Services are grouped into five categories to meet the needs of the individual
and their families; Education and Prevention, family well being, Counseling,
Emergency housing, and Social Support Work.
Prevention Services These
services promote the well being of children and young persons, and which enable
their families to meet their care, control and support responsibilities,
Violence Prevention Programmes
to support youth and reduce the risk of offending Parenting programme
Promoting Family Well
which provide support to families, services provided;
home-base support services
for ‘at-risk; children and young people and their families
programmes for groups of individual and their families
services to families experiencing family violence
and Disputes Resolution services
Counselling Services Counselling
services including crisis counselling, services provided for;
victims of domestic violence domestic violence offenders families at risk of family breakdown marriage/relationship anger management parenting general counseling for individuals
accommodation and short term support accommodation assistance that provides
temporary shelter for individuals and families who have difficulties in
accessing permanent accommodation.
Service includes educations related outputs and associated services
provided with accommodation.
We provides social work advocacy, information and advice on housing, Work and Income, IRD ,
immigration, legal and personal matters. Supporting families with dependent children
who are at risk of poor life outcome. . PROGRAMMES
Each service is supported by one or more programmes. A programme can be delivered on a one-to-one
basis or in a group setting such as a family environment. The following diagram demonstrates the
relationship between a service and its corresponding programmes.