THE TIME IS NOW TO BECOME A FOSTER PARENT
Learn more by attending one of our upcoming Information Nights.
When: Monday, January 23, Monday, March 20, Tuesday, June 13, and Tuesday, September 19
Where: Family & Children's Services of St. Thomas and Elgin County, 99 Edward Street
Time: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm presentation
Members of the team will also be available after the presentation should a more personal discussion be needed.
Winter PRIDE training begins in February. Spring PRIDE training begins in April. Fall training will begin in October. Training is free.
Please call 519-631-1492 ext 154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We strive to build and inclusive foster parent resource that reflects the rich diversity of the community we live in. To this end, we encourage applications from persons of all abilities, cultures, ethnicities, religions and sexual orientations.
Elgin CAS is pleased to be part of this historic moment in Ontario Child Welfare, the production of the first 5 publically reported performance indicators. Elgin CAS has been preparing for this moment for the past 5 years and has completed a number of additional audits, evaluations and reports that further examine these performance indicators, their context, current research and interpretations of the results. Elgin CAS is proud of the child protection work that we do for Elgin County and we are pleased that our good performance is reflected in our results on these 5 publically reported indicators.
Rod Potgieter, Executive Director
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