If you have concerns about a child please call 705.743.9751 or 1.800.661.2843
Safe Kids. Strong Families. Thriving Communities
Children may become available for adoption in Ontario through one of three ways:
- Under the Child, Youth and Family Service Act, an order of Extended Society Care is made.
- By consent of the child’s birth mother and birth father and/or any other person who has parent status according to the statutory definition; or
- By order or other recognized release for adoption under the laws of another province or country.
Updates from Kawartha-Haliburton CAS
Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement
Grann – Short Form Notice
Check out some of the new information available for Children and Youth on the Ontario Ombudsman's site.
The Ombudsman’s Office provides resources for people who have complaints about Ontario Government bodies. This includes Children’s Aid Societies, Foster Homes, Group Homes, Mental ...
Kinship Awareness Week
September 21st to 25th is Kinship Awareness Week, where Children’s Aid Societies celebrate and share about the important role that kinship families play in ...
Media Release - 03/30/2020 - Kawartha Haliburton Children's Aid Society Responds to COVID-19
MEDIA RELEASE Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society Responds to COVID-19 Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society supports the Province’s decision to include Children’s Aid Societies in the ...
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