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Resumen de Investigaciones sobre el EDAF

Sistemas Etales

California

Coordinador estatal de EDAF (Miembro de NAFSC)

Tara Torrant
Supervisor
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
Office of Women and Perinatal Services
1700 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95811-4037
Teléfono: 916-322-0495
Fax: 916-324-4886
Correo electrónico: tara.torrant@adp.ca.gov

Grupo de trabajo estatal de EDAF

Grupo de Trabajo sobre el Espectro de los Trastornos Relacionados con el Alcoholismo Fetal de California
www.cafasdtaskforce.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Recursos estatales sobre SAF/ EDAF:

Centro de Capacitación Regional Occidental para los EDAF
Semel Institute
760 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles CA 90095
Sitio web: www.semel.ucla.edu/fas Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Asociación de los Centros de Empoderamiento para la Familia de California
Sitio web: www.cafec.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

The Arc of California
1225 8th Street, Suite 350
Sacramento, CA 95815
Director Ejecutivo: Tony Anderson
Correo electrónico: tony@thearcca.org
Presidente: Mr. Dwight W. Stratton
Teléfono: 916-552-6619
Sitio web: www.thearcca.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Centros Regionales de Entrenamiento de EDAF del CDC – (RTCs por su sigla en Inglés)

**Western FASD Regional Training Center
University of California, Los Angeles
Margaret Stuber, MD
Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
University of California, Los Angeles
760 Westwood Plaza, Room 48-240
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Teléfono: 310-825-5213
Correo electrónico: mstuber@mednet.ucla.edu
Sitio web: www.semel.ucla.edu/fas/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic
(** RTC anteriormente financiado)

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

AB540 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2011

This bill would establish the Medi-Cal Alcohol and Drug Screening and Brief Intervention Services Program, under which the department, in consultation with the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, would be required to provide reimbursement under the Medi-Cal program for alcohol and drug screening and brief intervention services provided to Medi-Cal beneficiaries who are pregnant women or women of childbearing age, as specified.

9/12/12: Enrolled and presented to the Governor for signature into law.

AB760 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2011

This bill would rename the act as the California Full-Service Community Schools Act, recast several of the provisions of the act, and make technical and conforming changes. SEC. 2. Section 8800 of the Education Code is amended to read: 8800. This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Healthy Start Support Services for Children California Full-Service Community Schools Act. 1) Each year, between 59,000 and 72,000 children are born exposed to drugs or alcohol.

2/1/12: Died pursuant to Art. IV, Sec. 10(c) of the Constitution.

SB486 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2011

Would eliminate those percentages for allocations to various accounts and would, instead, provide that those funds, with specified exceptions, be transferred to the General Fund for appropriation by the Legislature for the Healthy Families Program and the Medi-Cal program.

Section 130125 of the Health and Safety Code is repealed: (A) Parental education and support services in all areas required for, and relevant to, informed and healthy parenting. Examples of parental education shall include, but are not limited to, prenatal and postnatal infant and maternal nutrition, education and training in newborn and infant care and nurturing for optimal early childhood development, parenting and other necessary skills, child abuse prevention, and avoidance of tobacco, drugs, and alcohol during pregnancy.

This section is repealed: A) Six percent shall be deposited in a Mass Media Communications Account for expenditures for communications to the general public utilizing television, radio, newspapers, and other mass media on subjects relating to and furthering the goals and purposes of this act, including, but not limited to, methods of nurturing and parenting that encourage proper childhood development, the informed selection of child care, information regarding health and social services, the prevention and cessation of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use by pregnant women, the detrimental effects of secondhand smoke on early childhood development, and to ensure that children are ready to enter school.

1/31/12: Returned to Secretary of Senate pursuant to Joint Rule 56.

AB1422 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

SECTION 1. Section 130105 of the Health and Safety Code allows six percent of the funds to be deposited in a Mass Media Communications Account for expenditures for communications to the general public including the prevention and cessation of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use by pregnant women.

7/9/12: Approved by the Governor (not signed into law) and chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 74, Statutes of 2012.

AB1019 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

This bill would require wholesalers located within the State that distribute alcoholic beverages to retailers for consumption in the state, to pay a $0.10 per drink surcharge, based upon a specified formula, and would require the State Board of Equalization to administer and collect this surcharge and use these moneys to fund prevention, treatment, screening, and care regarding the health needs of infants, children, and women due to perinatal alcohol and other drug use.

1/31/10: Died pursuant to Art. IV, Sec. 10(c) of the Constitution.

SBX3 25 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

An act to amend and repeal Section 130105 of, the Health and Safety Code... Repeal section (A) Six percent shall be deposited in a Mass Media Communications Account for expenditures for communications to the general public utilizing television, radio, newspapers, and other mass media on subjects relating to and furthering the goals and purposes of this act, including, but not limited to, methods of nurturing and parenting that encourage proper childhood development, the informed selection of child care, information regarding health and social services, the prevention and cessation of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use by pregnant women...

10/26/09: From committee without further action.

SBX3 16 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

SBX4 2 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2008

These bills repeal sections of the California code that previously allowed for the allocation of funds towards parental education in several different areas, including the avoidance of alcohol during pregnancy.

SBX3 16: 10/1/08 – From committee without further action.

SBX4 2: 11/30/08 – From committee without further action.

AB2129 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2008

This bill would require the department, in collaboration with the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, no later than January 1, 2010, to develop, coordinate, and oversee the implementation of a model program for the universal screening, assessment, referral, and treatment of pregnant women and women of childbearing age who are suffering from drug and alcohol abuse. The bill would also require the State Department of Public Health, in collaboration with the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, to identify, and provide assistance to, counties in the state that may elect to participate in the program, and to facilitate the implementation of model strategies for the screening and treatment of substance abuse problems in women of childbearing age in those counties.

11/30/08: From committee without further action.

AB 962 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2007

Section 1. (a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:... (2) The need for speech-language pathology services is increasing with...increasing numbers of babies with fetal alcohol syndrome,... (b) Therefore, it is the intent of the Legislature to explore the development of additional community college speech-language pathology assistant training programs, and to require the Superintendent of Public Instruction to distribute information to school districts and county offices of education to encourage the appropriate utilization of licensed speech-language pathology assistants under the supervision of qualified professionals.

10/14/07: Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 688, Statutes of 2007.