Our Commitment to Equity at Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto
The Catholic Children’s Aid Society created the following as a policy statement in 2018, and we felt it was important to share our stance with...READ MORE
Children’s Aid Societies and Indigenous Child and Family Well-Being Agencies in Ontario are essential workplaces and the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto is continuing to provide services to our children,...READ MORE
Black History Month is…
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the resiliency, contributions and achievements of Black people all over the world, throughout history to present day.
Black History Month is a...READ MORE
On January 1, 2020, Part X of the Child, Youth, and Family Services Act comes into force, creating a new access and privacy framework for Ontario’s child and family services sector. The Information and Privacy...READ MORE
CCAS has moved to one location: 2206 Eglinton Ave. E in Toronto.
Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto
2206 Eglinton Ave E.,
Toronto, ON M1L 4S7
Child Protection Services –...READ MORE
Child Welfare Performance Indicators: Improving transparency and services to children, youth and families
The performance indicators (PI’s) project is a province-wide initiative designed to help Children’s Aid...READ MORE
Knowledgeable, Responsive and Supportive Care
When responding to disclosure requests, we consider both confidentiality policies and a client's right to access personal information.
Current Children and Youth in Care:
A great number of our cases involve families living in poverty, which can have a devastating effect on a parent’s ability to manage and provide appropriate care for their children. Too often, it’s the...
Specialized care and approach that fosters a sense of belonging
The CCAS Special Needs Team is committed to providing a quality of care to children and youth with special needs that values inclusion, belonging, and...READ MORE
Links to Community Partners
CCAS believes in the value of partnership. We work with many community organizations to provide social services that protect children and strengthen family life. Here is a...
The Pape Adolescent Resource Centre, (PARC) is a preparation for independence program serving youth in care and former youth in care of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, (CAST), the Catholic Children’s Aid Society,...READ MORE
Each Saturday, CCAS operates child access programs for children and families who receive service from our offices. The Child Access Program gives children in care and their families a safe and supportive environment to...READ MORE
Effective advocacy makes all the difference
|Advocating for Academic Success
|CCAS Child and Youth Services staff provide a range of critical services and supports to help youth transition from CCAS care to independent living. Our supportive services include:
What is a Family Group Conference (FGC)?
- Family group conferencing brings your family members, friends, and others who care about you and your child(ren) together to plan for the safety and well-being of your...
Thank you for visiting the Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto's (CCAS) website. This website provides users the opportunity to learn about and contribute to the...
|CCAS's Pastoral Consultant supports the Catholic Children’s Aid Society’s mission by providing spiritual support that draws on the resources of our Catholic Faith. The Consultant provides short-term...|
As of January 1, 2018, the increase in the Age of Protection for 16 and 17 years olds comes into effect. The Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (CYFSA) will govern a range of service sectors in addition to child...READ MORE
Are you a survivor of the Sixties' Scoop seeking access to your records with CCAS?
Between 1965 and 1984, thousands of Indigenous children were removed from their homes and placed with non-Indigenous families. Those...READ MORE
CCAS programs and services are designed to meet the needs of the Catholic families and children living in Toronto. If you are a part of the community that we serve and if your employer requires of you to submit a Child...READ MORE
In 2010, the Ontario Government issued two directives for all Broader Public Sector (BPS) organizations — a Procurement Directive and an Expenses Directive. BPS organizations are publicly funded organizations that...READ MORE
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Protecting our Children
CCAS programs and services are designed to meet the needs of the Catholic families and children living in Toronto. We are mandated by the Child and Family Services Act of Ontario to investigate...READ MORE
Domenic Gratta, M.S.W., R. S. W.
Director of Service
Director of Finance, Administration and I.T.
Renu Manocha, CHRL,
Protecting children and strengthening families
The Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CCAS) has been protecting children from physical, emotional, sexual abuse and neglect for more than 110 years. Mandated...READ MORE
CCAS employs a variety of research and evaluating methods in delivering and developing quality services for children and families. Our Quality Assurance Department is committed to participating in and facilitating...READ MORE
Concerns and Complaints
At CCAS, we are committed to offering the best possible services to the children and families we serve. If you have a concern about the services you have sought or received from...