We work in partnership with community to support and strengthen families to ensure the well-being of children and youth. We commit to these values to guide our decisions and our actions.
We believe that all children and youth have a right to safe, secure and nurturing environments. Our decisions, planning and priorities are guided by this fundamental core.
CFS Central Manitoba acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional gathering place of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene people and the traditional homeland of the Métis people. We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.
Our Vision and Values
Child & Family Services of Central Manitoba works in partnership with communities to support and strengthen families, and ensure the well-being of children and youth. We commit to these values to guide our decisions and our actions.
Safe and Secure Children & Youth
We believe that all youth have a right to safe, secure and nurturing environments. Our decisions, planning and priorities are guided by this fundamental bcore.
Family and Child Centered
We are focused on family and child centred services that respect autonomy and support parent empowerment and self-determination.
Transparent and Accountable
We value integrity and are honest, fair and respectful in our interactions.
Inclusive & Accessible
We are community oriented. Continuing to honour the diversity of the people and the communities we serve.
We’re committed to innovation and creativity that will optimize our resources to support knowledge regarding best practice, and maintain a high standard of service.
We are fiscally responsible and transparent and accept the challenge of reconciling funding received with program needs.
In addition through funding raised privately by the CFS Central Manitoba Foundation, we are able to offer several programs to assist children to access recreational, social and educational programs.
You can play a very important role in a child’s future by becoming a foster parent and helping to provide for children when they are unable to remain in their homes. We need community members.
Equal Access & Participation
CFS Central Manitoba is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for all people, regardless of their abilities by meeting requirements of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act.
If you need more help, please contact our office at 204-857-8751 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or need this information in an alternate format, please contact the Manitoba Accessibility Office.
Offre Active / Active Offer
Les services seront fournis en français sur demande.
Le Règlement 199/255 de la Loi sur les régies de services à l’enfant et à la famille exige que toutes les régies de services à l’enfant et à la famille et tous les organismes sous leur autorité présentent un plan annuel de mise en œuvre des services en langue française. La Régie générale des services à l’enfant et à la famille a préparé un plan de mise en œuvre des services en langue française qui répond aux attentes formulées dans le Règlement. Le plan fixe des objectifs précis pour chacun des points suivants : offre active, formation, gouvernance et coordination, rapport sur les progrès accomplis; ententes de partenariats communautaires.
Services will be provided in French on request.
Regulation 199/255, pursuant to The Child and Family Services Authorities Act, requires all Child and Family Services authorities to complete multi-year and annual French language strategic (FLS) plans in accordance with the expectations set out in the Regulation. The General Authority FLS plan sets out specific goals in each of the following areas: active offer, training, governance and co-ordination, reporting progress and establishing community partnerships.