P-34.1 - Youth Protection Act

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54. The director may propose as voluntary measures that may be included in an agreement
(a)  that the child remain with his family and that the child’s parents report periodically to the director on the measures they apply in their own regard or in their child’s regard to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(b)  that the child and the child’s parents undertake to take an active part in the application of the measures designed to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(c)  that the parents ensure that the child not come into contact with certain persons or that certain persons not come into contact with the child;
(d)  that the child undertake not to come into contact with certain persons;
(e)  that the parents entrust the child to other persons;
(e.1)  that the parents entrust the child to a kinship foster family chosen by the institution operating the child and youth protection centre;
(f)  that a person working for an institution or body provide aid, counselling or assistance to the child and the child’s family;
(g)  that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a hospital centre or a local community service centre or to another body so that he may receive the care and assistance he needs;
(h)  that the child or the child’s parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director to inform him of the current situation;
(i)  that the parents ensure that the child receive health services required by his situation;
(j)  that the parents entrust the child for a fixed period to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or to a foster family, chosen by the institution operating a child and youth protection centre;
(k)  that the parents ensure that the child attend a school or another place of learning or participate in a program geared to developing skills and autonomy and that the child undertake to do so;
(l)  that the parents undertake to ensure that the child attend a childcare establishment.
For the purposes of this section, the director must, whenever possible, call upon persons or bodies active in the community where the child lives. He must also ensure that the required services are provided to the child or to the child’s parents for the implementation of the voluntary measures.
Where the director proposes that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or a hospital centre, he must specify whether or not foster care is required.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13; 1984, c. 4, s. 28; 1992, c. 21, s. 225, s. 375; 1994, c. 35, s. 34; 2006, c. 34, s. 29; 2017, c. 182017, c. 18, s. 31.
54. The director may propose as voluntary measures that may be included in an agreement
(a)  that the child remain with his family and that the child’s parents report periodically to the director on the measures they apply in their own regard or in their child’s regard to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(b)  that the child and the child’s parents undertake to take an active part in the application of the measures designed to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(c)  that the parents ensure that the child not come into contact with certain persons or that certain persons not come into contact with the child;
(d)  that the child undertake not to come into contact with certain persons;
(e)  that the parents entrust the child to other persons;
(f)  that a person working for an institution or body provide aid, counselling or assistance to the child and the child’s family;
(g)  that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a hospital centre or a local community service centre or to another body so that he may receive the care and assistance he needs;
(h)  that the child or the child’s parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director to inform him of the current situation;
(i)  that the parents ensure that the child receive health services required by his situation;
(j)  that the parents entrust the child for a fixed period to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or to a foster family, chosen by the institution operating a child and youth protection centre;
(k)  that the parents ensure that the child attend a school or another place of learning or participate in a program geared to developing skills and autonomy and that the child undertake to do so;
(l)  that the parents undertake to ensure that the child attend a childcare establishment.
For the purposes of this section, the director must, whenever possible, call upon persons or bodies active in the community where the child lives. He must also ensure that the required services are provided to the child or to the child’s parents for the implementation of the voluntary measures.
Where the director proposes that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or a hospital centre, he must specify whether or not foster care is required.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13; 1984, c. 4, s. 28; 1992, c. 21, s. 225, s. 375; 1994, c. 35, s. 34; 2006, c. 34, s. 29.
54. The director may propose as voluntary measures that may be included in an agreement
(a)  that the child remain with his family and that the child’s parents report periodically to the director on the measures they apply in their own regard or in their child’s regard to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(b)  that the child and the child’s parents undertake to take an active part in the application of the measures designed to put an end to the situation in which the security or development of the child is in danger;
(c)  that the parents ensure that the child not come into contact with certain persons or that certain persons not come into contact with the child;
(d)  that the child undertake not to come into contact with certain persons;
(e)  that the parents entrust the child to other persons;
(f)  that a person working for an institution or body provide aid, counselling or assistance to the child and the child’s family;
(g)  that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a hospital centre or a local community service centre or to another body so that he may receive the care and assistance he needs;
(h)  that the child or the child’s parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director to inform him of the current situation;
(i)  that the parents ensure that the child receive health services required by his situation;
(j)  that the parents entrust the child for a fixed period to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or to a foster family, chosen by the institution operating a child and youth protection centre;
(k)  that the parents ensure that the child attend a place of learning other than a school and that the child undertake to do so.
For the purposes of this section, the director must, whenever possible, call upon persons or bodies active in the community where the child lives. He must also ensure that the required services are provided to the child or to the child’s parents for the implementation of the voluntary measures.
