I understand that:
- The primary focus of Brothers in Arms is to facilitate quality relationship between the volunteer and the young person.
- Brothers in Arms volunteers are taught in relationship building and not in social work or counselling. Therefore the volunteer’s role is not to replace a counsellor, social worker, or caregiver for the young person.
- If Brothers in Arms is made aware of any Care & Protection concerns to the young person, Brothers in Arms will seek to share the information with the referring party.
- Where legally able, and where helpful for BIA or the BIA volunteer, the referring party will disclose information pertinent to the young person involved with BIA.