This brochure spells out the rights and responsibilities of young people who are in the care of a children’s aid society. It’s important for young people in care to know that they have rights that are guaranteed by law.
This document, from the Government of Ontario, provides an overview of what the Child, Youth and Family Services Act says about the rights of children and young persons. It includes Part X: (Personal Information), which came into effect on January 1, 2020.
This brochure spells out the rights and responsibilities of young people who are receiving services from a children’s aid society. It’s important for young people receiving services to know that they have rights that are guaranteed by law.
Case Planning Meetings is the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Hamilton’s family conferencing model. A Case Planning Meeting provides the opportunity for families, children and other supports to the family to be directly involved in the development of the case plan. The case plan identifies the goals and tasks to promote the safety, well-being and permanency of children and youth. Please review the Engaging Families, Youth and Children in Case Planning pamphlet for additional information.
Are you or a family member involved with a children’s aid society in Ontario? Here is some information about legal
rights and available resources. Click on the link below. Please note that this information was produced before the recent elimination of the Ontario Child Advocate. The Ontario Ombudsman will be assuming the responsibilities of the Ontario Child Advocate, and can be reached at 1-800-263-1830, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or a family member are receiving service from our agency, and have concerns or wish to make a complaint, please click here for information about our complaint process.