As First Nations people the Creator has entrusted us with the sacred responsibility for protecting all our children based on our customs, culture, values and beliefs.Mnaasged Child and Family Services aspires to meet this responsibility and to enhance the social harmony in our communities by implementing best practices and shared responsibility to support and improve the quality of life for our families now and for the next generations.
Kettle & Stony Point Mnaasged Child and Family Services is located in the heart of Kettle and Stony Point, which is fitting as their mandate says: “we are entrusted with the responsibility of protecting all of our children based on our culture, customs, values and beliefs.”
One of Mnaasged’s many roles in child and family services is to provide advocacy and assistance for children and families who are at risk (of violence, neglect or abuse) and who may become involved with CAS and/or the family court system.
Full listing of services is available to review at http://www.mnaasged.com/
Mnaasged means “Shining Bright Star” and is the name selected several years ago by local First Nation Child Services groups under the umbrella of the London District Chiefs Council when they came together to form their own child protection services organization. Native Child Prevention Programs began in the 1980’s to deliver prevention programs on local First Nations offering family support, child and youth programming and to provide counselling and advocacy for families at risk.
- Eva Bressette
- Cathy Wolfe
- Alice Shortt
- Kim Bressette
|Days Open:||Monday – Friday|
|Closed:||Lunch 12:00 to 1:00 | Statutory Holidays|
|Email:||By Request Only|
|Mailing Address:||9156 Tecumseh Lane, Kettle & Stony Point F.N., ON N0N 1J1|