IS HOW WE WORK
Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society (FVACFSS) provides culturally appropriate and holistic services through prevention, community development and child welfare programs to Aboriginal children, youth and their families residing on and off reserve throughout the Fraser Valley.
We advance our inherent right to provide a healthy, safe and nurturing environment for all our Indigenous children and families living within our Stó:lô xaxa temexw.
We endeavour to ensure the safety and well-being of children by working with and supporting all Indigenous families while respecting their cultural diversity.
OUR CORE VALUES
Ey te mot, ey te thale, ey te sqwalewel
“With a good mind, a good heart, and good feelings”
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FVACFSS is a non-profit service delivery organization incorporated under the Societies Act. FVACFSS is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of nine (9) members who are elected by members of our Stakeholder community at the annual general assembly.
The primary responsibility of the Board is to ensure the affairs of FVACFSS are conducted according to its Constitution and Bylaws, and in a manner that fulfills the purposes of the organization as a provincially delegated Aboriginal child and family service agency.
President / Chairperson
Billi Jo Pike
As part of FVACFSS’s commitment to Aboriginal people and communities, we have implemented a complaint resolution process to resolve child welfare issues in a fair, honest and open manner.
We’re here to help. Read below for an overview of each complaint resolution option.