Aboriginal Healing Foundation - mission is to encourage and support Aboriginal people in building and reinforcing sustainable healing processes that address the legacy of Physical Abuse and Sexual Abuse in the Residential School system, including intergenerational impacts.
Adoption Institute (US) - mission is to provide leadership that improves adoption laws, policies and practices - through sound research, education and advocacy - in order to better the lives of everyone touched by adoption.
Adoption Council of Canada – the umbrella organization for adoption in Canada; raises public awareness of adoption, promotes placement of waiting children and stresses the importance of post-adoption services.
CANADEM - a non-profit agency dedicated to advancing international peace and security through the recruitment, screening, promotion and rapid mobilization of Canadian expertise.
Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness - for the prevention of child abuse and adult victimization; established to assist Canadians affected by the life-long trauma of abuse—and to educate the public about the detrimental role abuse plays in our society.
Canadian Child Care Federation - is committed to excellence in early learning and child care (ELCC). The CCCF focuses on improving the quality of ELCC in Canada – whether in family child care, centrebased settings or school-aged care - and continually works to address the needs and issues of children and families.
Canadian Association of Social Workers – As a federation of nine provincial and one territorial social work organizations, the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) provides a national leadership role in strengthening and advancing the social work profession in Canada.
Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development - Their mission is to improve the knowledge of the social and emotional development of young children.
Centre of Excellence for Children and Adolescents with Special Needs - committed to ensuring that young people with special needs living in rural and northern communities receive the best services Canada has to offer.
Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement - finds, describes and builds models of effective strategies for engaging youth in meaningful participation and making healthy decisions for healthy living.
Council of Canadian Child and Youth Care Associations - The Council is the national networking organization representing the profession in Canada.
Dalhousie University - School of Social Work – The School offers BSW and MSW degrees, both accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work. The School also offers a diversified Continuing Education program. The School launched a National Distance Delivery Mode effective September 2001, for both the BSW and MSW degrees.
Foster Adopt Winning Kids - The intent of this web site is to encourage people in Eastern Ontario, Canada to join a team of one thousand (1000) foster parents in fostering the children and youth in care in our region. This web site also hopes to attract interest in adopting children in Eastern Ontario who need permanent, adoptive homes.
Foster Parent Community - Training; share information between foster, adoptive families, and all other professions working with abused and neglected children.
Human Rights Internet - dedicated to the empowerment of human rights activists and organizations, and to the education of governmental and intergovernmental agencies and officials and other actors in the public and private sphere, on human rights issues and the role of civil society.
Invest in Kids - dedicated to helping parents become the parents they want and need to be. By translating the science of parenting and child development into engaging, easy-to-understand, relevant resources for parents and professionals, Invest in Kids aims to strengthen the parenting knowledge, skills and confidence of all those who touch the lives of our youngest children to ensure the healthy social, emotional and intellectual development of children from birth to age five.
Memorial University’s School of Social Work – Located in Newfoundland
Open Minds - Our mission is to provide behavioural health & social service payers, consumer associations, & service providers, with the management knowledge needed to improve their efficiency & effectiveness in order to better serve consumers.
OPTIONS: Services to Communities Society - committed to empowering individuals, supporting families and promoting community health through a wide variety of programs and projects. These consist of Family and Child Services; Youth Services; Women's Services; Housing and Shelter Services; Mental Health Services; Multicultural Services and Child Care Services.
Renison College School of Social Work (University of Waterloo) - prepares generalist social work practitioners through an accessible and inclusive baccalaureate curriculum in a learning environment that fosters caring and competent social work practice within regional, national and international contexts and embraces principles of justice, equality and respect for diversity.
United Nations Association in Canada - Our mandate is to engage the Canadian public in the work of the United Nations and the critical international issues which affect us all. CWLC is a member.
World Women's Summit Foundation (WWSF) - a humanitarian, non-governmental and international, non-confessional and non-profit organization with United Nations consultative status (ECOSOC, UNFPA and DPI), works for a new development paradigm with and for women and children.
Youth Privacy - Because young Canadians are among the most wired in the world. Many think that the Net is private – that people like family members and teachers can’t see what is being done. Check out this web site to learn about how people can capture information that’s online and use it for their own purposes. You can also learn how to protect your information so it can’t be used without you knowing about it. (Privcacy Commissioner of Canada)