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Kin Awareness Week, September 20-24

Children’s Aid Societies raise awareness about the importance of kin families during Kin Awareness Week, September 20-24
During Kin Awareness Week, The CAS-HN celebrates the families who care for and support children and youth while their caregivers address the challenges they are facing. Kin support often means providing a safe and nurturing home, but it also includes informal supports like child-care and transportation. Kin providers can be family members, but most people don’t realize they can also be people who simply have an emotional connection to the child or youth (sometimes called kith). Learn more about how kin families keep kids connected here or call the Society for more information at 1-888-227-5437.


The Children’s Aid Society of Haldimand & Norfolk donates to Kawenní:io/Gawęní:yo Private School

Wednesday June 23, 2021 Band Representatives from Six Nations Child & Family Services (SNCFS) presented a cheque for $1500 to Kawenní:io/Gawęní:yo Private School (KGPS)

The money was donated by The Children’s Aid Society of Haldimand & Norfolk in lieu of payment for training provided by SNCFS.

This donation from The Children’s Aid Society of Haldimand & Norfolk will help KGPS reach their $16.5 million fundraising goal to build their new school.

Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council would like to thank The Children’s Aid Society of Haldimand & Norfolk for their generosity and assistance in helping our community preserve our traditional languages!



OACAS invites you to Take5 with us!

With funding from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), OACAS worked alongside an advisory committee of First Voice Advocates, 20+ community organizations and experts to create information resources, multimedia content, live workshops and events for children and youth of all ages and their caregivers. Areas of content focus on the Website include: Self-Care and Compassion, Harm Reduction, Culture and Identity, Mind and Body, Learning and Skill Building and Healthy Relationships.

Take5 is an interactive online space focused on reducing mental health risk and isolation for children and youth in care during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Please share information about this resource widely with your children in care and Resource families. Access the website here www.take-5.org

 


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