Adoption is a lifelong commitment and our children need permanent, stable and caring families.
Advice about adult safeguarding and useful contacts.
Apply for a blue badge or renew an existing badge.
How to report a concern about child welfare and useful contacts.
Welsh Government privacy notices for the Children Receiving Care and Support Census and Children Looked After datasets
Information for people living with dementia and their carers in Flintshire.
Reablement, Telecare and aids and adaptations are examples of early intervention services that help prevent people from becoming unnecessarily dependent upon others and requiring more intensive support.
Contact the Flintshire Family Information Service or view their website for more information about choosing childcare, help available with the cost of childcare or if you would like to find a local childcare setting,
Foster carers look after children when they are unable to live with their own families. This can be anything from a few days to a few years. Fostering can involve looking after all ages of children, from babies to teenagers.
Flintshire Fostering Service
If you are looking after someone who is unable to look after themselves because of illness, disability or the effects of ageing and you are providing substantial unpaid care to that person, then you are a Carer.
The Flintshire Community Learning Disability Team works with adults with learning disabilities.
How to contact your Community Mental Health Team and other useful contacts.
Information about the care and support needs of people in North Wales and the support needs of carers
View information about the training and development of social care workers.
Contact Flintshire County Council's Social Services department.
Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014: How will this affect my care and support?
View Social Care information leaflets for various services we provide
View Social Services Reports
Medical and health advice provided by Flintshire County Council and useful contacts.
Syd's Place, Croes Atti Centre in Flint is a specialist day service and resource centre for younger people with dementia.
MST targets the families of 11 to 17 year olds with antisocial behaviours, possibly having involvement of Youth Justice Services and the Police, violent incidents, substance misuse, running away and generally creating a very difficult and out of control family life.
Are you interested in a rewarding and worthwhile challenge?
A guide to using the Social Services Complaints Procedure