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Organization: Halton Children's Aid Society - Milton Office  
Phone Numbers: 905-876-1682
Toll-Free: 1-866-607-5437 (1-866-607-KIDS)
TTY: 711 (TTY to Voice)
Crisis: Telephone service available Mon-Sun 24 hours at 905-333-4441
Fax: 905-876-3364
325 Main St E
Milton, ON
L9T 1P5
Intersection: Martin St and Main St E
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office Mon-Thu 8:30 am-7:30 pm * Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Nancy MacGillivray - Executive Director
Public Contacts: Meghan Christie - Supervisor
905-333-4441 ext 0786
Jennifer Binnington - Director of Service
Service Description: A non-profit agency responsible for the safety and protection of children, mandated by the Child and Family Services Act.

Services include:
Child protection
  • mandated by the Child and Family Services Act to protect children from abuse and neglect
  • provides emergency after hours service for children who are at risk

Connecting Youth to the Community
  • life skills programs to assist youth in the transition to independent living

Foster Care
  • recruit, train and support foster and adopting parents
  • match children and youth to appropriate placements

Volunteer Programs
  • volunteer drivers, mentors, tutors as examples

Adoption/Adoption Disclosure
  • recruitment, assessment, support, pre- and post-counselling to adopting parents
  • match children with adoptive parents
  • provide adoption disclosure information and counselling to adopted persons over the age of 18 years and their birth parents

Family Support
  • assessment and supportive services to parents to maintain children in their homes and when children come into care, expediting their return home
  • supervised access for children and their families when required

Community-based services:
  • Child Protection Workers located in various community service locations, such as schools and counselling agencies to provide protection services to at risk children

  • for programs and services not covered by government funding that help the children and youth served by the Halton CAS

For guidelines on what age a child can be left home alone or babysit another child see the Ontario Association of Children's Aids Societies website.

Fees: None
Application: No application required
Eligibility / Target Population: Children and youth up to the age of 18 years and their families
Languages: English * Interpretive Services
Language Notes: available when required
Area Served:
Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, North West Mississauga, Oakville, South West Mississauga, Wellington  
See Also: Child Abuse and Welfare
Counselling - Family, Couple, Individual
Crisis Pregnancy and Maternity Homes

This information was last completely updated on January 3, 2018

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