97%

of services are provided in the child or youth's own home

 

93%

of community protection workers are co-located in the Halton community

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Nov 17

Bikes for Kids Program – PACEperformance

2017 marks the 13th year of the Bikes for Kids program by PACEperformance. Each year PACEperformance strives to give a...
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Oct 17

Don’t neglect reporting cases of child neglect

No one should hesitate to report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. That’s the all-important message the Children’s Aid Society of Halton is looking to drive home to residents this month. As October is Child Abuse Prevention Month, it’s an especially timely message that should go without saying. But what constitutes neglect? A child who is neglected, according to the Children’s Aid Society of Halton, is one whose vital needs aren’t consistently met. That could mean poor nutrition, lack of attention, hygiene or unattended physical and medical needs. “From a child welfare perspective, neglect is a concern because it ultimately affects a child’s ability to thrive,” explained Mary Ballantyne, CEO of the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS).
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If you have concerns about a child call:

905.333.4441

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Toll Free: 866.607.KIDS (5437) Phone: 905.333.4441 Fax: 905.333.1844 TTY: 711 (TTY to Voice)
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