Check out our services below and see how we can help you
Our program provides whanau with the tool and resources to make connections within our community. Health, Well-being, Budgeting, Employment goal setting – Connecting to local services and support systems
One of the primary objectives of this service is to ensure that accurate information on health and disability support services is reliable and readily accessible to people living in the South Waikato/Mangokino area. Margret also works with vulnerable older people providing advice, advocacy, support and information to older persons and their families.
Our Service will be customised to meet the needs of Whanau and most importantly by their design. This service contains one on one work with the whanau, Assisting whanau to access services, and assisting whanau to achieve their long-term healing outcomes as. per whanau plan.
This service works alongside a majority of the schools around South Waikato ranging from Primary to High School, in an attempt to help Families and Schools provide the best support for truant students both enrolled and non-enrolled.
Support for families who are affected by family or domestic violence. Advice, information and support is provided by South Waikato Pacific Island Community Services (SWPICS) and South Waikato Living Without Violence Trust.
MEET THE TEAM
Check out our amazing people
Meet Our Management Team
Service Delivery Manager
Senior Triage & Practice Lead
Whanau Resilience Kaimahi & Team Lead
Meet Our Triage & Admin Team
Triage / Admin Support
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