Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Programs
Reach For It!
A recreational program for children 4-13 years old who have been identified as having been or suspected to have been affected by prenatal alcohol exposure (no diagnosis required). Activities are designed around the needs of the participants and are supported by trained staff who understand FASD. Members of the Police Service will also join us to engage with participants in a variety of activities.
Caregiver Learning Series
Caregiver Learning Series is for caregivers and professionals supporting someone with diagnosed or suspected Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
You are invited to an Open House
The Resource Team is hosting Open Houses on September 25 from 6 to 8:30pm at DCAFS office 655 Riddell Road Orangeville and on October 19 from 9am to 1pm at Alder Recreation Center, Orangeville for you to learn more about Fostering.
Who are Foster Parents?
- Single adults or couples, experienced parents, and those still learning along the way
- People of diverse cultural, religious, and ethnic backgrounds including same sex couples and people from the LGBTQ community
- Stay at home adults or people who work outside of their home
- People who are caring, flexible, reliable and committed to children
- Foster parents are an important part of the child welfare team. We are here to support you!
Who are Foster Children?
Children and Youth, all ages, babies to teens, from your community who need a safe temporary home and a stable consistent parent to help support them in being able to feel safe and reach their own full potential
Share Your Care…Foster!
Wednesday Talk-In Clinic Hours
The Talk-In Clinic (walk-in counselling) hours are from 1pm -8pm (last appointment begins at 7pm) at DCAFS office located at 655 Riddell Road. You can access the forms by clicking here.