Peter Chemical Dependency CenterSt. Peter Hospital/St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center (360) 456-7575(360) 456-7575
    31. 31. AcronymsAcronyms ADATSAADATSA Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment and Support ActAlcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment and Support Act CACA Children’s AdministrationChildren’s Administration CUPCUP Chemical Using PregnantChemical Using Pregnant DASADASA Division of Alcohol and Substance AbuseDivision of Alcohol and Substance Abuse DDDDDD Division of Developmental DisabilitiesDivision of Developmental Disabilities DOCDOC Department of CorrectionsDepartment of Corrections DOHDOH Department of HealthDepartment of Health DSHSDSHS Department of Social and Health ServicesDepartment of Social and Health Services FAEFAE Fetal Alcohol EffectFetal Alcohol Effect FASFAS Fetal Alcohol SyndromeFetal Alcohol Syndrome FASDFASD Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersFetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders FASDPNFASDPN Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention NetworkFetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention Network FAS*FRIFAS*FRI Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Resource InstituteFetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Resource Institute FASIAWGFASIAWG Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Interagency WorkgroupFetal Alcohol Syndrome Interagency Workgroup FASISFASIS Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Information ServicesFetal Alcohol Syndrome Information Services JRAJRA Juvenile Rehabilitation AdministrationJuvenile Rehabilitation Administration MAMA Medical AssistanceMedical Assistance MHDMHD Mental Health DivisionMental Health Division OSPIOSPI Office of the Superintendent of Public InstructionOffice of the Superintendent of Public Instruction PCAPPCAP Parent Child Assistance ProgramParent Child Assistance Program PPWPPW Pregnant and Parenting WomenPregnant and Parenting Women SBSMSBSM Safe Babies Safe MomsSafe Babies Safe Moms TICMTICM Targeted Intensive Case ManagementTargeted Intensive Case Management

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