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Child Find Ontario

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Alternate Name Canadian Centre for Child Protection ; CCCP ; Centre for Child Protection ; CFO ; Commit to Kids ; Cyber Tips ; Cybert!p.ca ; Cybertip!ca ; Cybertip.ca ; Don't Get Sextorted ; DontGetSextorted.ca ; Kids in the Know ; Missingkids.ca ; Need Help Now ; NeedHelpNow.ca ; Ontario Child Find ; Protect Kids Online ; ProtectKidsOnline.ca
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Toronto
Address & Map
Toronto, ON
Canada
 
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Mailing Address c/o Canadian Centre for Child Protection; 615 Academy Rd 
Winnipeg, MB 
Canada R3N 0E7
Physical Access Not applicable
Description and Services
Description (Service) Promotes personal safety of children -- programs, services and resources to protect children and reduce victimization, available through affiliate Canadian Centre for Child Protection, including online resources for educators and parents with age-appropriate resources for pre-school to grade 8
  • MissingKids.ca -- online resource centre includes database of missing children in Canada * support to families in finding their missing child * educational and prevention materials
  • Commit to Kids, www.commit2kids.ca -- assists child-serving organizations in creating a safe environment * sexual abuse prevention
  • Cybertip!ca, www.cybertip.ca -- tipline for reporting online sexual exploitation of children * Self/Peer Exploitation Guides -- resource guides for schools and families * information for supporting youth when a sexual image or video has been created and shared with peers, reducing negative impact, and guidance to limit circulation
  • Don't Get Sextorted, DontGetSextorted.ca -- online resource for youth includes tips on safely responding to coercive behaviours * lesson for educator
  • Kids in the Know, www.kidsintheknow.ca -- interactive personal safety education program for children, works to reduce risk of sexual exploitation
  • NeedHelpNow.ca -- online information and resources for youth 13-17 years affected by self/peer exploitation incidents including sexting * practical steps to regain control of situation such as step-by-step information for contacting websites/online services to request image/video removal and sample complaints * guidance on safe adult involvement, self-care and recognizing when situation has gone too far
  • Protect Kids Online, ProtectKidsOnline.ca -- online comprehensive safety information for educators and parents on phone and online technologies
Visit website at protectchildren.ca for information and complete program listing in English and French
Hours Missing Children Toll Free Crisis Line -- Mon-Sun 24 hours
Areas Served Ontario
Boundaries Ontario
Eligibility Missing children up to 18 years * education and prevention resources available for educators, parents and the general public

Residency Requirements: Ontario
Application Families of missing children -- call, email or visit website MissingKids.ca
Languages English; French
Fees None
Service Categories Child Kidnapping Prevention ; Child Sexual Assault Prevention ; Child Sexual Exploitation Reporting ; Human Trafficking Prevention ~ Youth ; Internet Information Resources ~ Adolescents ; Internet Information Resources ~ Child Abduction/Parental Kidnapping Issues ; Internet Safety Education ; Missing Persons Location Assistance ~ Children ; Professional Skills Development Support ~ Child Welfare/Family Services Personnel
Contact Information
Office Phone 1-800-532-9135; Office: 1-800-532-9135
Toll Free Phone Don't Get Sextorted 1-866-658-9022
Crisis Phone Crisis 1-866-543-8477
E-Mail mail@childfindontario.ca
Website www.childfindontario.ca
Primary Contact Lianna McDonald, Executive Director

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