The Child Youth and Community Tribunal (CYCT) offers children and young people in need or in trouble the opportunity to have their case heard outside of a court environment.

See also Children’s Convenor

The new Children Law reflects todayÕs modern society, catering for the wide range of families that exist today. There are two new Laws, The Children (Guernsey and Alderney) Law 2008 (known as the Children Law) and The Criminal Justice (Children and Juvenile Court Reform) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law 2008 (known as the Criminal Law).

Home visits if child needs a dressing, injection, etc.

Responsible for considering cases where there is concern about a child or young person. If the Convenor decides that grounds set out in the law may be met, the case can be referred to the Child Youth and Community Tribunal.

See also Child Youth and Community Tribunal

The School Children’s Dental Service provides a dedicated dental service for pre-school and school age children with particular needs. A full range of dental treatment (including orthodontic treatment) is available for those eligible to use the service.

The Guernsey Contraceptive Service is a confidential service available to everyone but with focus on young people. Service includes: contraceptive advice and supplies, emergency contraception, STI screening, smears, HIV testing and pregnancy testing.

See also Family Planning Service

The Citizens Advice Service provides free, independence, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. General advice available without appointment by phone or in person. Money Advice Service available by appointment only. Monday,Tuesday, Thursday 9.30 – 4.00, Wednesday 9.30 – 6.30, Friday 9.30-12.30.

Club and activities for over 50s.

New, modern facility with warm, well-equiped, flexible, suitable space to use for a variety of activities, e.g. Playschool, Yoga classes, Brownies, Guides, and for private parties and business functions.

Education support service working with children and young people in mainstream and special schools. The service provides advice and consultancy to teachers, advice on the adaptation of material, teaching methodologies and strategies, advice on assessing pupils social communication and language needs, assistance in writing Individual Education Plans (IEPs).

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