Social Welfare & Community Development Services

Client Service Delivery

Report cases to the Social Welafare Department related to:
  • Child Trafficking
  • Child Maintenance
  • Child Abuse etc

  • Call the following numbers for assistance:
  • 0592111621
  • 0500201440

  • Office Location is the Aburi Gardens (E3-002-6462)

    Child Rights, Protection and Promotion
  • Child and family welfare
  • Child protection case management (maintenance, custody, paternity, child abuse, etc.)
  • Supervision of daycare centers
  • Gender based violence
  • Child marriage
  • Child labor
  • Formation of child protection committees
  • Supervision of residential homes
  • Child trafficking
  • Missing children

  • Extension Services
    Collaborate with other Departments, Ministries, Corporations as well as Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) :
  • Community Water and Sanitation
  • Get Fund
  • Ghana Health Service
  • National Commission on Civic Education
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Hope Child Development Centre (FBO)
  • Women Allians (NGO)
  • Social Protection Programme
  • Livelihood empowerment against poverty (LEAP)
  • Adult Education Programme
  • Vocational and skills training (leather works, carpentry, catering, fashion and designing, hairdressing, entrepreneurial skills etc.)
  • Mass Education
    Sensitization, awareness creation and education on topical / developmental issues:
  • Child and family welfare issues
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
  • Child protection

  • Home Science Extension
  • Teaching community members on topics like nutrition
  • Personal and environmental hygiene
  • Maternity (Ante-natal and Post natal sensitization
  • Home management
  • Handicraft

  • Justice Administration
  • Reunification of juvenile to their families after remand or correctional facility
  • Supervise juvenile placed on probation
  • Preparation of social enquiry reports for court proceedings
  • Sitting at family tribunals
  • Assist in acquiring care orders for residential homes / foster parents

    • Mar 17, 2019