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Cardiff Youth Justice Services

​​​Cardiff YJS is a partnership between different organisations to provide intervention and support for young people and their families. The aim of the partnership is to prevent anti-social behaviour, offending and re-offending by young people aged 10-17. It also offers support to victims of youth crime and anti-social behaviour.
 
Cardiff Youth Justice Service​
John Kane Centre
213a North Road
Gabalfa
Cardiff
CF14 3GH
 
029 2233 0355
 

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A wide range of organisations are available to help you and your family.

General services offering help



Cardiff Youth Services

  • ​In an Emergency: 999 
  • Police (Non-Emergency): 101 
  • ChildLine: 0800 1111 
  • NSPCC Cymru: 0808 800 5000 
  • Council Emergency Duty Team (029) 2078 8570 
  • Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111 
  • Victim Support: 0300 303 0161 
  • Cardiff Women’s Aid (Safe As): (029) 2046 0566 

Other specialist services


  • Mind Hub Wales ​​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window
  • Integrated Sexual Health Service: (029) 2033 5335 
  • Sexual Health Outreach Team: (029) 2046 5250
  • Mind: (029) 2039 5123 
  • Jacob Abraham Foundation: (029) 2132 3433
  • Young Peoples Emotional Wellbeing Service: 0800 008 6879 
  • Frank: 0300 123 6600 
  • Switched On! (029) 22 33 02 92 
  • Young Persons Drug & Alcohol Service: (01443) 443013 
  • Mermaids (Transgender Support): 0808 801 0400 
  • Stonewall Cymru (LGBT Rights): 0800 050 2020 
  • Careers Wales: 0800 028 4844 
  • Cardiff and Vale Citizens Advice: 03444 77 20 20 
  • BulliesOut: (029) 2049 2169 
  • Cruse Bereavement Care: (029) 2022 6300






Youth Justice Services Development Strategy 


This document sets out what the partners, who are responsible for providing youth justice services in Cardiff, will do by working together. It has been developed during May 2020 in a series of workshops with those involved in the services, including young people.

To make this strategy happen it is supported by a detailed development plan, also agreed by the partner services, which sets out who will do what, how and by when. This work will be overseen by the Cardiff Youth Justice Board, with an Independent Chair, to make sure the development is on track. This work fits within other relevant strategies for young people in Cardiff which aim to give the best and safest futures to all young people in Cardiff.