Special Needs Strategy vision… “An Ontario where children and youth with special needs get the timely and effective services they need to participate fully at home, at school, in the community, and as they prepare to achieve their goals for adulthood” To read the latest Communique, please click here.
June 15, 2016
In the wake of the recent events in Orlando, DCAFS would like to extend our sincere condolences to all those impacted by such intense acts of violence. Events like this remind us all of the ongoing need to support one another in feeling safe to be ourselves in our communities. Please feel free to call
Dufferin Child and Family Services, Annual General Meeting is being held on June 15 at our offices located at 655 Riddell Road, Orangeville. Light Refreshments at 6:00pm, Business Meeting at 6:30pm, Presentations and Adjourn at 8pm.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, RBC donated $1000 to the Dufferin Children’s Fund. The money will be used to support two females who are receiving support from Dufferin Child and Family Services in their post-secondary educational pursuits.
For teen girls ages 14-17 If you have difficulty managing stress at school or home, or feel depressed or anxious, join our CBT group for help. This 8-week group is offered in partnership with the Dufferin Area Family Health Team and Dufferin Child and Family Services. Workshops are held at DCAFS, 655 Riddell Road. Wednesdays,
Bell donated 5¢ more to mental health initiatives for every: Text message sent* Mobile & long distance call made* Tweet using #BellLetsTalk Share of the Facebook image Visit Bell Let’s Talk for more information.
Please help us understand your experience with the child and youth mental health system. This Stakeholder Lab is part of the Moving on Mental Health Wellington Dufferin project. This project aims to understand the experiences of children and youth with mental health challenges, and their families or caregivers. In this phase of the project, we’re