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Overview

Staffordshire Youth Offending Service works with a range of statutory and voluntary sector agencies to tackle crime prevention and young people's offending behaviour.

Also any contributing factors, such as housing, health and education are addressed.

This is worked towards through various partner agencies and projects. 

Further information

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Latest social care and health news
Hearing Aid Rule Changes – Welcomed by County's Health Scrutiny Chair

Hearing Aid Rule Changes – Welcomed by County's Health Scrutiny Chair

Description
A move to make eligibility to hearing aids fairer for everyone in Staffordshire, has been welcomed by the county's health scrutiny chair.
Date:
03 October 2022
Private foster carers reminded of support available as part of new campaign

Private foster carers reminded of support available as part of new campaign

Description
Private foster carers reminded of support available as part of new campaignResidents in Staffordshire who care for children who are not their own under private fostering arrangements are being reminded that they need to let the local authority know.
Date:
27 September 2022
Free support to help people quit smoking

Free support to help people quit smoking

Description
Free support to help people quit smoking People interested in quitting smoking are being reminded that help is at hand as part of a national campaign.
Date:
26 September 2022
Staffordshire barber gains the skills to save a life

Staffordshire barber gains the skills to save a life

Description
A barber from Staffordshire is one of 1,600 people who have gained the skills to help prevent suicide thanks to training funded by Staffordshire County Council.
Date:
07 September 2022

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