We build socially-responsible individuals and strong and stable families by creating a safe and nurturing environment for children, young persons and families. We protect and rehabilitate the abused and delinquent.
What We Do
The Clinical and Forensic Psychology Service (CFPS), formerly Psychological Services Unit, was established as a unit in October 1998 within the Rehabilitation and Protection Group in the MSF.
Our department, a clinical-forensic centre, provides comprehensive psychological services to children, young persons and families referred by the division. Our department provides comprehensive psychological services to children, young persons and families who are clients of our division. We do not provide psychological services directly to members of the public.
CFPS comprises of 4 specialty branches and 14 units:
Who We Help
- Children, young persons and families known to the Child Protection Services
- Children and young persons in residential care
- Young persons placed under the Youth Residential Service
- Juvenile and adult offenders on probation