|DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
The Guam Department of Education is a single unified school district consisting of grades Kindergarten through 12. Our 27 elementary schools, eight middle schools, five high schools and an alternative school serve over 30,000 students.
Phone: (671) 475-0462 • Fax: (671) 472-5003
|DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES
Overall Mission: To assist the people of Guam in achieving and maintaining their highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency in health and social welfare.
Phone: (671) 735-7173 • Fax: (671) 734-5910
|DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE
The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (DMHSA) is tasked with providing comprehensive behavioral health services for the people of Guam. As we transform mental health services for the West Pacific region, we encourage you to be an active participant in this process. You can do this by accessing this website and being an educated consumer ofservices available to you and how to obtain this care.
Crisis Hotline:(671) 647-8833/6
|DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS
You can find news about the Department of Youth Affairs, financial data, information on programs and a list of who works in your government. This is public information you have a right to know about. You don’t have to put in a request or travel to an agency to find this information. We provide it here for your convenience.
Director’s Telephone Number: (671) 735-5010 • Fax: (671) 734-7536
|DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Mission Statement:To foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners of Guam, to improve their working and living conditions, and to advance their opportunities for occupational training and profitable employment.
Phone: (671) 300-4581/2 • Fax: (671) 300-4553
Sanctuary, Incorporated is a community-based organization which exists to improve the quality of life for Guam’s youth, to promote reconciliation during times of family conflicts, to foster the development of responsible community members, and to advocate for their needs in an effort to preserve family unity by providing a multitude of services.
Email: email@example.com • Phone: (671) 475.7101 • Fax: (671) 477.3117
|GUAM’S POSITIVE PARENT’S TOGETHER, INC.”
Guam’s Positive Parents Together (GPPT) is a coalition of parents who have children with different disabilities. We are working together to create one voice and one vision for disabled individuals on Guam. Our mission is to educate and train parents so they can be the very best advocates for their children in all areas of life.
For information, call Ann Marie D. Cruz, president, at 777-7991.
|GUAM EARLY INTERVENTION SYSTEM
The Guam Early Intervention System (GEIS) is a program designed to coordinate early intervention services for families with children ages birth to three (0-3) that may need services due to a child’s developmental delay, disability, or special need.
Tel: (671) 300-5776/5816
|GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Mission:“To provide quality patient care in a safe environment”
Tel: (671) 647-2555 thru 9 • Fax: (671) 649-5508
|GUAM IDENTIFIES FAMILIES TERRIFIC STRENGTHS
Our Mission is to provide strength based support, advocacy, education, information and referrals for parents and families, educators, professionals, and our island’s community on children/youth with severe emotional disturbances. What is G.I.F.T.S.? Guam Identifies Families Terrific Strengths Inc. Guam Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health is a non-profit family organization whose aim is to strengthen families with children who are affected by Serious Emotional Disturbances through a positive network of support, advocacy and care.
Tel: (671) 477-5345 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to provide our community with greater access to Government information and transparency through the use of this website and our links. On this site you will find a wealth of information pertaining to public laws, bills and resolutions, committee reports, messages and communications, legislative calendar, Senatorial contact information as well as financial data and central operation listings. I encourage all visitors to peruse this website and learn more about the legislative process, research the status of bills and resolutions, and communicate with all your elected officials.
Any concerns, changes or comments please call MIS at 472-3519 or email at email@example.com
|OFFICE OF GOVERNOR EDDIE BAZA CALVO
Ricardo J. Bordallo Governor’s Complex • Adelup, Guam 96910
Tel: (671) 472-8931 / (671) 472-8936 • Fax: (671) 477-4826
|UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
Mission Statement: Ina, Diskubre, Setbe. To Enlighten, to Discover, to Serve. The University of Guam is a U.S. accredited, regional Land-Grant institution. It is dedicated to the search for and dissemination of knowledge, wisdom and truth. The University exists to service its learners and the communities of Guam, Micronesia and the neighboring regions of the Pacific and Asia. The University prepares learners for life by providing the opportunity to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes, and abilities through the core curriculum, degree programs, research and outreach. At the Pacific crosscurrents of the East and West, the University of Guam provides a unique opportunity to acquire indigenous and global knowledge.
Tel: (671) 735-2944
|GUAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Guam Community College is a multi-faceted public career and technical education institution that prepares students for progressive employment opportunities in career and technical fields, or transfer to four-year institutions of higher education. To fulfill its mission to be a leader in career and technical workforce development by providing the highest quality education and job training in Micronesia, the College offers secondary and postsecondary programs, adult and continuing education, community education, and short-term specialized industry training. GCC has been continuously accredited since 1979 by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACCJC/WASC).
Physical Address: 1 Sesame Street, Mangilao, Guam