Welcome to Highland shores children's aid

The Society protects and cares for vulnerable children and youth in the counties of Hastings, Northumberland and Prince Edward and provides programs and services that help to empower them and their families. 


Class Action on Behalf of Crown Wards


J.J. Kelso Outstanding Leadership in Child Welfare Award »

The Board of Directors of Highland Shores Children’s Aid Society wishes to recognize individuals, groups or organizations who have made outstanding contributions in the field of child welfare in our community. (Read more..).


Interested in volunteering as a Community Member on our Service & Administration Committee? »

Highland Shores Children’s Aid is recruiting up to two community members to be a member of their Service & Administration Committee for a one-year term.


National Child Day Recognized on November 20 – Celebrating Children’s Rights »

Human rights are basic standards to which each of us is entitled. Children are no different. (read more...)


International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women »

The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is November 25, 2019

Child Welfare Data Results

The Highland Shores Children's Aid (HSCA) Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) is made up of two staff and several youth currently in the care of the Society. They work to represent and support youth by bringing forward ideas and suggestions to the HSCA Board of Directors and by holding monthly meetings which are attended by a Board member liaison. Youth currently in the care of Highland Shores Children's Aid, or formerly in our care, who would like to connect to a YAC member can do so via this email address: YAC@highlandshorescas.com.

Use Your Voice... We Will Listen.

Child Welfare Data Results

The child welfare sector of Ontario is committed to using data to continuously improve the services it provides to children and families. Click here to go through the journey of what a "performance indicator" is in the context of child welfare, why performance indicators are important and the next steps of the Performance Indicator Project.

Collecting Data

Children's Aid Societies in Ontario are collecting data to measure their performance in various areas of child welfare. This data assists us in our efforts to continuously improve the services we provide to children and families and increases accountability and transparency with regard to the work we do. Click here to look at our performance data at Highland Shores.

Yes, You Can.

Dispelling the myths about sharing information with a CAS