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The Foster Parents Society of Ontario (FPSO) is the dedicated voice of all Foster Families in Ontario. As a provincial association, the FPSO provides a strong, collective voice for local Foster Parents Associations to CAS agencies and the Ministry. This provides advocacy for foster families as well as the children in their care. FPSO is of the view that increasing positive outcomes for children in care is made possible by the many initiatives foster families undertake which nurture and strengthen relationships with foster children that last a lifetime   Foster Parents Society of Ontario

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The Canadian Foster Family Association is a national organization incorporated in 1987 with a mandate to speak as a collective voice for foster families throughout the country. Its primary goal is to enhance the quality of care provided to children in Canada. Entitlements of Foster Parents  Child Welfare League of Canada Child Welfare League of Canada       https://www.cwlc.ca/     https://www.cwlc.ca/ https://www.cwlc.ca/ Entitlements of Foster Parents Entitlements of Foster Parents  Entitlements of Foster Parents  


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The UFPCC (United Foster Parents of Canada Corporation) came into existence in 2000 as the "Legal Defence Fund of the Hastings Foster Parent Association" and was available only to Foster Parents working with the Hastings Children's Aid Society. Numerous other Foster Parent Associations throughout the province had their own independent defence funds, each offering limited assistance to their members. The founding members quickly realised that there was strength in numbers and that this service was something that would benefit ALL Canadian Foster Families, resulting in our name change and incorporation in November 2001.

The purpose of the UFPCC is to provide financial assistance and advice to our members when they are faced with a legal situation as a result of fostering. Currently we have eleven dedicated lawyers available at all times. Our membership fee is nominal and once you retire from fostering your membership transitions from Active to Retired. UFPCC

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