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Community Support Service Scheme

Introduction
 

Community Support Service Scheme (CSSS) aims  at providing supporting services to children and youth cautioned under the Police Superintendent's Discretion Scheme, the arrested youth and their peers so as to assist them to be re-integrated into the community, eliminate their deviant and unlawful behaviour  and to reduce their likelihood of law infringement.  The service content includes individual and family counselling, therapeutic groups, skill training/educational groups, community services, crime prevention programmes, etc.  Currently, there are five NGOs operating CSSS over the territory. For better service synergy, the five CSSS teams were attached to five existing Integrated Children and Youth Services Centres.

Operating Hours of 5 Community Support Service Schemes (CSSS)
 

The five CSSSs are attached to 5 Integrated Children and Youth Services Centres (ICYSCs). Generally speaking, ICYSCs have different operating hours and there are three types of sessions, i.e. morning session (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.), afternoon session (2 p.m. to 6 p.m.) and evening session (7 p.m. to 10 p.m.).  Given the centres' operating hours are subject to change to suit operational needs, please contact individual centre for exact operating hours.

List of Community Support Service Scheme
 

The name, address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address and service boundary of 5 NGOs operating CSSS can be downloaded here:

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Leaflets on Community Support Service Scheme
 
Leaflets on services of Community Support Serivce Scheme in English can be downloaded here:
 
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  Brief information on Community Support Service Scheme in other languages can be downloaded here:
 
 Hindi  Indonesian
 
 Nepali  Punjabi
 
 Tagalog  Thai
 
 Urdu  Vietnamese
 





 
   
 

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