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Switched On is a young person's substance education service for Cardiff and the Vale. It is an innovative, flagship multi-agency service which is made up of existing services which have been brought together to provide a holistic provision for young people and those who support young people. Switched On is a Tier 1 education and advice service. They work closely with colleagues in Tier 2, 3 and adult services and facilitate referrals to specialist services where necessary. They offer tailored, bespoke training sessions to a range of practitioners such as teachers, nurses, youth workers, foster carers and many more. Direct education is provided to small groups of young people in a variety of settings from schools to youth centres.
Children and young people up to the age 18 years of age (and up to 25 years of age where appropriate).All professionals who come into contact with this age group category or cohort of individuals.
Anyone can access the service as long as the criteria is met : Child or Young Person up the age of 25 years old, and/or any professional/parent/carer who come into contact with this age group.
Multi-agency (Health Board, Public Health and Newlink)Newlink Meridian CourtNorth RoadGabalfaCardiffCardiffCF14 3BE
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