These various resources will answer your questions and meet your different needs.
Provincial Directory of Addiction Resources, produced by the Ministry of Health and Social Services
Public resources that offer treatment services as well as certified or soon-to-be certified private or community residential addiction resources.
Le Rond-Point offers health and psychosocial services in one place for pregnant women, young children aged 0-5 and their parents whose problematic drug or alcohol consumption is part of their reality.
Le Rond-Point is located in Montréal.
Portage’s Mother and Child Program is a residential drug addiction rehabilitation program for pregnant women and mothers with young children. It is located in Montréal.
Requests for assistance: 514 527-2626 or 1 800 265-2626
Drugs: help and referral offers support, information and referrals to people affected by the consumption of drugs, alcohol and medication as well as to their loved ones.
Created jointly by the Quebec Association of Addiction Intervention Centers and by Drogue, Aide et Référence, this website is a tool to facilitate access to the services offered and to the contact details of the various prevention, treatment and reduction centres. misdeeds. Resources throughout Quebec.
The majority of people are unaware of FASD and even less of its effects on the unborn child. Simply talking about alcohol consumption during pregnancy is unfortunately still taboo in Quebec. Very few data are available to understand this major public health issue.
Discover concrete tools to better support future mothers in pregnancy monitoring by addressing the issue of alcohol consumption during pregnancy with empathy.
There are many flavoured water recipes that use fruits, vegetables or herbs. Visit the Home section of the Soif de santé website for more ideas!
Simply drinking a big glass of fresh or sparkling water can be soothing too!
During pregnancy, consuming more than 300 mg of caffeine per day is not recommended. This means drinking no more than two cups of coffee. There is also caffeine in tea, iced coffee, iced tea and some soft drinks.
The following herbal teas are usually harmless if consumed in moderation (no more than two to three cups per day). Use the peel of oranges or other citrus fruits, ginger and wild rose.
Avoid drinking the same herbal tea every day by alternating your choices. Another option is lemon juice or slices of ginger in hot water.
The more our society is aware of the impacts of alcohol use during pregnancy and FASD, the easier it will be to support expectant mothers in abstaining from alcohol during this stage of their lives as well as support people with FASD and their families.
Contribute to this movement by sharing information with your friends and family!