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The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society is dedicated to the well-being and safety of every child by advocating for, and partnering with, our children, families and communities.

The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society (WECAS) is excited about offering an innovative new audio podcast, Inspiring Community.  WECAS is very aware of the diverse, multi-faceted elements of our community that come together to support children, youth and families as they celebrate success and rise to overcome significant financial, social and mental health challenges.  Hosts Mike Clark and Tina Allen will be reaching out to many of WECAS’ community partners and resource organizations to provide insight and helpful suggestions.  These will in turn provide a tool kit for listeners to apply in terms of managing parenting issues, financial strain, strengthening relationships, self-care and so much more.  Join us as we look at new ways to reach for a better tomorrow.  >>> Listen on Apple/Google Podcasts, Spotify or Podbean


We’re OPEN!

We are open and available to provide service to our community. The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society is committed to the health and wellbeing of its staff, partners, children, youth and families that we serve. Currently, there is no requirement to wear a mask within the WECAS buildings, however, we ask that visitors not attend the building if they have any symptoms of an illness (not related to other known causes or conditions).

Interested in Volunteering?

Are you looking for a way to make an impact? Have rewarding experiences? Being appreciated for being yourself? Please email volunteer services — to inquire into volunteer opportunities.

Adoption Disclosure

If you are looking for Adoption Disclosure Information, click here for more information and forms.

Child Welfare Apologizes

Child Welfare apologizes to Indigenous Families and Communities. Read more here.