Drymester 40 week campaign
FASD (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) is a neurological condition that affects people throughout their life. The condition is entirely preventable. No amount of alcohol at any stage of pregnancy is safe for the baby.
People with FASD often fall though the gaps in services, particularly during transitions, and are vulnerable to homelessness and entry into the criminal justice system.
The SCSP Drymester Campaign
- runs for 40 weeks from 1st January to 8th October 2022
- is aimed at everyone - especially women and people of childbearing age, their partners, children, friends, and family
- to increase public awareness around the harm that can be caused by drinking alcohol during pregnancy and reduce the number of alcohol exposed pregnancies and new cases of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Sheffield
NO SAFE TIME, NO SAFE AMOUNT
GO ALCOHOL FREE - NO RISK OF FASD
Use the Drymester SCSP campaign materials (posters, banners, videos, and booklets) to raise public awareness about the harm that can be caused by drinking alcohol during pregnancy