Have you been affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or interested in learning more about these conditions? Register for upcoming events aimed to provide education and training surrounding FASD.
Family and Children’s Services Niagara is excited to be implementing Wendy’s Wonderful Kids, a signature program of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption that will bring children waiting to be adopted from foster care one step closer to safe, loving and permanent homes.
The dolls look like the medley of kids who will cuddle them. They have white skin. Dark and light brown skin. Black, blonde and brown hair. Even orange and bright pink.
Larry from The Larry Fedoruk Show at NewsTalk 610 CKTB talks to Ann Godfrey, Director of Communications with FACS Niagara, & Eve Steel, youth in care about the continuing need for foster families in Niagara.
Did you know that last year Family and Children’s Services received 6,341 referrals regarding the care and safety of a child or youth in Niagara? As a result, more than 8,000 children were served to ensure their safety and well-being.
October is Child Abuse Prevention Month in Ontario and to help raise awareness, the IceDogs will be donning special superhero themed jerseys on Oct. 19.
Tim speaks with Ann Godfrey and Sean Worthington from Family and Children Services Niagara about the ongoing need for foster families in the Niagara region.
Ann Godfrey joins Joe DaRocha, Child Protection Supervisor on Newstalk CKTB – The VIP Late Lunch with Lee Sterry to discuss the ongoing need for foster families in Niagara.
The Masons have been fostering together — mom, dad and four teenaged kids — for five years. And more families are needed.
The Mason family has been fostering children together for five years.