Children with confirmed prenatal exposure to alcohol can get a full evaluation at our FASD (fetal alcohol spectrum disorders) diagnostic clinic. We utilize the FASD 4-Digit diagnostic code™ established by the FASD Diagnostic & Prevention Network (FAS DPN) in partnership with the University of Washington.
Two children per month are evaluated at Hope RISING Clinic by our interdisciplinary team of clinicians, including pediatrician, occupational therapist, speech therapist, psychologist, social worker, and family advocate. Learn more about our FASD evaluation team!
If you are caring for a child prenatally exposed to alcohol and are interested in having them evaluated for FASD, contact us to request an appointment. Our intake coordinator will reach out to you within two business days and set up a meeting to discuss your concerns.
After the intake process has been completed and records have been received and reviewed, we will call you to schedule an FASD evaluation for your child. Since the clinic is conducted only once a month, there may be a waitlist for the schedule. However, you can explore enrollment in therapy services while waiting for your child’s FASD evaluation appointment.
When enrolled in our therapy program, a personalized plan of service for your child and family’s unique needs will be developed. Our team of highly specialized clinicians provide occupational, speech and language, and mental/behavioral health therapies, in addition to resources and supports for the entire family. These services are available until your child turns 13 years old.
What do these services cost?
Hope RISING Clinic provides services to all families regardless of the income, insurance, or ability to pay.
We bill private and public insurance for services. Parents/caregivers are responsible for applicable deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurance; however, financial assistance is available from our uncompensated care fund. Contact us for more information.