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  • Board Recruitment
    of Board of Directors include Self declared Métis heritage Not currently involved in any Métis political organisation Not related to current Board Members or staff at Métis Community Services Society of BC Standing in your local community Willingness to attend monthly Board meetings in person or via teleconference video conference or Skype A commitment to the health and well being of Métis children and families Please send a letter stating

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_board_recruitment.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Delegation
    agencies and their employees to undertake administration of all or parts of the Child Family and Community Service Act CFCSA The amount of responsibility undertaken by each agency is the result of negotiations between the ministry and the Aboriginal community served by the agency and the level of delegation provided by the Director The ministry is working with Aboriginal communities to develop their capacity to carry out these responsibilities Currently there are 22 delegated agencies with various levels of delegation one is in start up phase three can provide voluntary services and recruit and approve foster homes 11 have the additional delegation necessary to provide guardianship services for children in continuing care and nine have the delegation required to provide in addition to the above full child protection including the authority to investigate reports and remove children Currently MCSBC is in the start up phase however has completed much of the planning process to become a delegated agency Further MCSBC is a leader in training and mentoring social workers with a co location agreement in place where MCFD workers are located at the MCSBC office This offers a unique way to teach the Métis culture and traditions while integrating the

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_delegation.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Contact Us
    Fax 250 868 0359 Liza Steele Trauma Therapist 250 868 0351 Ext 112 Fax 250 868 0359 Lauralyn Wilkins Family Preservation Coordinator 250 868 0351 Ext 106 Fax 250 868 0359 Maria LaBoucan Aboriginal Supported Child Development Coordinator 250 868 0351 Ext 105 Fax 250 868 0359 Ministry of Children and Family Development Co Located Staff Renye Lebel Métis Team Leader 250 868 0351 Ext 103 Fax 250 868 0359

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_contact.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Roots
    ensure that each Aboriginal child and youth in care of MCFD has a plan to respect and preserve their Aboriginal identity and ties to his or her family community and heritage Roots is Committed to ensuring the best possible placement plans are explored for Métis children and youth in care and will Identify children for whom a return to family and community may be appropriate Where children can be returned

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_roots.html (2016-02-10)
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  • * Family Preservation Program
    agencies to assist families in achieving or maintaining family safety stability independence and unity Referral Intake Procedure Referrals are accepted from the Ministry of Children and Family Development community partners and individuals self referral Mandate To provide support to families who are impacted by substance misuse and or inter generational trauma To advocate on behalf of clients to ensure the fair and equitable treatment by local Ministries and Family Court

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page__family_preservation_program.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Aboriginal Supported Development Program
    child care centres after school programming at home or in the community Advocacy and support in accessing services S A S H PROGRAM S SUPPORT A ACCEPTANCE S SURROUNDED BY COMMUNITY H HELP AT HOME The SASH program provides an atmosphere for children and parents to connect through games learning songs snacks and fun Children six and under and their caregivers are invited to join us in our ten week

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_aboriginal_supported_development_program___.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Attachment Focused Play Therapy
    programming for the Aboriginal Métis Community It is funded by Interior Health Authority to provide early intervention with children needing supportive early child intervention The target population will be Aboriginal children from the ages of infant to 12 who exhibit challenging developmental concerns or a formal diagnosis of FASD ARND Back to the Programs Page JadeStar Design 2013 MCSBC 2013 Métis Community Services Society of BC HOME HOME EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_attachment_focused_play_therapy___.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Aboriginal Infant Development Program
    early developmental screening and assessments can help to make a difference in their lifelong learning and well being Our Focus Focus on the child as a whole to include health intellectual emotional physical and spiritual well being Supports families by providing home visits activity planning developmental assessments Every child is a unique gift from the Creator Our mission is to honour this gift by supporting the development of the children

    Original URL path: http://mcsbc.org/main/page_aboriginal_infant_development_program___.html (2016-02-10)
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