THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERS!
April 24-30, 2022 is National Volunteer Week and this is the occasion to celebrate all our volunteers!
We don’t always see our volunteers in action but they are definitely out there helping the children, youth and families that our agency serves. From transporting children/youths to where they need to go, assisting with their homework, lending a listening ear, helping a family to get their house in order or providing resources for youth. Our volunteers are there to help!
During these challenging times, we believe it is more important than ever to recognize and appreciate the vital work of our volunteers.
Do you want to learn more about volunteering with us? Click on the link below.
DONATE TO OUR SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM!
Our summer camp program is in full swing! helps us send as many children to camp as possible.
Learn more here and donate today!
WE ARE OPEN!
Starting April 1st, our offices reopened to the public. You will not need an appointment.
You can still book an appointment. Please call your worker or 1-800-461-4236.
We will arrange for a meeting at the office or at your home.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2022
Celebrate Black History Month with us and the theme February and Forever: Celebrating Black History today and every day.
We welcome the opportunity to recognize and celebrate BHM by sharing a list of community-based Black History Month events. We encourage you to participate, get involved, and share any other events you are aware of so we can include them on the list.
Mental Health – Bell Let’s Talk Day
In order to spark conversation and build awareness across the communities we serve (and beyond), our agency wants to highlight the importance of the work that was done by @TNMengage and @kidsmentalhlth Youth Action Committee’s 4th policy paper ‘Adjusting the Spotlight’.
More than ever, we need to continue to talk about mental health, listen to, and support ourselves and each other.
You can report a concern or access any of our services anytime by calling 1-800-461-4236.
For non-urgent child protection concerns use our Report A Concern form. If you have other non-urgent questions please email us.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to listen to health experts and take direction from Public Health to protect our employees, as well as the children, youth, families and community members that we work with.
Please note that our offices in Barrie, Bracebridge, Collingwood, Huntsville, Midland and Orillia are open to the public BY APPOINTMENT. Urgent supports are also provided in each of our branches.
We continue to provide essential services to the community. If any member of the public or professional have a concern about the safety and/or well-being of a child or youth under 18, they should immediately contact us.
Open Your Heart and Your Home to a Child
Fostering gives children the benefit of ordinary family life until it’s time for them to return home, move to another family member’s home, move on to a new permanent family or remain connected with at least one committed adult in their life. Foster parents provide daily care and support. They work with staff, teachers, community partners and families. Foster care is a full-time commitment of nurturing, advocacy and love.
To Learn more about Fostering visit our Foster Page.
“It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken adults.”
– Frederick Douglass
Watch our story unfold
The creation of our new visual identity was an important step for our amalgamated agency 5 years ago. Our bilingual name, symbol, and colours were chosen to embrace our work in child welfare and children’s mental health. Social, family, cultural, and health connexions are all a part of the safety and well-being of children and families – the purpose of our work.