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What is the Child Protection Branch

The Child Protection Branch is the government office that monitors and oversees the entire range of child and family services. It provides funding for all the services that are provided by Authorities and agencies (except for services delivered within First Nation reserve communities which are funded by the federal government). The Child Protection Branch also provides other services, including post-adoption services, the adoption registry, the Child Abuse Registry and other registries. It also licenses residential care facilities for children and licenses adoption agencies. The Child Protection Branch is a place where you can call to bring concerns or complaints related to the CFS system.

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