Archive for the Children’s Aid Societies Category

It’s Adoption Awareness Month: Let’s explore the various paths to permanency in child welfare

Every child and youth needs and deserves permanent, long-term relationships; there is no one answer for every child. The primary goal of Children’s Aid Societies (CAS) is to support children to live safely with their family of origin. When that is not possible, CASs look for an

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Adoption recruitment changes in Ontario

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Adoption recruitment continues to grow in Ontario, in large part because of the new partnership between Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services and the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption’s Wendy Wonderful Kids program. The province is funding 15 targeted adoption recruiters, and Wendy’s Wonderful Kids is

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Thousands of Ontarians turn out for Go Purple Day on October 19

On October 19th, the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS), Children’s Aid Societies (CAS), and key partners marked Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM) with a provincial GO PURPLE DAY to raise awareness about how it takes a community working together to prevent child abuse. Click on the

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The role that Children’s Aid plays in public adoption is often misunderstood

Senior Program Analyst Morag Demers talks about what public adoption looks like today. Many people don’t realize that Children’s Aid is responsible for public adoption in Ontario. Can you clarify the role that Children’s Aid plays in finding forever families for kids? Under the Child and Family

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One Vision One Voice launches Practice Framework aimed at supporting better outcomes for African Canadians in child welfare

The publication of the two-volume Practice Framework, One Vision One Voice: Changing the Ontario Child Welfare System to Better Serve African Canadians, is a historic event for both the child welfare sector and the African Canadian community in Ontario. The Framework, which was launched at a one-day

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Ontario is Going Purple on October 19: Learn how you can join the purple wave!

On Wednesday October 19th 2016, the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS), Children’s Aid Societies (CAS), and key partners will mark Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM) with a provincial GO PURPLE DAY to raise awareness about how it takes a community working together to prevent child abuse.

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OACAS and Children’s Aid Societies launch Child Abuse Prevention Month

                The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) and member Children’s Aid Societies have officially launched Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), a month-long campaign to raise awareness about child abuse prevention in Ontario. One of the key goals of

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Your Call Could Be the Most Important in a Child’s Life: Meet Three People Who Tell You Why

Last year, over 165,000 Ontarians reached out to Children’s Aid with concerns about the safety of a child, an indication of the extent to which the community safety net for children and youth in Ontario is working. But many people feel guilty about calling Children’s Aid. They

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October is Child Abuse Prevention Month: Go Purple on Wednesday, October 19

On October 3, the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies and Children’s Aid Societies across Ontario will launch Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), an annual campaign to raise awareness about child abuse prevention. You can buy a provincial CAPM t-shirt. The goal of the campaign is to

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Your Story, Your Success: Ending the stigma for youth in care

“It’s up to you to decide what you want your life to be; we’re here to support your success.” Those were the words that greeted the 200-plus attendees at this year’s YouthCAN conference, the 10th annual conference for youth in care in Ontario. Henry Morales, a program

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