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Anglican Trust for Women and Children

Social Service, Abuse and Violence Support, Social

Today

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Description

ATWC’s integrated Family Services, Early Childhood Education and Social Work services and programmes help to protect, nurture and provide opportunities for up to 3000 children, young people and their families across Auckland.

We aim to reconnect families/whānau and empower them to take control of their decision making so they can face the future with hope!

Ages

Child / Tamariki, Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua

How do I access this service?

Walk in

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Referral

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Please feel free to phone for an appointment and to discuss your needs, including via the website.

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free, Partial fees apply, Fees apply

Fees and Charges Description

For our counselling and therapy service, we have a sliding scale of fees.

Normal preschool fees are charged at a very reasonable level.

All other services are free.

Hours

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Mon – Fri 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Public Holidays: Closed ANZAC Day (25 Apr), King's Birthday (3 Jun), Matariki (28 Jun), Labour Day (28 Oct), Waitangi Day (6 Feb), Good Friday (18 Apr), Easter Sunday (20 Apr), Easter Monday (21 Apr).

Languages Spoken

English, Samoan, Tongan, Māori, Niuean, Arabic, Fijian, Afrikaans, Filipino, Hindi, Tamil, Mandarin Chinese, Urdu, Bahasa Melayu, Croatian, Japanese, French

Services Provided

Family Start

Family Start provides an early intervention home visiting service targeted at vulnerable families in Central Auckland and North Shore with children aged 0 to three years. This is a parenting program that enables families with young children to access a comprehensive range of welfare, health, education and other services they may need.

Service types: Abuse and violence support, Education programmes, Information and support, Family / whānau support, Pregnancy and parenting, Dads, Parent wellbeing, Young mums, Parenting education, Whānau support, Social work, Stopping violence services, Education programmes, Information & support, Service navigator.

Family Start provides an early intervention home visiting service targeted at vulnerable families in Central Auckland and North Shore with children aged 0 to three years. This is a parenting program that enables families with young children to access a comprehensive range of welfare, health, education and other services they may need.

Engaging Priority Families

Engaging Priority Families is our service to enrol into early education, Māori, Pacific, low socio-economic and refugee families with children between 3-5, who have not previously been enrolled.

Service types: Education and training, Pre-school education, Family / whānau support, Kaupapa Māori, Pacific People, Pregnancy and parenting, Whānau support, Asian services.

Engaging Priority Families is our service to enrol into early education, Māori, Pacific, low socio-economic and refugee families with children between 3-5, who have not previously been enrolled.

Abuse & Violence Support/Counselling (for men, women, children and families)

Our team of therapists provide counselling for individuals (both adults and children), couples and families who are struggling with abuse and violence. This includes working to support those who have perpetrated family violence. However, we are not ACC registered. We support families to keep children safe.

Service types: Abuse and violence support, Counselling, Family violence intervention, Information and support, Referral to specialist services, Support groups, Stopping violence services, Counselling, Referral to specialist services, Information and support.

Our team of therapists provide counselling for individuals (both adults and children), couples and families who are struggling with abuse and violence.

This includes working to support those who have perpetrated family violence. 

However, we are not ACC registered.

We support families to keep children safe.

HIPPY

HIPPY is a Home Instruction for parents of Pre School Youngsters. It is a home-based family focus program delivered by one coordinator and three tutors in Otahuhu.

Service types: Advocacy, Education and training, Pre-school education, Family / whānau support, Pregnancy and parenting, Dads, Parent wellbeing, Parenting education, Whānau support, Social work.

HIPPY is a Home Instruction for parents of Pre School Youngsters. It is a home-based family focus program delivered by one coordinator and three tutors in Ōtāhuhu.

Social Workers in Schools

Social Workers in Schools are attached to a number of schools in the Central and South Auckland area. They provide a variety of services to pupils and their families, and to school staff for issues such as peer and family relationships, behaviour or care and protection concerns, or other practical issues. Our Social Workers in Schools programme sees 30 qualified social workers across 49 primary, intermediate and secondary schools in the greater Auckland region

Social Workers in Schools are attached to a number of schools in the Central and South Auckland area. They provide a variety of services to pupils and their families, and to school staff for issues such as peer and family relationships, behaviour or care and protection concerns, or other practical issues.

Our Social Workers in Schools programme sees 30 qualified social workers across 49 primary, intermediate and secondary schools in the greater Auckland region

Youth Workers in Secondary Schools

Youth Workers in Secondary Schools comprises a team of multi-disciplined staff working in 7 secondary schools in Manukau and Central Auckland supporting year 9 and 10 students to stay engaged in schooling and achieve educational success.

Service types: Social work, Youth mentoring / development.

Youth Workers in Secondary Schools comprises a team of multi-disciplined staff working in 7 secondary schools in Manukau and Central Auckland supporting year 9 and 10 students to stay engaged in schooling and achieve educational success.

Residential Parenting Programme

We run a residential parenting programme with the input of a team of counsellors and child and adult psychotherapists.

Service types: Family / whānau support, Pregnancy and parenting, Parent wellbeing, Parenting education, Whānau support, Young mums.

We run a residential parenting programme with the input of a team of counsellors and child and adult psychotherapists.

Building Financial Capability

Building Financial Capability (BFC) is a range of services and products that help people and whānau to improve their financial wellbeing. BFC takes a strengths-based approach to empower people to get control of their money, set goals and achieve long-term, sustainable change.

Service types: Budgeting and help with debt.

Building Financial Capability (BFC) is a range of services and products that help people and whānau to improve their financial wellbeing.

BFC takes a strengths-based approach to empower people to get control of their money, set goals and achieve long-term, sustainable change.

Preschools

We have 2 preschools, one on site in Otahuhu and one in Papatoetoe, which are part of the ATWC organisation.

  • Pre-school education
  • Life skills

We have 2 preschools, one on site in Ōtāhuhu and one in Papatoetoe, which are part of the ATWC organisation.

Disability Assistance

Wheelchair access

Additional Details

Phone, Face to face / Kanohi ki te Kanohi, Online / virtual / app, Speak with women / wahine, Speak with men / tane, Child / Tamariki friendly, LGBTQIA+ friendly

Region

Central Auckland, East Auckland, South Auckland

Contact Details

10 Beatty St, Ōtāhuhu

South Auckland

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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1288 New North Road, Avondale

Central Auckland

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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124 Apirana Avenue, Glen Innes

Central Auckland

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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5a Landscape Rd, Papatoetoe

South Auckland

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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This page was last updated at 1:30PM on March 18, 2024. This information is reviewed and edited by Anglican Trust for Women and Children.