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Provides an overview of the child protection process for Aboriginal families
Lets Aboriginal parents know about their right to get legal advice if they're being investigated for a child protection matter
How to get a court-appointed lawyer for a complicated child protection hearing if you can't get legal aid but can't afford a lawyer.
Explains about child protection law and what you can do if the ministry takes your child from your home
Explains what happens if the ministry has concerns about your child's safety or plans to remove your child from your home
Explains what Aboriginal parents can do during a child protection investigation
Explains how a mediator can help you work with the ministry
Explains many of the court orders and hearings involved in child protection cases
Explains what delegated Aboriginal agencies are and their potential role in child protection matters
Explains how you can have your child stay with family or friends instead of going into foster care