The Child, Family and Community Service Act (CFCSA), Aboriginal Communities and Parents Plain Language Guidebook
This guide for Aboriginal communities and parents describes how they can work within the CFCSA to protect Aboriginal children. The guide:
- explains how Aboriginal communities and parents can be involved in child welfare decisions outside of court and at court;
- outlines the child welfare process; and
- defines an Aboriginal child and their human rights, including protecting their cultural identity.
A project of the Nlaka’pamus Nation Tribal Council
For more information on the subject, see the 2015 edition of Wrapping Our Ways Around Them.