2016-2017 Annual Report
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Performance Indicators 2016 & 2017
Bruce Grey Child and Family Services achieves its mission by providing quality supports, and protection services. We have been working with our provincial child welfare agencies to make our service results transparent to our community. We are proud to participate in the publication of five key performance indicators, and affirm our commitment to “be a trusted community presence and work in partnership for best outcomes” *.
We welcome the opportunity to tell you more about the good work that we do on behalf of children and families in Bruce and Grey.
Don Moore, Board President
Phyllis, Lovell, Chief Executive Officer
*2013-2017 Strategic Plan: Strategic Direction (4)
PRIORITY WORKING PLAN 2016-2017
Priority Working Plan 2016-17
2014-2015 Annual General Meeting Report
BGCFS Financial Statement SIGNED -March 31 2016
Publically Reported Performance Indicators – Southwest_March 31 2016 REV
Bruce Grey Child and Family Services welcomed the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in December 2015
We are committed to the Truth and Reconciliation’s call to action. We work in close partnership with the Chippewa’s of Nawash and Saugeen 29 First Nation. We collaborate with M’Wikwedong, Native Cultural Resource Center and the Great Lake Métis Council. Our obligation is to provide service that is based on respect and an awareness of our role in a tragic history. We share the community’s hope for the future of indigenous children that includes respect and a world free from racism. Bruce Grey Child and Family Services welcome the decision of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. Please take a moment to read about the importance and impact of this decision on the rights and entitlements of indigenous children in Canada.
Bruce Grey Child and Family Services Poverty Report Analysis prepared by Watson & Associates
BGCFS_Poverty_Report May 20 2015
Bruce Grey Child and Family Services Property Plan Analysis
prepared by Watson & Associates