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.
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.
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.
The Southern First Nations Network of Care, Chair Allan Courchene is pleased to announce the appointment of Tara Petti as CEO.
The Southern First Nations of Care applauds the landmark decision, of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, that the Canadian government has discriminated against First Nations children and families living on reserve.
The Southern First Nations Network of Care is pleased to officially recognize the new governing board of directors for Southeast Child and Family Services.