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For organizations and professionals supporting parents with Child and Family Services (CFS) involvement.

I had the opportunity to work with FASC with a woman experiencing many barriers during her Children’s Services involvement. Rebecca and her team were able to provide critical additional supports that we were unable to. If FASC was not involved, the women’s case would likely not have improved. The FASC fills a critical gap within Calgary’s social-supporting sector.
- Women's Centre Legal Coordinator

Community
Liaison
 Program.  

Are you working with a parent that has CFS involvement but unsure about how best to support them? Our Community Liaison Program (CLP) is a combination of case consultation and case-conferencing. By providing this service,  we can provide professionals with comprehensive knowledge, practical tools and  strategies, to effectively support and advocate for their clients. Our aim is to enhance professionals' ability to effectively assist clients involved with Children's Services (CFS), while collaborating on strategies that set clients up for success.

System Navigation Sessions.

Does your organization support parents who are currently involved with Children Family Services (CFS)? If yes, consider booking us to host a system navigation session facilitated by our expert team. Our system navigation sessions aim to provide parents with clear and simple information on CFS policies, processes, along with tools and strategies to decrease the stress and uncertainty of navigating the complex child welfare legal system. Our aim is to empower individuals with the confidence and knowledge to advocate for themselves and their families. Topics we cover:  

  • Child & Family Services Policies & Processes 101

  • Prepping for meetings & Caseworker Interactions

  • Filing an Administrative Review

  • Creating an Effective Safety Plan

  • The Importance of a Fully-Informed Support Network

For inquiries about hosting these sessions, please contact us at hello@familyadvocacysupportcentre.ca.

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