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Children's Aid Society of Oxford County

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712 Peel St
Woodstock, ON
N4S 0B4
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519-539-6176
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Toll-Free: 1-800-250-7010
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Fax: 519-421-0123
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Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm (Summer hours: July and August 8:30am-4pm)
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2022: Suggest an edit

Application

Call to register

Eligibility / Target Population

Newborns, infants, toddlers, children and youth 0-18 years and their families

Fees

Free

Executives

Tina Diamond - Executive Director

Contacts

Denise Tew - Executive Assistant
dtew@casoxford.on.ca
Janet Birkby - Manager of Admin Services
jbirkby@casoxford.on.ca

Languages

English

Area Served

Oxford

Accessibility

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Description of Services

Investigates allegations of child abuse or neglect under the Child and Family Services Act * provides children brought into the care of the agency with temporary or long-term care through placement in foster homes, kinship homes, group homes or institutions * ongoing supervision, counselling and group support to families * referrals to other community services for families requiring non protection child/family services * handles adoptions and adoption disclosure

PRIDE (Parent Resources for Information, Development and Education) - Pre service training program for prospective foster and adoptive parents * identifies the challenges and opportunities of caring for children and families facing difficulties

Family Violence (0- 18 years) - Promotes safety * group and one-on-one counselling for women and children

Partner Assault Response (PAR) (13-18 years) - Specialized counselling and educational services for people who have assaulted their partners * court ordered program

Oxford Child Witness Program (7-18 years) - Court preparation and support for children, teens and their families

Children Exposed to Family Violence (0-16 years) - Group that introduces children to the idea of healthy, non-abusive family relationships, helps them understand that they are not to blame for the violence within their home and works to increase self-esteem

Women's Focus Group (13-18 years) - Counselling services to women who have experienced a violent relationship

Teen Dating Violence Forum (13-18 years) - Opportunity for teenage girls to reach out for help

Satellite Office:
1 (A) Library Lane
Tillsonburg, ON N4G 4W3
519-842-5114

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