Sponsor the Canada FASD Conference

This national conference is an unparalleled opportunity to bring together researchers, front line service providers, policy makers, healthcare professionals, knowledge brokers, caregivers, and individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).

FASD is Canada’s leading known cause of neurodevelopmental disability. Its complexity requires interdisciplinary connection, as FASD intersects with fields like justice, education, social services, health care, psychology, homelessness, substance use, mental wellness, child welfare, and more. This event will bring together researchers, professionals, and those with living experience in these areas. Email kathy.unsworth@canfasd.ca to sponsor this event. Sponsorship opportunities can be found in the package below.

Conference Sponsors

Plenary Session Sponsors

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Delegate Lanyard Sponsor

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Breakout Session Sponsor


Lounge Sponsor

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Comfort Room Sponsor

FASD Network of Saskatchewan

General Sponsor

University of Saskatchewan

Mocktail Networking Co-Sponsor


Canada FASD Research Network

Canada’s only national research network focused on addressing the complexities of FASD.

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Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health

The CEWH is a virtual research and knowledge exchange centre, collaborating with researchers, service providers, policy makers and community-based advocates, focused on improving girls’ and women’s health.

FASD Network of Saskatchewan

FASD Network of Saskatchewan

The FASD Network is a community-based, provincial organization. The Network provides services to individuals and families with FASD through support, training, and events.


FASD Ontario Network of Expertise

FASD ONE is a group of experts that work together to address issues related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in the province.


Lakeland Centre for FASD

The Lakeland Centre for FASD provides supports from prebirth to death. Through Prevention, Diagnosis, and Intervention services, we support FASD across the life span.

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Kids Brain Health Network

KBHN bridges the gap between science and families, connecting Canada’s leading researchers with children who can benefit most from their work.

Northern Alcohol Strategy

The Northern Alcohol Strategy (NAS) empowers and inspires communities to have important conversations about the unhealthy uses of alcohol. The NAS promotes community collaboration while using evidence and healing-centred approaches in order to reduce alcohol-related harms.

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Odin Books

ODIN BOOKS is an independently owned, specialty bookstore based in Vancouver BC. We have curated an amazing selection of evidence based mental health, special needs and educational resources for communities, organizations, schools, and individuals.
Rural FASD

Rural FASD Network

Our purpose is to connect caregivers and individuals impacted by FASD with appropriate local supports and resources utilizing the lived experiences and expertise of peers, families, and professionals.

Saskatchewan Advocate for Children & Youth

Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth

The Advocate for Children and Youth is an Independent Officer of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, advocating for the rights, interests, and well-being of Saskatchewan’s children and youth.

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Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation

SHRF is the provincial agency that funds, supports and promotes the impact of health research that matters to Saskatchewan.

University of Toronto Press

University of Toronto Press (UTP) is one of the largest university presses in North America, publishing cutting-edge research and exceptional scholarship since 1901.

2nd Floor Women's Recovery Centre

2nd Floor Women’s Recovery Centre

A long-term, live-in program to supporting women with problematic substance use. Priority is given to women who are pregnant but you do not have to be pregnant to attend the 2nd Floor. We work to create Individual Recovery Plan for each woman, taking account each of their unique circumstances, followed by an aftercare plan that builds a support network to assist her in her recovery journey.