Department of Public Health and Social Services - Division of Public Welfare - Bureau of Social Services Administration - Child Protective Services

Department of Public Health and Social Services - Division of Public Welfare - Bureau of Social Services Administration - Child Protective Services


Phone: 1-671-475-2672, 1-671-475-2653 (Foster Care)
Fax:
Email: n/a
Website: www.dphss.guam.gov
Types of Services Offered: Child Support & Advocacy, Information & Referral, Legal Advocacy & Resources
Category: Government Local

Department of Public Health and Social Services Administration- Child Protective Services (CPS) is responsible for receiving and investigating reports of child abuse and neglect. Child Protective Services ensures, through reasonable effort, that children are safe in their own homes. Crisis intervention to prevent further abuse and neglect, removal and placement, initiation of court intervention, and case management services.

Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.

  • Child Support & Advocacy,
  • Information & Referral,
  • Legal Advocacy & Resources.
The Bureau of Social Services Administration (BOSSA) administers various child welfare programs designed to protect children and strengthen families. Services provided are funded and regulated primarily by the federal government and applicable local laws.  BOSSA’s mission is to provide quality protective services to children and strengthen their families.  

Wilbert Roduk

194 Hernan Cortez Avenue, Terlaje Professional Building, 3rd floor, Suite 309, Hagatna, GUAM, GUAM

1-671-475-2672, 1-671-475-2653 (Foster Care)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

08:00 AM

05:00 PM

Infants, Children, Teens

public health, social services, child support, child advocacy, information & referral, legal advocacy & resources, government, local, government local, child abuse, child neglect, crisis intervention, child abuse prevention, court intervention, case manag


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