supportive family access program
ACCESS SUPPORTED CONNECTIONS
Fraser River Indigenous Society is an innovative multi- service agency working at all levels to provide permanency to Indigenous Children and Youth for the purposes of achieving reunification, physical permanency and relational permanency when reunification is not possible.
Fraser River Indigenous Society has established itself and this program as a relevant key service organization for Urban First Nations, Metis and Inuit families and individuals. Our program aims to enhance the capacity of Indigenous families in the Maple Ridge/ Pitt Meadows area to care for their children in a self-determined way.
FRIS embraces Cultural Safety as a measure to provide Indigenous families with a safe, supported and culturally relevant space in which healthy attachment can be fostered.
Empowering Indigenous parents through role modeling, strengths-based feedback, and opportunity to demonstrate increased parenting capacity.
Procedures for Assessing Covid 19 Risk
FRIS staff have a phone Pre check in system for visits. The check in will include a questionnaire that will determine immediate health risks. If the client or caregiver including the children, answers yes to any of the questions in the pre check in, then the visit will be rescheduled. If the answers to the questionnaire shows no risk, then the procedures to visit will follow.
FRIS will have in place procedures that will be handed out or verbalized to the families and posted before entering the room.
Family ACCESS Workers
Family Access Worker