Who can help
These are the services and providers we work with and link you to.
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ATC Vision College
Vision College is a private tertiary education provider (PTE) that offers a variety of programmes starting from Level 1 NCEA through to Level 7 degrees. We offer FREE study options for 16-19-year-olds as well as practical study options for adults.
Bay of Plenty Youth Development Trust
The Tauranga Boxing Academy is a values-based fitness programme for youth. The IBA programme was developed to support young people in Tauranga, who are not currently in employment, education, or training, into work or study.
Career Moves Trust
Career Moves is a stand - alone Waikato based charitable trust established in July 2000. In that time we have become a leader in providing high quality supported employment services to people from 16 - 60 plus years of age seeking employment.
Citizens Advice Bureau Hamilton
Taku pou whakawhirinaki i ngā wā o te porotaitaka - My source of strength in moments of adversity We provide free, confidential, independent information and advice to anyone. We help people know what their rights are and how to access services.
Citizens Advice Bureau Tauranga
We provide free, confidential, independent and impartial information and advice to anyone. We help people know what their rights are and how to access services.
Get Me Started Limited
Holistic health with a Māori approach, helping clients connect to the right services to aid tinana, hinengaro, whanau, emotional, wairua issues. Work prep, licensing, budgeting, certification. Social service, Rongoa Maori, Education, Nutrition.
Glenview Community Centre
The centre offers a range of FREE or low-cost services and programmes, FREE kai Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1pm-1.30pm, FREE social service hub with drop in services, FREE community dinner, Provide food and hygiene packs to whanau in self isolation Service is available for those residing in the South Hamilton area, Bader, Melville, Glenview, Deanwell, Peacocks Development
Katikati Community Centre
Provides information, services and support in the areas of health, education and well-being. Services include: School Holiday Programmes, After School Programmes, Youth Programmes, Community Education, Elderly Programmes
LinkPeople Sustaining Tenancies At Risk (STAR) Team
STAR support people to stay housed. We support those who are at risk of losing their rented home. If someone is on the path to losing their tenancy, we do preventative work, like linking into other services, such as budgeting, mental health, AOD etc
Pacific Island Community (Tauranga) Trust
Health and wellbeing support, youth mental health, advocacy and whanau ora support for Pacific Island community.
Port Waikato Community Health & Support Service Trust (Te Whare Oranga O Te Puaha)
We provide health and wellbeing support services; Home isolation welfare support, Foodbank and Nurse and GP clinic as well as Supervised Rapid Antigen Testing, Mobile Nurse Service, In Home Care Support 9:00am - 2:00pm Monday - Friday
Rural Support Trust Waikato
Supporting those who work in the primary industries, offering support to farmers and growers. Our facilitators are there to listen and help navigate those in need through challenging situations - work, personal or adverse event related.
Te Papanui Enderly Trust
We are a local community charitable trust with a small team who focus on supporting whaanau living within the following area Insoll Avenue, Tramway Road, Enderley Avenue, Peachgrove Road (211-426) Enderley, Hamilton.
Work and Income (Self-Isolation/Managed Isolation)
We offer a wide range of support and can help in lots of different ways and situations. If you’re struggling financially, need help with emergency accommodation or looking for work, we may be able to help, even if you’re working .
Workbridge - Waikato
Workbridge is New Zealand’s largest free employment service for disabled people or those with an injury or health condition. Our services are individually tailored to suit you and your whānau.
We work with people who are facing personal or health challenges and support them to return to or stay in employment.
Young Workers Resource Centre (YWRC)
At YWRC we proudly lead the way in New Zealand employment rights for young workers, because they’re the group most exploited. We provide FREE employment advice and representation to young workers up to 35 years old who are facing employment issues.