Centre Services included Integrated Children and Youth Services Centres (ICYSCs) and Children and Youth Centres (CYCs). The centres provide services to young people from aged 6 to 24. Check out more details here.
ASCP aims at providing supportive services for children aged six to twelve whose parents are unable to provide proper care for them during after-school hours owing to work or other reasons. Needy families can apply for full fee waiving or half fee reduction subsidies. Learn more about the scheme here.
Find out more on services for youth at risk, including District Youth Outreaching Social Work Service, Overnight Outreaching Service for Young Night Drifters, Community Support Service Scheme and Hotline Service for Youth at Risk.
Find out the service and support available for victims of child abuse in Hong Kong, including welfare services, medical and health services, legal aid and how the Police can intervene.
To assist parents who cannot take care of their young children temporarily because of work or other reasons, the Government subsidies non-governmental organisations to provide child care services. Click out more details here.
Here you can learn about the services the Government offers to help people with disabilities, ethnic minorities, new arrivals and the underprivileged to integrate into the community.
Learn about the programme which aims to help eligible students and their parents acquire affordable computer equipment and Internet access services, and to provide them with user and social support.