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Who can make a referral?

For a case to qualify for the ADR process and receive the MCCSS funding available through ADR-Link, there must be a clear decision that a court intervention is being considered, is pending or is in progress, and come from one of the eight Children’s Aid Societies or ten First Nation communities in the South West Region of Ontario.

First Nation communities and Children’s Aid Societies that can make a referral:

  • Bruce-Grey Children’s Aid Society
  • Chatham-Kent Children’s Aid Society
  • Elgin-St. Thomas Children’s Aid Society
  • Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society
  • London-Middlesex Children’s Aid Society
  • Oxford Children’s Aid Society
  • Sarnia-Lambton Children’s Aid Society
  • Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society
  • Aamjiwnaang First Nation (Chippewas of Sarnia)
  • Caldwell First Nation
  • Chippewas of Nawash First Nation
  • Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation
  • Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
  • Delaware Nation Moravian of the Thames
  • Munsee Delaware Nation
  • Oneida Nation of the Thames
  • Saugeen First Nation
  • Walpole Island First Nation

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