Whanau Orā News

Helping build stronger whānau

Screen Shot 2017-08-28 at 12.56.00 PMAs part of their Youth Service contract through Ministry of Social Development, all clients are required to complete a budgeting course and those with children must also complete a parenting course. Until recently these were being delivered by contractors.

Te Waiariki Purea staff, who work alongside their clients on a daily basis felt it would be far more beneficial to deliver this themselves.

The training was fantastic, and we are really excited to be signed off by The Parenting Place and get underway with the programme. We know our rangatahi are going to love it,” Te Waiariki Purea Trust communications manager, Erin Majurey says.

Building Awesome Whānau is a pretty special toolkit. Drawing on the wisdom of Māori ways of being, doing and knowing – and bringing them together, the resource that has been created reflects this remarkable country of ours, and in doing so, serves all of its people.

Why Te Arawa Whānau Ora Works

Te Arawa Whānau Ora has been successful because it ensures whānau are able to determine their own goals and are given positive support to achieve them. Te Arawa Whānau Ora will work with groups, whānau and individuals to support them to become successful.

Te Arawa Whānau Ora works because it puts whānau in the driver’s seat, they define their own goals and make their own decisions. Te Arawa Whānau Ora has helped thousands of whānau members over the last several years. If you would like to know more please contact us.

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