Coming together is a beginning. Working together is success.

Coming together is a beginning. Working together is success.

Established in 2008

Serving Medicine Hat, Brooks, Oyen, Bow Island and surrounding areas.


Supports are available, accessible and meaningful to every person affected by FASD.


To align with the Government of Alberta’s mission to provide leadership and work collaboratively with partners and support community stakeholders to provide FASD services, information and awareness in South East Alberta.

Annual Report


Society Governance Manual

Approved 2017

Area Served

The South East Alberta FASD Network Society is recognized by the provincial government as one of 12 regional Networks that make up the service delivery arm for the provincial initiative.

SEAFAN’s catchment area includes the following communities and surrounding rural areas: Cypress County, Medicine Hat, Redcliff, County of Forty Mile, Bow Island, Foremost, Newell County, Brooks, Bassano, Acadia District, Empress, Special Areas 2,3,4, Oyen and Duchess with a total population of approximately 111,107.

SEAFAN is governered by the SEAFAN Leadership Team

The Network is governed by a Leardership Team of up to 5-7 voting members of representatives from various sectors and backgrounds. To become a member of the Network please click the below link:

Meet Our Leadership Team

Myrna Stark
Myrna StarkNetwork Coordinator
Lionell Brideson
Lionell BridesonDirector
Robert Chesney
Robert ChesneyDirector
Celina Symmonds
Celina SymmondsDirector
Tracy Hensel
Tracy HenselDirector

Currently Recruiting Board Members

If you’re interested in joining the South East Alberta FASD Network (SEAFAN) leadership team, please contact us at or call Myrna at 403-548-2963

This is a volunteer position that requires each Director to provide direction to SEAFAN through finance and governance decisions. We are looking for someone this is committed to making our community strong and supportive for those with FASD and their families. We welcome professionals that work with this population, interested stakeholders, those that have FASD themselves, or those that take care of those with FASD. SEAFAN is a Government of Alberta funded network.