204-988-7440(in Winnipeg) 1-800-263-7146(Manitoba calls only)

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You have the right:

  • to contact the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth
  • to know who your social worker is and how to contact them
  • to speak to your social worker on a regular basis
  • to know your care plan and to ask for a written copy of the plan
  • to be involved in your care plan and to participate in the decisions being made about you
  • if you are over 12 years old, to attend court hearings and talk to the judge about the plan being made for you
  • to have information about you kept confidential

Children and youth also have universal rights set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Click to?download a printable poster).

Click below to learn about your rights at school, on the job, in your family and more:

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