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  2021-22 Annual Service Provision and Statistics – Family and Child Protective Services

 
Service Provisions
Service Highlights and Statistics
 
Publicity Campaign on Strengthening Families and Combating Violence  
Built upon the theme of last year’s campaign, “Open Heart to Love, Embrace Family Love”, by reinforcing the messages of cherishing family members, caring about their mental health and putting a stop to violence.  It also stepped up public education to remind parents and adolescents to be wary of child sexual grooming on social media to protect children from being harmed/maltreated, and encourage members of the public to seek early assistance in the face of adversities.
Facebook and Instagram pages named “Heart and Hut” have been set up since November 2020 to strengthen publicity on social media networks. Various video clips are posted on the pages, and a new set of television and radio Announcements in the Public Interest titled “Reporting Child Abuse is Everyone’s Responsibility” was aired to help promote the message of enhancing family relationships and child protection.
1 980 district-based public education programmes and activities with a total attendance of 52 642 had been organized by the District Social Welfare Offices.
   
 
Multi-purpose Crisis Intervention and Support Centre  
1 centre
25 934 calls received
545 sexual violence cases handled
   
Refuge Centres for Women  
5 refuge centres
49% average utilisation rate
563 cases served
   
Family and Child Protective Services Units  
11 units
7 277 cases served
   
Victim Support Programme for Victims of Family Violence  
1 centre
500 service users served
   
Support Programme for Enhancing Peaceable Relationship  
5 Service clusters
497 service users served
   
Specialised Co-parenting Support Centres  
5 centres
991 cases served
   


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