KF Media Release: Indigenous teen denied addiction treatment by government agencies and police

KIDS FIRST PARENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADAwww.KidsFirstCanada.org 604-291-0088 info@KidsFirstCanada.org Media release - 440 words Indigenous teen denied addiction treatment by government agencies and police Burnaby, BC - February 11, 2021 - A mother is pleading with BC government agencies and police…

2021 February – Video interview of BC mother battling government agencies and police who refuse to allow her to access health care for her minor son who is at extreme risk due to drug addiction.

Feb 10, 2021. Mother and H. Ward. Youtube - (web video): "Interview with mother battling BC government agencies to get medical treatment for addicted teen" Kids First President Helen Ward has been assisting the family and personally witnessed the behaviour…

“MATURE MINOR” CONSENT laws and BC Infants Act: HELP FOR PARENTS

November 24, 2020Read and adapt this redacted letter to "health care providers" who allow minors to consent to or refuse health care without parental consent. Health care providers (in the BC Infants Act) includes anyone providing any therapy or preventative…

Daycare Subsidies: Aggregate Info From The BC Government

Daycare gets money even when kids are not there Get up to $4500 Cash Just to Apply Apply to Open a Daycare (plus other subsidies) Get Emergency Cash to Fix or Move Daycare Centres but not Children’s Homes Milking The…

Media Release: Ombuds office investigating BC MCFD child apprehension

KIDS FIRST PARENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA www.kidsfirstcanada.org  604-291-0088 MEDIA RELEASE Ombuds office investigating BC MCFD child apprehension West Kelowna - August 14, 2020 - The BC Office of the Ombudsperson has launched an investigation into the conduct of the Ministry of Child…

More Evidence That Child Protection Service Staff Abuse, Neglect, and Pose a Serious Risk to Children

July 15, 2020. CBC News - article: "Province admits harm in multimillion-dollar settlement with more than 100 victims of B.C. social worker: Proposed class action settlement would cover 102 victims of Robert Riley Saunders, could cost province $15M" Vulnerable children's…

Process for Child Protection Cases – BC

This manual details the legal processes used by MCFD and advises lawyers and parents: Sept 1, 2019. Law Society of British Columbia - (PDF) - "Practice Checklists Manual: Child, Family and Community Service Act" For original link see here (PDF)…