Child Welfare Involvement

If there is a child protection concern with a Child Welfare Agency, these concerns need to be investigated before service can be provided.  Once the Child Welfare Agency has investigated and determined that there are no protection concerns, Dalhousie Place may accept the file for intake. Dalhousie Place will require confirmation from the Child Welfare Agency that the file is closed, or only open for voluntary supports, not child protection concerns.

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Dalhousie Place Supervised Access Centre provides safe, neutral, child-focused services including supervised visitation, exchanges, and support for families.
Volunteers supervise parents/visitors and children during access periods and exchanges. They ensure factual documentation of observations regarding access visits and monitored exchanges.