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Agency News

Stop and Talk

Walk-In Counselling July-August 2017

Depressed? Anxious? Stressed Out?

Under the Age of 18?

The Child and Youth Mental Health Program at KRRDCFS is offering a Walk-in counselling service during the months of July and August.

  • Open to children and youth (up to 18). Children under 12 need to be accompanied by an adult
  • No appointment needed.  Call 807-274-7787 or walk-in
  • Confidential services
  • No fee services
  • Single session

Help for children, adolescents, and their families who may be experiencing difficulty with depression, anxiety, bullying, loss, family functioning, and other life challenges.

Hours:  Monday and Wednesday 10 am to 3 pm

For more information call:1-800-465-7767 or 1-807-274-7787 or visit us at Suite 200, 240 First Street East, Fort Frances, Ontario

Or print our flyer

After Hours Change

As of Friday, September 30th, 2016, there is a change in Child Welfare After Hours services provided in Dryden, Kenora and Ignace.  Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services (AAFS) will be providing After Hours services to all Treaty 3 band members.  Kenora-Rainy River Districts Child and Family Services (KRRDCFS) will be providing After Hours services to all other families, including those who would receive services from Tikinagan Child and Family Services.

Loving Homes Needed

Hear My Story
We have an urgent need for foster parents in all of our communities, to provide a nurturing, secure and comforting environment for infants, toddlers, preschool age children, adolescents and children with high medical needs.

Foster parents provide a safe, secure, structured environment; are good role models and team players; have a positive attitude with an optimistic outlook; have patience, a good sense of humour, empathy, and an ability to advocate effectively. Become a foster parent today! 

Vision
Children and families reaching their full potential.
Mission
We are dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of every child by providing effective services to children and families.

Values

Positive Attitude
We will focus on strengths, accept differences and see challenges as opportunities.
Relationships
We value positive connections and open communications to provide opportunities for meaningful change.
Integrity
We value mutual trust and respect through transparency, honesty and accountability.
Diversity
We nurture and embrace the uniqueness of all individuals and cultures in our workplace and communities.
Excellence
We are committed to the continuous pursuit of skills, knowledge and quality service.