Where the director proposes that the parents entrust the child to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or a hospital centre, he must specify whether or not foster care is required.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13; 1984, c. 4, s. 28; 1992, c. 21, s. 225, s. 375; 1994, c. 35, s. 34.
54. The director may recommend the following in particular, as voluntary measures:
(a)  that the child remain in his family environment and that his parents present a report periodically on the measures they apply in their own or in their child’s regard to correct a previous situation;
(a.1)  that the parents commit themselves to participating actively in applying the measures intended to correct the situation;
(b)  that certain persons refrain from coming into contact with the child;
(b.1)  that the child commit himself not to come into contract with certain persons;
(c)  that the child be entrusted to other persons;
(d)  that a person working for an institution or body provide aid, counsel or assistance to the child and his family;
(e)  refer the child to an institution operating a hospital centre or a local community service centre or to a body in order that he may there receive the care and assistance he may need;
(f)  that the child or his parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director and inform him on the progress of the situation;
(g)  that the child receive certain health services;
(h)  that the child be entrusted for a fixed period to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or reception centre or to a foster family, as chosen by the institution operating the child and youth protection centre or the social service centre;
(i)  (subparagraph repealed);
(j)  that the child follow a course of training but not at school.
When he recommends the application of voluntary measures, the director must, as far as possible, call upon persons or bodies working in the natural environment of the child.
Where the director recommends that the child be entrusted to an institution operating a rehabilitation centre, a reception centre or a hospital centre, he shall specify whether or not foster care is required.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13; 1984, c. 4, s. 28; 1992, c. 21, s. 225, s. 375.
54. The director may recommend the following in particular, as voluntary measures:
(a)  that the child remain in his family environment and that his parents present a report periodically on the measures they apply in their own or in their child’s regard to correct a previous situation;
(a.1)  that the parents commit themselves to participating actively in applying the measures intended to correct the situation;
(b)  that certain persons refrain from coming into contact with the child;
(b.1)  that the child commit himself not to come into contract with certain persons;
(c)  that the child be entrusted to other persons;
(d)  that a person working for an establishment or body provide aid, counsel or assistance to the child and his family;
(e)  refer the child to a hospital centre, a local community service centre or to a body in order that he may there receive the care and assistance he may need;
(f)  that the child or his parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director and inform him on the progress of the situation;
(g)  that the child receive certain health services;
(h)  that the child be entrusted for a fixed period to a reception centre of foster family chosen by the social service centre;
(i)  (subparagraph repealed);
(j)  that the child follow a course of training but not at school.
When he recommends the application of voluntary measures, the director must, as far as possible, call upon persons or bodies working in the natural environment of the child.
Where the director recommends that the child be entrusted to a reception centre or hospital centre, he shall specify whether or not foster care is required.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13; 1984, c. 4, s. 28.
54. The director may recommend the following in particular, as voluntary measures:
(a)  that the child remain in his family environment and that his parents present a report periodically on the measures they apply in their own or in their child’s regard to correct a previous situation;
(b)  that certain persons refrain from coming into contact with the child;
(c)  that the child be entrusted to other persons;
(d)  that a person working for an establishment or body provide aid, counsel or assistance to the child and his family;
(e)  refer the child to a hospital centre, a local community service centre or to a body in order that he may there receive the care and assistance he may need;
(f)  that the child or his parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director and inform him on the progress of the situation;
(g)  that the child receive certain health services;
(h)  that the child be entrusted for a fixed period to a reception centre of foster family chosen by the social service centre;
(i)  that the child execute minor tasks or render an appropriate service to the community;
(j)  that the child follow a course of training but not at school.
When he recommends the application of voluntary measures, the director must, as far as possible, call upon persons or bodies working in the natural environment of the child.
1977, c. 20, s. 54; 1981, c. 2, s. 13.
54. The director may recommend the following as voluntary measures:
(a)  that the child remain in his family environment and that his parents present a report periodically on the measures they apply in their own or in their child’s regard to correct a previous situation;
(b)  that certain persons refrain from coming into contact with the child;
(c)  that the child be entrusted to other persons;
(d)  that a person working for an establishment or body provide aid, counsel or assistance to the child and his family;
(e)  refer the child to a hospital centre, a local community service centre or to a body in order that he may there receive the care and assistance he may need;
(f)  that the child or his parents report in person, at regular intervals, to the director and inform him on the progress of the situation;
(g)  that the child receive certain health services;
(h)  that the child be entrusted for a fixed period to a reception centre or foster family chosen by the social service centre;
(i)  that the child execute minor tasks or render an appropriate service to the community;
(j)  that the child follow a course of training but not at school.
When he recommends the application of voluntary measures, the director must, as far as possible, call upon persons or bodies working in the natural environment of the child.
1977, c. 20, s. 54.