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Annual Report 2019/20 and Service Plan 2020/21 to 2022/23

This report provides an overview of the work of the Office on behalf of the children and youth of B.C ...
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Statement Recognizing National Child Day

National Child Day serves as an important reminder that we must continually and creatively work together to ensure that all ...
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COVID-19 and the Impact on Children’s Mental Health

A look at how the pandemic and its associated
challenges may affect the mental health of BC’s children. News Release ...
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Statement in Recognition of Foster Family Month

October 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of Foster Family Month in B.C. This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, it is ...
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My social worker told me I need to live with my auntie, but I don’t want to stay there. Can you help me find another place to live?

One of our advocates can listen to your concerns and assist you with having your voice heard and considered by ...
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My friend is being abused. What should I do?

You should call the Children's Helpline right away. Call 310-1234 (no area code), or dial 0 from any phone in ...
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I’m 16. I applied for a youth agreement and I’m not eligible. Can you help me get a youth agreement?

Contact us to learn more about youth agreements and how they work. We can help you figure out why you ...
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I’m 13 and don’t want to live with the foster parents I’ve been placed with. Can I move to another home?

The Rep can't step in and change a decision that has been made about you, but we can help you ...
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