What is the Youth Advisory Council?
The Kw’umut Lelum Youth Advisory Council (KLYAC) is made up of former and current youth in care between the ages of 18 and 24 from our nine Member Nations. The purpose of the KLYAC is to act as mentors to other youth transitioning into adulthood. The KLYAC also provides an opportunity for current and former youth in care to network with one another. Read more
Kw'umut Lelum Applauds Ruling for Indigenous Children
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) today ruled that compensation should be awarded to First Nations children and youth, as well as parents and grandparents, for removals of children which were due to poverty, lack of housing, where all measures were not taken to keep them with their families and communities, or where children had to be put in care to access needed medical and therapeutic services. Read more
Legalization of Cannabis: What Caregivers Need to Know
With legalization of cannabis being implemented across Canada, Kw'umut Lelum wants our families and caregivers to understand what this means to child safety and to the safeguarding of our children in care. Read more
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
Snaw-Naw-As Family Gathering
Snaw-Naw-As Youth Centre, Lantzville from 10:30am - 1:00pm See Details
Stz’uminus Family Gathering -
10:30am-1:00pm. Kw'umut Lelum Office (5091 Jones Rd. Ladysmith).
Snuneymuxw Family Gathering - 10:30am-1:00pm. Kw'umut Lelum Office (5091 Jones Rd. Ladysmith).
Kw'umut Lelum Child and Family Services is a fully Delegated Aboriginal Agency (DAA) under the Child,
Family and Community Services Act.
We provide a continuum of services and programs to promote safe and healthy families from Early Childhood Education, to Guardianship and Residential "Le’lumilh" services.
Kw'umut Lelum is a full service family services agency dedicated to continuous quality improvement
and community involvement. Read more...