Here you will find services relating to Children, Young People and Families.
Here you will find regulations and information related to child employment within Flintshire.
Flintshire LEA will not issue a licence unless it is satisfied the child's needs will be fully met.
21 March 2022 is a historic moment for children and their rights in Wales. From this day on, physically punishing children will be illegal in Wales.
Flintshire Sorted work with young people to minimise the impact of drug, alcohol and substance related harm on young people, their families and the community.
Flintshire County Council's Youth Justice Service need Community Panel Members (volunteers) willing to represent their communities.
Services for young people aged 11 – 25 years to develop their personal, social and educational development through a wide variety of opportunities with access to experiences in Welsh and English, which provide enjoyment and enrich their personal development through youth work approaches.
Counselling gives young people a regular and confidential space to talk about worries or problems they are experiencing.
There is a Youth Justice Service (sometimes called a Youth offending Team or YOT) in every local authority in England and Wales. In Flintshire, the Youth Justice Service is based in Mold.