If you are a First Nation, Inuk or Métis Youth, the company will inform your First Nation group or first nation, Métis or Inuit community, that the company is ready to enter into an agreement with you so that services are provided to you in a way that respects your cultural identity and helps you preserve yourself and help you stay connected to your community. heritage and traditions. The least disruptive approach: young people are often the best helped in their families, large families and communities. The service will, if necessary, promote the least disruptive way of protecting young people. The service will encourage the participation of families, large families and communities in making decisions about the safety and well-being of young people. You can enter into an agreement with a company in which you live in order to obtain services and assistance, subject to the following eligibility criteria, all of which are necessary: if you are in crisis and cannot keep your child at home for a short period of time, you can enter into a voluntary care contract to put your child in charge. For example, if you are single and need to go to the hospital or treatment program, you may require that your child need care until you return. Sometimes your child may be involved in the agreement you are meeting with CAS. This means that they must also approve CAS services and perhaps sign the agreement. The new directive aims to support the provision of child protection services to vulnerable 16- and 17-year-olds.
By increasing the age of protection for all children under the age of 18, 16- and 17-year-olds are entitled to the full range of child protection services. The aim is to ensure that young people have the help they need to reach their full potential and to ensure better outcomes as they reach adulthood. Your child should have the opportunity to speak to a lawyer in the Children`s Lawyer`s Office (LCO) for independent legal advice before the contract is signed. CAS usually settles a transfer to the OCL and a lawyer is mandated. If CAS refuses to enter a VYSA, your child can contact the OCL. A voluntary contract, also known as a rolling table, is a contract between you and a Child Welfare Service (CAS). The termination of a VYSA A VYSA is a voluntary agreement and you can terminate the agreement at any time (i.e. terminate). A VYSA can be manufactured for a period of 12 months. Your child can terminate the agreement at any time.