Tools for Partners. Pregnancy and Alcohol Don’t Mix.
Partners: Help us spread the word – Pregnancy and alcohol don’t mix. Why take the risk?
Free materials are available to help you promote alcohol-free pregnancies to women in your communities. CDC has developed materials for women of childbearing age on alcohol use during pregnancy and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) based on formative research findings. The materials target women who are pregnant and women who are trying to get pregnant.*
The set of materials include print products (a brochure and three posters) that are available to order and downloadable and social media tools.
This brochure describes the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy, including FASDs. The brochure contains resources and helpful questions and answers for women. Click here to order.
These 11″x17″ posters describe the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy, including FASDs. Click here to order.
*Preconception Health and Health Care
For information and materials on preconception health for all women and men, whether or not they plan to have a baby one day, visit our Preconception Health and Health Care website.