The Southern Network Blog

The Southern Network Blog

Case Documentation

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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Global Interviewing

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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Authority Determination Protocol (ADP)

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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CFSA & Case Management Standards

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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Orientation to Child Welfare

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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Structured Decision Making

Child and Family Services in Manitoba has adapted a series of tools known as Structured Decision Making tools (aka SDM).

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Joint Training Team

Background

In 2006, through the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry – Child Welfare Initiative (AJI-CWI), the initial staffing and development of the Joint Training Unit (JTU) began.  In 2007, the JTU was officially established...

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Program helps reunite families with kids

Program helps reunite families with kids

A pilot project aimed at reducing the rate of children being taken into foster care is continuing in a Manitoba First Nation after a significant number of families involved were reunited with their kids.

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We welcome you to join us for our Head Office Open House on May 16, 2017

Southern First Nations Network of Care is holding an Open House on Wednesday, May 17 to celebrate the recent move to our new office location on Swan Lake First Nation.

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CBC reports that Indigenous people have little faith in Manitoba's child-welfare system: poll

CBC reports that Indigenous people have little faith in Manitoba's child-welfare system: poll

Indigenous people in Manitoba overwhelmingly give the provincial government a failing grade when it comes to the child-welfare system. That's according to the results of a poll that asked First Nations and Métis in the province to also weigh in on issues like identity, education and racism.

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