Our team of highly skilled professionals work alongside parents, children and young people to support their needs from birth to 18. We also work closely in partnership with other organisations to provide support to families and to safeguard the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
We provide high quality and integrated care services to children with disabilities and complex needs, those with developmental difficulties, behavioural difficulties and emotional wellbeing and mental health concerns, as well as children and young people in special circumstances such as those in care.
Our Children and Young People’s Health Charter sets out how we work with children, young people and families, how we provide our range of services, and how we ensure those who use the care we provide will be actively involved
Young people aged 11-19 can access the School Nursing service via text for confidential, anonymous health advice and support.
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (except bank holidays)
Some of our services are offering face to face appointments, though this may change in the future depending on Welsh Government guidelines. Click here for guidance on attending an appointment in one of our settings.
Click here to access all information about COVID-19 from Cardiff and Vale UHB.
The City Recovery Strategy for Cardiff is now available in a child friendly version and in eight languages. Click here to access these resources.
Click here to access the Coronavirus Information Hub for children, young people and families, set up by the Children’s Commissioner for Wales. All children and young people have the right to reliable information under the UNCRC – here you will find advice, activities and resource to help you through this challenging time.
Several services within the directorate have come together to produce the following resources:
Children, Young People & Family Health Services
Maes Y Coed Road
Tel: 029 2183 6574