Fifty current and former youth in care are on their way to achieving their postsecondary dreams with assistance from FACS Niagara and the Foundation for Family and Children’s Services.
At FACS Niagara, we join with Canadians across the country in expressing our immense grief at the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children in British Columbia. We also respectfully acknowledge the pain of Indigenous communities in learning this devastating news. Our agency extends our most sincere sympathies and support for all members of [...]
Media Release: May 14, 2021 - Today, Family and Children’s Services Niagara is celebrating the strength and resiliency of young people in care.
FACS Niagara Community Service Update It’s a milestone no one wanted to reach. The team at Family and Children’s Services (FACS) Niagara is reflecting on one year of providing essential services to the community under the new normal of the pandemic. “We recognize how difficult this year has been on our community and are grateful [...]
Associate Minister Jill Dunlop Visits FACS Niagara on December 10, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for everyone, but there is no doubt that many families and youth have been disproportionately and negatively impacted. To meet increased demands for services, our team members have been working around the clock to provide support and guidance [...]
Take a minute to read about the free and affordable mental health services available to Niagara thanks to the United Way Niagara and the Family Counselling Centre. United Way Niagara is making the mental wellbeing of children and families a priority as local communities return to work and school.
COVID has created some new parenting challenges. Take a listen to this interview with CKTB’s Bonnie Heslop and Adrian McKenzie of the Family Counselling Centre located at FACS Niagara where free and affordable counselling is available thanks to the United Way Niagara.
FCC Niagara offering free counselling sessions and special programming for essential service workers struggling during COVID-19
Help for the helpers now available by Niagara Falls Review St. Catharines Standard Family Counselling Centre Niagara is now offering free counselling sessions and special programing for essential service workers struggling during COVID-19. The centre, a division of Family and Children's Services Niagara, continues to operate during the pandemic and has adapted programs to address [...]