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Voluntary Youth Services Agreement

By Zach Arnold | October 13, 2021

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This guide is intended as additional support for children`s charities (SACs) and child protection staff who provide services to 16- and 17-year-olds (and older teens in general). If you are a First Nations, Inuit or Métis youth, the Society will inform your First Nation band or First Nation, Métis or Inuit community that the Society is preparing to enter into an agreement with you to provide services to you in a way that respects and preserves your cultural identity and helps you stay connected to your community. Heritage and traditions. If you have a VYSA with a company on your 18th birthday, you are eligible for the Continuing Care and Youth Support Program (CCSY). The CCSY provides eligible youth with financial and non-financial support (p.B. Service of an employee of the company) from the age of 18 until your 21st birthday. Talk to your company employee about the range of support you may have. Youth-centred protection service: Young people receiving services may have experienced traumatic events or circumstances. CASs will actively engage youth to build on their strengths and help them make decisions that help minimize risk and promote their best interests, safety and well-being. The increase in the age of protection for 16 and 17 year olds will enter into force on 1 January 2018. The Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (CYFSA) will regulate not only the best interests of the child, but also a number of service areas, including youth justice and housing. Some of these changes will include: a legal framework for access to information and privacy, recognition of additional provincial protection orders, personal civil liability coverage for governors, assistance to older youth, and raising the age of protection to 16 and 17. Services are also available to help you participate in decisions that affect you.

These include services provided by the Children`s Lawyer`s Office, as well as alternative dispute resolution and complaint procedures. Between January 1 and March 23, 2018, children`s aid funds received transfers for 944 young people in the new age group. . . .

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