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COVID-19 Public Notice

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Children’s Aid Societies and Indigenous Child and Family Well-Being Agencies in Ontario ARE continuing their child protection services. We are NOT closed. Although agencies across the province have modified their business practices to respond to health and safety concerns, their core protection services continue. If any member of the public or professional have a concern about the safety and/or well-being of a child or youth under 18, they should immediately contact their local Children’s Aid Societies or Indigenous Child and Family Well-Being Agency.

The health and well-being of our community, staff, caregivers and partners are our primary concern.  With the current outbreak of COVID-19, we continue to follow recommendations from public health officials, which includes physical infection prevention through social distancing practices.

In order to reduce person-to-person contact, our offices in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon will be closed from March 17 – April 3, 2020.  The agency’s services continue to remain open and all of our staff will be working remotely during this time and accessible via phone and email for urgent child protection matters.  Any meetings, events or conferences planned during this time period have been postponed. 

The public can still access child protection services at any time.  If you have any concerns about a child or youth, please contact us 24/7 at 905-363-6131.

We will be posting updates on social media as more information becomes available. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding. 


Note: We are currently in the process of revitalizing and updating our website.  In the meantime, we apologize for any outdated information you may find.  Stay tuned for the new and improved Peel CAS website coming this Spring!

About Us:

We believe that children belong at home and will do everything we can to keep families together. We work with parents, caregivers and other organizations to build a safe, strong community.  Our goal is to make the lives of children, youth and families better through their interaction with us. 

It’s a community responsibility to keep children safe. We receive many calls each year from concerned citizens, teachers, police, other agencies and health care professionals about children and families who may need help. When a family needs support, Peel CAS links them with a variety of community services. Together, Peel CAS and our partners work with children and families for a stronger, healthier community.

Were you a Crown ward at any time from the period January 1, 1966 until March 30, 2017? Click here for information on a class action on behalf of Crown Wards. 

Peel CAS and the child welfare sector are actively working with local Indigenous communities and organizations to reconcile with the affected First Nations, Metis, and Inuit families and individuals who received services during the Sixties Scoop. Click here for more information.

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