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This resource guide is the result of collaboration between Child Protection Services and Prince Edward Island’s First Nations. The guide is intended to be a beginning point for engagement and continued learning.
This guide is intended to help parents and caregivers: gain knowledge of children’s sexual behaviours; respond appropriately to a range of developmentally appropriate and inappropriate sexual behaviours; determine if the child’s behaviour appears to be normal curiosity or an indication that...
This guide has been created as a quick reference for families who have been affected by family violence and who are looking for help. It is also a valuable one-stop resource for service providers who work with victims of family violence. The guide contains phone numbers for many services including...
The Provincial Child Sexual Abuse Advisory Committee was formed in 1991 with representatives from Family and Human Services, education, police services, community organizations, and adult survivors. The mandate of the committee is to promote a coordinated, informed, cooperative, and collaborative...
This brochure contains information on the adoption process for Prince Edward Island.
Call, 911, or, Child Protection Services, if you know or suspect that a child needs protection from abuse. , It is your legal responsibility to report concerns to a peace officer or the Director of Child Protection as soon as possible., Call 1 (877) 341-3101 during business hours Call 1 (800) 341-...
The issues associated with child sexual abuse do not recognize jurisdictional or professional boundaries and therefore demand a coordinated response. The Government, First Nations, and Police Agencies of Prince Edward Island are committed to an integrated team approach to intervening in cases of...
A booklet to help children who have been sexually abused. Prepared by Provincial Child Sexual Abuse Committee.
What Happens Now is the title of a series of four booklets prepared by the Provincial Child Sexual Abuse Advisory Committee. The booklets provide information on child sexual abuse and what happens when child sexual abuse has been reported.
This pamphlet contains information for family and friends of people who have been charged with a sexual offence against a child.