The Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin
Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin
  
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Welcome to the Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin

Our Values

The Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin is an organization that values children, and is respectful and sensitive to their needs.
We are committed to:  ensuring the safety and well-being of children, 
  • delivering services to children which are sensitive to culture, language, religion, 
  • providing a safe, permanent, stable, loving environment free from abuse, neglect and exploitation, 
  • advocating for the necessary resources to meet children's needs, 
  • achieving this mission in collaboration with community partners.
Our Vision
 
BUILDING POSITIVE FUTURES FOR OUR CHILDREN.

Our Mission
  • ensuring the safety and well-being of children,
  • delivering services to children which are sensitive to culture,
    language and religion,
  • providing a safe, permanent, stable, loving environment free
    from abuse, neglect and exploitation,
  • advocating for the necessary resources to meet children's needs,
  • achieving this mission in collaboration with community partners.

Motherisk Commission Support Line
1-844-303-5476

Public Reporting - Key Performance Indicators

Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies - http://www.oacas.org/data-results/

Ministry of Children and Youth Services - English, French

 

Accountability

If you have concerns about a child please call 705-566-3113

October is… 
Child Abuse Prevention Month

October has been designated in Ontario as “Child Abuse Prevention Month”. By creating awareness and talking about it, community members play a key role in helping families cope in difficult situations. Their call to Children’s Aid can help struggling families.
 
Community members also:
 * Offer practical assistance to families in need of support
* Care for children and youth when their parents are not able
* Look out for one another and their children
* Report concerns of child and youth maltreatment or neglect
 
Child and Youth safety and wellbeing is everyone’s responsibility. Show your support and wear PURPLE on October 19th 2016.
 
#iBREAKthesilence
Child and Youth safety and wellbeing is everyone’s responsibility!
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