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Utah

FASD State Contacts

Pat B. Smith
Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist
Weber Human Services/Utah Fetal Alcohol Coalition
237 26th Street
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-625-3792
Fax: 801-778-6827
E-mail: pats@weberhs.org

Lynn S. Tanner
Davis Behavioral Health
934 South Main Street
Layton, UT 84040
Phone: 801-776-0054
Fax: 801-774-6100
E-mail: lynnt@dbhutah.org

FASD State Task Force

Utah Fetal Alcohol Coalition Prevention Team
Contact: Al Romeo
Phone: 801-584-8535
E-mail: alromeo@utah.gov
Web site: www.utahfetalalcohol.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

FASD State Resources

FASD Parent Support Group

Location: Layton, Utah. Contact: Lynn Tanner
Phone: 801-776-0054
E-mail: lynnt@dbhutah.org

FASD Trainers

Lynn Tanner
Phone: 801-776-0054
E-mail: lynnt@dbhutah.org

Pat Smith
Phone: 801-625-3792
E-mail: pats@weberhs.org

Diagnosis of FAS

Division of Medical Genetics
The University of Utah
50 North Medical Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Phone: 801-585-1861
Alternate phone: 801-581-8943
Web site: medicine.utah.edu/pediatrics/genetics/index.php Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Neuropsychological Assessment

Mary K. Hales, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
1060 East 100 Street, Suite L1
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Phone: 801-359-6069
E-mail: mary.hales@neurodynamics.biz

Developmental Disability Services

Neurobehavior H.O.M.E. Program
The University of Utah
650 Komas Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-581-5515
Web site: healthcare.utah.edu/home/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

The Neurobehavior H.O.M.E. Program is a coordinated health care model and center of excellence for meeting the medical and mental health needs of people with developmental disabilities.

Resources for Families

Allies with Families
Phone: 801-433-2595
Toll-free phone: 877-477-0764
Web site: www.allieswithfamilies.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Allies with Families seeks to empower families with a voice, access and ownership. They offer real life experience, practical resources and training for parents as advocates.

Utah Parent Center (UPC)
Phone: 801-272-1051
Toll-free phone: 800-468-1160
Web site: www.utahparentcenter.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

The mission of the UPC is to help parents help their children with disabilities to live included productive lives as members of the community.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Utah
Phone: 801-323-9900
Web site: www.namiut.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

The mission of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Utah is to ensure the dignity and improve the lives of persons who live with mental illness and their families, through support, education, and advocacy. Mental health support groups are offered across the State.

Family to Family Network
Phone: 801-272-1051
Toll-free phone: 800-468-1160
Web site: www.utahfamilytofamilynetwork.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

The Family to Family Network is a grassroots volunteer group of family members across Utah who have a relative with a disability. Their mission is to educate, strengthen, and support families of persons with disabilities.

Utah Family Voices
Phone (English): 801-584-8236
Phone (Spanish): 801-272-1067
Toll-free phone: 800-468-1160
Web site: www.utahfamilyvoices.org/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Utah Family Voices is all about supporting families of the disabled and is run by parents of children with special needs.

Special Education Rules—Utah State Office of Education
Phone: 801-538-7509
Web site: www.schools.utah.gov/sars/Resources/Guidelines.aspx Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Children with Special Health Care Needs
Phone: 801-538-6003
Web site: health.utah.gov/cshcn/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Transition to Adult Living Programs

Utah Department of Human Services
Phone: 801-488-2620
Web site: www.utah.gov Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Search for TAL or Transition to Adult Living

Children with Special Health Care Needs (For young adults)
Contact: Lynn Pease, Transition Specialist
Phone: 801-584-8518
E-mail: lynnpease@utah.gov
Web site: health.utah.gov/cshcn/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Work Ability
Toll-free phone: 877-246-9675
Web site: www.workabilityutah.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Medical Home Portal
Web site: www.medicalhomeportal.org Exit Disclaimer Graphic
Information on Medical Home Portal Transition to AdulthoodExit Disclaimer Graphic

Legislative Information:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

HB237

Requirements for Professionals

2012

Terminology is added: 62A-4a-404. Fetal alcohol syndrome and drug dependency – Reporting requirements. When an individual, including a licensee under the Medical Practice Act or the Nurse Practice Act, attends the birth of a child or cares for a child, and determines that the child, at the time of birth, has fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, or fetal drug dependency, the individual shall report that determination to the division as soon as possible.

Introduced 1/31/2012

HB299S Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2010

This bill modifies the Utah Health Code related to efforts to inform people of the effects of consuming alcohol during pregnancy. This bill: repeals outdated language related to a public education and outreach program; and

requires posting of a warning by alcohol retailers related to the effects of consuming alcohol during pregnancy.

Governor Signed 03/23/2010

HB316S Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2008

This bill amends the Local Human Services Act and the Utah Human Services Code to provide priority substance abuse treatment services to pregnant women and pregnant minors.

Governor Signed 03/17/2008

HB409 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Involuntary Commitment

2007

This bill requires that, when a person is sentenced for certain drug or alcohol related offenses, if the person was pregnant at the time of the offense, the court shall order that person participate in drug or alcohol treatment.

House/ enacting clause struck 02/28/2007