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Contacto estatal de EDAF

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Recursos estatales sobre SAF/EDAF:

Programa de Nutrición para Participantes Mujeres, Infantes, y Niños de Misuri (WIC por su sigla en Inglés) Alcohol y su Bebé
Esta sesión de educación vía Web proporciona información a las madres embarazadas sobre los efectos del alcohol en el feto.
Sitio web: health.mo.gov/living/families/wic/wicfamilies/education/alcoholandyourbaby.php Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Arca de San Luis

El Arca de San Luis, una organización sin fines de lucro, ofrece apoyo y servicios para adultos y niños con discapacidades de desarrollo e intelectual.
Sitio web: slarc.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

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

Los afiliados del Centro de Capacitación sobre el EDAF de la Región del Medio Oeste incluyen —

  • Universidad de San Luis
  • Universidad de Arkansas para Ciencia Medica
  • Centro de Ciencias de Salud de la Universidad de Oklahoma
  • Fundación de Enfermeras para Recién Nacidos

Sitio web: mrfastc.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Contacto: Leigh Tenkku, Ph.D., M.P.H.
St. Louis University School of Medicine
Department of Family and Community Medicine
1402 South Grand Avenue
Donco Building, 2nd Floor
St. Louis, MO 63104-1087
Teléfono: 314-977-8481
Correo electrónico: tenkku@slu.edu

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

HB46 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

HB434 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Treatment

2009

This bill states that an abortion may not be performed or induced without a woman’s voluntary and informed consent, which is given freely and without coercion. Consent to an abortion is voluntary and informed and given freely and without coercion, if and only if, at least 24 hours prior to the abortion the physician who is to perform or induce the abortion, or a qualified professional has presented to the woman in person printed materials provided by the department that explain alternatives to abortion. The materials shall explain the alternatives to abortion and shall also include information on programs and services available to pregnant women, including drug and alcohol testing and treatment.

HB46: Senate requests House take up and pass

HB434: This bill is replaced with a substitute bill, HB46

HB10 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

This bill allocates $1,949,512 from the General Revenue Fund for funding alternatives to abortion services for women at or below 200 percent of Federal Poverty Level, consisting of services or counseling offered to a pregnant woman and continuing for one year thereafter, to assist her in carrying her unborn child to term instead of having an abortion, and to assist her in caring for her dependent child or placing her child for adoption, including, but not limited to the following:....drug and alcohol testing and treatment.

Vetoed in Part by Governor 06/25/2009

HB999 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2009

Changes the laws regarding sexual education, abortions, and pregnancy prevention ... 1. Subject to appropriation, the department of health and senior services shall implement a women's health services program by July 1, 2010. Initial funding for the program shall be in the amount of five million dollars. Such program shall have the goal of reducing the number of unintended pregnancies in Missouri by providing women's health services through qualified health providers, as determined by the department. 2. For purposes of this section, women's health services shall include, but not be limited to:...(6) Patient education and pre-pregnancy counseling on the dangers of smoking, alcohol, and drug use during pregnancy;...

Referred to Special Standing Committee on Children & Families 05/15/2009

SB529 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Criminalization

2009

568.060. 1. A person commits the crime of abuse of a child if such person:... (3) Knowing that she is pregnant and willfully with the knowledge of the danger to her unborn child, chronically and severely exposes an unborn child at twenty-eight weeks of gestational age or more to alcohol or a controlled substance, as defined in section 195.010, RSMo, during pregnancy and such child, at birth, is demonstrably adversely affected by such exposure...

Second Reading and Referred to Senate General Laws Committee 03/03/2009

HB212 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2009

This bill creates the Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems and Underage Drinking to be administered by the State Treasurer. The fund will receive moneys through appropriations from taxes and fees for selling intoxicating liquor and from private donations. Half of the moneys in the fund will be used

for prevention and alcohol-related traffic safety and half for treatment and recovery support of alcohol-related problems. Alcohol-related problems are specified, as well as services and programs. The fund will be implemented over a three-year period.1. As used in this section the term "alcohol-related problems" includes but is not limited to: (1) Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and fetal alcohol effects and consequences for neonatal care, disabilities, and human development; ...

Referred to Health Care Policy 05/15/2009

HB1408 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2008

Section A. Chapter 311, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be known as section 311.551, to read as follows: 311.551. 1. As used in this section the term "alcohol-related problems" includes but is not limited to: (1) Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and fetal alcohol effects and consequences for neonatal care, disabilities, and human development;... 2. There is hereby created in the state treasury a special trust fund, to be known as the "Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems and Underage Drinking" which shall consist of money appropriated by the general assembly, any private donations made in the form of gifts, donations, bequests or grants, and tax revenues received under this chapter and chapter 312, RSMo, from the sale of alcohol as specified in subsection 7 of this section.

Motion to Do Pass Failed in House Committee on Health Care Policy 04/29/2008

SB766 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Criminalization

2008

A person commits child abuse when knowing that she is pregnant, chronically and severely exposes an unborn child to alcohol or a controlled substance during pregnancy and such child, at birth, is demonstrably adversely affected by such exposure. Child abuse is a Class C felony...If a person pleads guilty to or is found guilty of such offenses, the court shall order a juvenile officer to take the child into protective custody immediately or as soon as reasonably possible after the birth of the child if such child is unborn at the time of the plea or finding of guilt.

Last action—hearing by Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee 01/15/2008

SB676 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Criminalization

2007

A person commits child abuse when knowing that she is pregnant, chronically and severely exposes an unborn child to alcohol or a controlled substance during pregnancy and such child, at birth, is demonstrably adversely affected by such exposure. Child abuse is a class C felony.

Referred to Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee 03/05/2007

HB1162 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2006

Section A. Chapter 311, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be known as section 311.551, to read as follows: 311.551. 1. As used in this section and section 311.552, the term "alcohol-related problems" includes but is not limited to: (1) Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effects and consequences for neonatal care, disabilities, and human development; ... 2. There is hereby created in the state treasury a special trust fund, to be known as the "Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems and Underage Drinking." The state treasurer shall credit to and deposit in the fund for reduction of alcohol-related problems and underage drinking all amounts received pursuant to this section and section 311.552.

Passed by House Rules Committee 03/28/2006

HB184 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2005

Creates the Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems and Underage Drinking to be administered by the State Treasurer.

Referred to Ways and Means 04/11/2005

HB901 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2004

Creates the Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems.

Last action—public hearing 04/06/2004