0300 666 0006 (option 2)

To speak to one of our advisors, call our Advice Line  - open Tuesday to Friday, 10am – 2.30pm or email us at [email protected]

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FASD Hub Scotland provide a support service for parents/carers (adoptive and biological parents, foster carers, kinship carers and step parents) across Scotland who live with children, young people and young adults who have a history of prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE), with or without an FASD diagnosis. 

The service extends to provide a point of reference and training for professionals who work with and support these families (social work, education and other third sector organisations/charities) within Scotland.

The support model enables information, advice, support, training, resources, and signposting to be provided through a variety of direct and indirect contact points.  This enables families and professionals to engage at the point that best suits their needs.  Through our social media and website, we can engage with people living outside Scotland.

We were launched officially in June 2019. The service is hosted and managed by Adoption UK in Scotland, with all staff employed by Adoption UK, and funded by the Scottish Government.

Our Service Model

All team members of the FASD Hub Scotland team have either lived experience of parenting a child with FASD/PAE or a professional background relevant to the experiences and knowledge needed to support families.  

Meet the FASD Hub Team

To speak to one of our dedicated FASD Advisors call the Advice Line on 0300 666 0006 - select option 2 for FASD Hub Scotland, open Tuesday to Friday, 10am-2.30pm.

Email: [email protected]

FASD Hub Scotland team work in partnership with the Fetal Alcohol Advisory, Support & Training Team (FAAST) Team which is funded by Scottish Government with a national remit to provide and facilitate training, consultation and research in order to enhance the capacity, knowledge and confidence of Scotland’s health and social care workforce in their work with those affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).  Visit their website and find out more about their work and FASD.