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Early Years Survey

The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Service Administration Board (DSSMSSAB) is developing a plan to improve early years programs and services for young children and their parents in our service area. If you are a parent/caregiver of a child or children aged 0 to 8, we would like your feedback on the existing services and how we can make them better for you and your family. We have a brief survey about this. Could you please take a couple of minutes to help us by sharing your thoughts about the services?


Le conseil d’administration des services sociaux du district de Sault Ste. Marie (CASSDSSM) développe un plan pour améliorer les programmes et les services de la petite enfance pour les jeunes enfants et leurs parents dans la région desservie. Si vous êtes le parent d’un enfant ou de plusieurs enfants âgés entre 0 à 8 ans, nous aimerions vos rétroactions au sujet des services existants et comment on pourrait les améliorer pour vous et votre famille. Nous avons un bref sondage à ce sujet. Est-ce que vous pourriez prendre quelques minutes de votre temps pour nous aider en partageant vos idées au sujet de ces services?




Adoption is a Good Option (Sault Star Article November 4, 2016)

Children's Aid Societies across the province will be in high gear in November as they advocate for life-long relationships for children and youth in care during Adoption Awareness Month... Read More


Consider adopting older kids, says CAS (Sault Star Article February 11, 2014)

While the Children's Aid Society of Algoma recruits adoptive parents for both young and older children in care, CAS is encouraging prospective adoptive parents to consider taking in older children...  Read More



October is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Every October, the Society participates in the Purple Ribbon Campaign - an Ontario-wide public-awareness campaign for the prevention of child abuse and neglect.


  • To inform the public and community professionals in their duty to report child abuse and neglect
  • To inform the public and community professionals of the devastating effects of child abuse and neglect.
  • To make public and community professionals aware of the importance of early intervention and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
  • To focus on the work of Children’s Aid Societies in Ontario
  • To encourage individuals to support CASs and volunteer to work with a CAS