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If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, help is available., Support during COVID-19, We are living in a time where social isolation is necessary for the safety and health of Islanders. We recognize that there are a number of challenges that self-isolation can cause. The daily...
Post-Adoption Services was established in 1993, and follows the provincial, Adoption Act, legislation. In order for Post-Adoption Service to be provided, an adoption must have been legally finalized in Prince Edward Island and the adopted person must be at least 18 years old. Even though an...
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 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...
1.1 Statement of Principle 1.2 Delegation of Authority 1.3 Documentation 1.5 Intake 1.8 Termination of a Voluntary Agreement for Temporary Custody and Guardianship 1.9 Apprehension 1.10 Apprehended Child Returned to Parent With No Court Application 1.11 After Hours Emergency Child Protection...
Triple P uses simple, positive tips to help Prince Edward Island parents and caregivers face the typical challenges of raising children and teens. This Positive Parenting program offers various levels of support to parents including a stay positive public awareness campaign, large-group parent...
To learn more about becoming a foster parent you can attend a one hour information session. Sessions are held in person by appointment at the Child Protection Services offices in Charlottetown, Summerside, O'Leary, Montague and Souris. To arrange to meet with a social worker about becoming a...
Recent changes to the Adoption Act allow for more openness with respect to birth records related to adoption. All related forms are listed under RESOURCES, Frequently Asked Questions, What changes are being made?, Changes to the, Adoption Act, provide the ability for adult adoptees, 18 years of age...
You can adopt a child of any age. This includes adoptions of children living on Prince Edward Island as well as international adoptions. There are children living in foster care in PEI in who need safe, loving, and stable families to adopt them. If you are interested in adopting one of these...