Community Development

CCWS focuses on creating educational and healing spaces that deal with a range of topics for child welfare survivors, primarily Black, Indigenous, and racialized youth between the ages of 12-25.

We also engage in broader public educational workshops for various stakeholders, including post-secondary institutions, which discuss various topics relevant to child welfare survivorship such as transracial adoptive harm reduction, and critical/decolonial approaches to understanding child welfare. 

*At this time CCWS is not providing community spaces, running workshops, or giving talks until January 2022.*