Peguis was integrated with Anishinaabe Child and Family Services from 1980 to 1987. In 1987 the communities of Fisher River, Jackhead, Dakota Tipi and Peguis became mandated as Intertribal Child and Family Services. After years of negotiations between Federal and Provincial governments and Chief and Council, Peguis Child and Family Services Board of Directors proceeded to become autonomous Agency. On April 1, 1999 Peguis Child and Family Services was mandated as an Agency under the Child and Family Services Act of Manitoba.
Our mission is to provide child protection and family services to Peguis First Nation membership and to all other nations that may request our services.
Our vision of success is a community where each and every person is strong, healthy, empowered and engaged; enjoying an enhanced quality of life.
The goal of the Agency is to establish a credible First Nations Child Welfare Agency which maintains and strengthens the family unit and recognizes the importance of the Child’s cultural heritage, identity and sense of belonging to their families and community as a whole.
The objective of Peguis Child and Family Services is to provide competent and supportive services to families and their children, including members of our community on and off reserve, and those families that choose Peguis Child and Family Services as their service provider.
Intake and Afterhours Program
SDM Assesment Program
Child Abuse Investigation Program
Foster Care Services
Services to Families
Differential Response – Family Enhancement
Peguis Main Office:
Phone: (204) 645-2049
Toll free: 1-877-777-2049
Fax: (204) 645-2558
Unit 1 – 1349 Border Street
Phone: (204) 632-5404
Fax: (204) 632-7226