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Archive by category: Child, Youth and Whānau Return
When the Phillipstown Better Breathing Coffee Group gather at the local community hub on Monday mornings the result is lots of laughter and kōrero, as well as exercise.
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16 Dec, 2020 |
Youth in Mid Canterbury can now receive sexual health care from a new Youth Sexual Health Clinic.
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16 Dec, 2020 |
Early intervention and collaborative approaches such as those being put in place by Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow have been shown to result in a range of wellbeing benefits for children and their whānau, according to findings from a report released today.
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30 Nov, 2020 |
The CCN Work Programme for 2020-21/22 has been endorsed by the Alliance Leadership Team and is now available on the CCN website.
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11 Sep, 2020 |
The saying, ‘it takes a village to raise a child,’ is clearly illustrated in the Hurunui where a working group is helping to ensure maternity support is available for local whānau.
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03 Aug, 2020 |
At the tender age of six years, Megan Bolt asked her parents if she could become a St John Penguin, which is part of the St John Youth Cadet Programme.
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29 May, 2020 |
The Green Prescription is a free support and motivation service for anyone 16 years and over, who needs help with motivation and keeping well.
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09 Apr, 2020 |
Children from Northcote School in Christchurch were delighted to meet Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern last week when she popped in to see first-hand the way Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow is enhancing the wellbeing and the mental health of our tamariki.
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11 Mar, 2020 |
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