If you have concerns about a child please call 705.743.9751 or 1.800.661.2843
Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society is a child protection agency mandated under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017, in Ontario. Our responsibility is to protect children from harm or risk of harm due to neglect and physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. The protection and wellbeing of children and youth is a shared responsibility with the community. All adults have a responsibility to keep kids safe and to speak up for children and youth who need help. We believe every child and youth has a right to safety and wellbeing.
Ontario Dress Purple Day takes place across the province annually on October 24. It is a day to proclaim that every child and youth has a right to safety and well-being. It ...LEARN MORE ABOUT Ontario Dress Purple Day: October 24
Human trafficking, a heinous crime, involves the recruitment, transportation, harbouring and/or exercising control, direction or influence over the movements of a person in order to exploit that person, typically through sexual exploitation ...LEARN MORE ABOUT Human Trafficking in Canada
PHYSICAL ABUSE Physical Indicators Injuries that don’t fit the explanation Presence of several injuries that are at different stages Facial injuries in infants and preschool children Injuries don’t fit well with the ...LEARN MORE ABOUT Signs of Abuse
There are multiple forms of abuse: physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect. Physical Abuse Physical abuse is when a child suffers physical harm, or risk of harm, at the hands ...LEARN MORE ABOUT Types of Abuse
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 list of essential businesses, organizations ...
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Children’s Aid Societies and Indigenous Child and Family Well-Being Agencies in Ontario ARE continuing their child protection services. We are NOT closed. Although agencies across the province ...