We are proud to be founding members of the Te Arawa Whanau Ora Collective, our kaupapa is about helping whanau achieve their dreams and aspirations. Walking alongside whanau in identifying needs and goals they wish to achieve, our role is to provide the tools and resources available to them in taking ownership of their own future.
Whanau will undertake a process of establishing a moemoea (dream) and practical steps to achieve that dream.
Assisting and supporting youth and whanau to achieve their goals with a mentoring plan designed by them.
Referrals received by Youth Justice, Oranga Tamariki and community agencies.
The Children’s Team brings together the child, their family/whanau and professionals involved in their care to deliver support to improve the well-being of children and their families/whanau.
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In partnership with the Police offering the whole whanau interventions, support and links to required services
Supporting young people aged 18 to 21 years from Oranga Tamariki care to adulthood with full wrap around service
Rotorua Waka Festival is back and packed with fun for the whanau for the whole of March 2K21. We'll be bringing you everything from traditional Waka to competitive Waka and everything in between.
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