Aboriginal Child Protection Process (flow chart)

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This poster gives a step-by-step overview of the Aboriginal child protection process and the rights of Aboriginal children and families. The poster:
  • informs Aboriginal parents of their right to get a lawyer as soon as they've been contacted by the Ministry of Children and Family Development (or an Aboriginal delegated agency) about a child protection issue,
  • includes how to contact legal aid to find out if you qualify for a free lawyer.

This flow chart also appears in Parents' Rights, Kids' Rights, which has a chapter for Aboriginal families. It's been updated to conform to the new BC Family Law Act (March 18, 2013).

Note: If printing, use 11x17 paper.

See also: Understanding Aboriginal Child Protection/Removal Matters, Understanding Court Orders and Hearings, Understanding Aboriginal Delegated Agencies, Aboriginal Child Protection Wallet Card

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