An art programme pilot weaves together personal stories of 18 young people to create a stunning mural at Family Works Te Hononga.
Dr Sharon Hoover is an expert in helping teachers, school counsellors and principals support students who are struggling with mental health issues. She speaks to Jim on RNZ about how best to help young people going through stress and trauma and the role which schools can play.
Leading counselling service, Lifeline, has been thrown a lifeline by Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN), which has committed 18 months of operational support while looking to also help solve Lifeline’s long-term funding issues.
Social services provider Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN) has welcomed the Government’s plan to transform current structures and provision of services for the most vulnerable children and young people.
Families living in cars, substandard houses and garages are finally being noticed and communities are stepping up to offer assistance. Do you wonder how children fare in these situations, as their parents and caregivers struggle to provide a home?
It’s time to sharpen your pencils again for our annual art and writing competition. The theme this year is “Love in Action” so get creative and show us what inspires you – whether through a painting, drawing, sculpture, poem, or story.