The agency has named a 14-member board of directors after being overseen by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services since last October.
The province stepped in when the CAS announced it would close last December because of a $1.3-million deficit and a debt-load of close to $1 million.
Interim executive-director Larry Marshall says Huron-Perth was among a number of Children's Aid Societies across the province facing fiscal challenges.
He says ministry personnel helped balance the Huron-Perth agency's budget before returning the agency to community control.
The new Board will be confirmed at the society's annual general meeting on Sept. 20.(CFOS)