Ann Godfrey joins Port Colborne’s Chief Administrative Officer Scott Luey on Newstalk CKTB, hosted by Larry Fedoruk and speaks about foster parent recruitment.
PECAN – Partners to End Child Abuse in Niagara – is a group of community agencies dedicated to make it easier for people to find help in addressing issues of child abuse.
After a quarter century of urging the community to “break the silence,” victims of child abuse are no longer quietly suffering. The Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention program, launched 25 years ago, has “helped take away the stigma, to say we really need to come [...]
Put your hand up if you have ever considered becoming a foster parent. Come on. I know you are out there. Most applicants tell us that they thought about fostering for years before finally taking the plunge and giving us a call. And well they should. Fostering [...]
Starting the new school year can be a time of great excitement… and anxiety. Help calm your child’s fears (and your own) with these teacher-approved tips... Take advantage of your school’s open house or back-to-school night. Some teachers welcome phone calls or e-mails [...]
“We know there are many, many caring families out there in Niagara,”...“If (foster care) has ever crossed your mind, now is the time to call us because we really need you. “We want to keep kids close to home, we want to keep them in Niagara,” [...]
The growing list of programs offered by Family and Children’s Services Niagara seems to be making a difference in the communities. But running those programs has also stretched the agency’s resources. “...staffing shortages" [...]
Brian Eckhardt has signed on for a second term as the president of the board of directors for Family and Children’s Services Niagara. The Fonthill native and retired inspector with the Niagara Regional Police Services was elected to continue his role [...]
The Beamsville District students donated nearly 80 backpacks and bottles of sunscreen to the program, which provides local kids in need with an opportunity to go to summer camp. Wise Guys donated an additional $6,000 [...]