Resolving Service Complaints

The Children's Aid Society of London & Middlesex is committed to offering the best possible services to children, youth and families. If you have a concern or complaint about service, we want to work with you to resolve the issue.

Informal Complaints

The most direct and efficient way to resolve the issue is to discuss your concern/complaint directly with your worker (or his/her supervisor or other contact person). Informal complaints do not need to be in writing.

Formal Complaints

CAS has a formal complaint process. Formal complaints must be in writing. Please see below for Procedure Brochures and Written Complaint Form. If you require assistance with putting your concern/complaint in writing, we suggest you ask a family member, trusted friend or other community agency.

Procedure Brochures for:
Children & Youth in Care of CASLM
- Families Receiving Services from CASLM
- Referral Sources & Community Partners 

Form in English and French for making a complaint to a children's aid society's Internal Complaints Review Panel (ICRP) about a service sought or received from a society.
Click here to access the government WRITTEN COMPLAINT FORM in PDF - Number 006-3249E. 
Choisissez "Français" en haut à droite de la page pour changer de langue.

Click here for further instructions on how to download a free version of Adobe Acrobat for PDFs.  Let us know if you cannot access brochures or forms by contacting [email protected] or 519-455-9000. Thank you. 

Rights and Responsibilities - A Guide for Children & Youth in Care

- The Ombudsman Ontario Children and Youth Unit is available to assist with unresolved complaints. Services are offered in French. Link to their Resources for Young People in Care - brochures and videos.

- Concerns/complaints regarding issues decided by the Court or that are currently before the Court fall under the Labour Relations Act are not eligible for review.

- The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB) conducts reviews and hearings on a number of matters that affect children, youth and families in Ontario.

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