Find Services for Children, Teens & Families

A variety of child, teen, and family services are available throughout the province.  Search to find more information about the services closest to you.

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These are some services an office can help you access:

Culturally appropriate support services designed for Aboriginal families, children and teens.

There are about 1,000 children in the permanent care of the provincial government who are waiting to be adopted – every effort is made to find an adoptive family who can provide them with a permanent, secure and loving home.

When a child or teen is unable to live with their parents, the provincial government arranges for them to be cared for by either someone they know or a foster family. The government also provides support programs and services to caregivers.

Mental health offices are resource centres that specialize in mental health support for children and teens – they offer services that include assessment, planning, treatment options (including intake services), consultation and education.

If you have reason to believe that a child or teen is being abused or neglected, or is in need of protection, report it immediately so that appropriate action can be taken.

Youth probation officers support children and teens (from ages 12 to 17) who are found guilty of committing a crime – this includes providing community supervision, access to programs and services, or help getting back into a daily routine.