Purpose and Objectives of Service:

The aim of Small Group Homes is to provide care in a home-like environment for children until they can return to their families or a long-term alternative living arrangement is achieved. The objectives of Small Group Homes are:

  • To provide substitute care for children in a stable and safe home-like living environment for a limited period of time, as specified by the individual welfare plan and subject to review on a regular basis.
  • To protect and promote the health and welfare of children and nurture their overall growth and development, including their physical, social emotional and intellectual needs.
  • To encourage the development of potential, responsibility, self-esteem and self-care amongst children in care.

Target Group of Service:

The target group of Small Group Home is children aged 4-18 years of age who cannot be adequately cared by their families. The target group of Emergency/Short-term Care in Small Group Home Service is boy aged 4-12 years of age; girl aged 4-18 years of age. For Integrated Small Group Home, the target group is mildly mentally handicapped child aged 6-18. Children are usually full-time students at time of admission.

Hong Kong Children and Youth Services

Address: G4, Kai Shing House, Kai Yip Estate, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

Tel: 2750 7913

Fax: 2755 3137


Service Unit:    
Sheung Tak Small Group Home Kwai Shing Small Group Home Fu Heng Small Group Home
Wang Tau Hom Small Group Home Choi Yip Small Group Home Kwai Hing Small Group Home
Chung On Small Group Home I Chung On Small Group Home II Chung On Small Group Home III


Hong Kong Children & Youth Services is a multi-social service agency. The Agency provides social services, including :