S-4.2 - Act respecting health services and social services

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82. The mission of a child and youth protection centre is to offer in the region such psychosocial services, including social emergency services, as are required by the situation of a young person pursuant to the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1) and the Youth Criminal Justice Act (S.C. 2002, c. 1), and services for child placement, family mediation, expertise at the Superior Court on child custody, adoption, research into family and medical antecedents, and reunions.
To that end, every institution which operates such a centre shall ensure that the needs of the persons who require such services are assessed and that the services which these persons or their families require are offered to them either directly or through the centres, organizations or persons best suited to assist them.
1991, c. 42, s. 82; 2009, c. 45, s. 23; 2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 89.
82. The mission of a child and youth protection centre is to offer in the region such psychosocial services, including social emergency services, as are required by the situation of a young person pursuant to the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1) and the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Statutes of Canada, 2002, chapter 1), and services for child placement, family mediation, expertise at the Superior Court on child custody, adoption and biological history.
To that end, every institution which operates such a centre shall ensure that the needs of the persons who require such services are assessed and that the services which these persons or their families require are offered to them either directly or through the centres, organizations or persons best suited to assist them.
1991, c. 42, s. 82; 2009, c. 45, s. 23.
82. The mission of a child and youth protection centre is to offer in the region such psychosocial services, including social emergency services, as are required by the situation of a young person pursuant to the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1) and the Act respecting young offenders (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter Y-1), and services for child placement, family mediation, expertise at the Superior Court on child custody, adoption and biological history.
To that end, every institution which operates such a centre shall ensure that the needs of the persons who require such services are assessed and that the services which these persons or their families require are offered to them either directly or through the centres, organizations or persons best suited to assist them.
1991, c. 42, s. 82.