Hope RISING Clinic is the only clinic in our region offering comprehensive services for children with prenatal substance exposure. Our goal is to reach every child and family in need.
Prenatal substance exposure affects four times as many children as autism spectrum disorder, yet resources and services to support this growing population are severely limited. As a division of Wonderland Child & Family Services, Hope RISING Clinic is changing the way our community addresses this silent epidemic.
children in the U.S. are born with prenatal substance exposure
prenatal exposure to alcohol is #1 cause of intellectual disability
of children with FASD experience trouble with the law by age 13
students in Washington schools are estimated to have FASD
Prenatal Substance Exposure (PSE)
While a major cause of developmental disabilities, treatment for prenatal substance exposure remains widely unaddressed and underfunded due largely to stigma and shame. Hope RISING Clinic provides a safe, healing, and judgement free environment for families. Hope RISING Clinic staff are uniquely trained to provide trauma-informed, specialized services for kids with PSE to optimize their prospects for a healthy and productive life.
Meet Hope RISING Clinic clients Lauren and Preston
Lauren learned she was pregnant while incarcerated and in recovery from substance use disorder. Hope RISING Clinic providers work with Lauren and Preston to understand his prenatal substance exposure (PSE) and manage the challenges that come with it.
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“I would not have made it through the pandemic without Hope RISING Clinic. The therapists not only see what I see, they understand what’s causing the disability.” – Hope RISING Clinic parent
FASD Awareness & Action
FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) is the leading preventable cause of birth defects and developmental and learning disability worldwide, but there is little awareness about the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure and FASD remains an “invisible disability.” Together, we can change that.
Parenting in Recovery Support Group
Join mental health therapist, Jessi Crowley, for a weekly support group, specifically for parents in recovery. Participants should identify as being in recovery from alcohol or drug use and should be invested in exploring how this aspect of themselves relates to parenting.