Effective September 5th, 2018 DCAFS Talk-In Clinic will move from Tuesdays to Wednesdays serving children/youth ages 5 to 18 years. Hours 1-8pm (last appointment begins at 7pm). To learn more about the Talk-In Clinic please click here.
We are once again extremely grateful to be a part of honouring the memory of Natasha Paterson through paying it forward to those in need of support in our community. Teresa and Duncan, you are making a difference. Thank you for your very generous donation.
In collaboration with Adopt4Life, the University of Western Ontario has created a Parental Leave Survey “Time to Attach” for all Canadians who have grown their families through; adoption, kin and customary care, please see information below. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR : RESEARCH ON EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR ADOPT READY (Awaiting Parents), ADOPTIVE, CUSTOMARY CARE AND
Building Better Tomorrows with Michael “Pinball” Clemons was a huge success! Thank you to our sponsors, donors, vendors and community members who attended the event to help raise funds to assist children, youth and families living in Dufferin County. Your support and commitment is greatly appreciated!
DCAFS is pleased to provide our community with an update regarding the transformative Moving on Mental Health initiative impacting Dufferin/Guelph/Wellington children/youth and families. Moving on Mental Health October Update.
The Placement Resource Team at Dufferin Child and Family Services is aiming to recruit 10 foster families by March 2018, given a decrease in local foster families. “The decrease in available foster families is being experienced across Ontario,” said Kristy Dayler, Placement Resource Worker, Dufferin Child and Family Services “and Dufferin County is no exception.