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STRIVE Community Trust

Social Service, Kaupapa Māori

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Description

STRIVE Community Trust is recognised by government as a “High Trust Provider” of quality social service programmes and is contracted by the Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Youth Development, Ministry of Housing Urban Development, Family and Community Services to provide integrated services that provide realistic options and practical support for families. 

STRIVE services strengthen the existing supports in families and the community by engaging in inter-agency partnerships to maximise outcomes and offer clients key social services that encourage total wellbeing of all family members in the areas of:

  • Financial management
  • Physical, mental and spiritual health
  • Whānau support & advocacy
  • Wellbeing promotion
  • Youth development
  • Employment
  • Transitional emergency housing
"To bring together key people who have the passion for and commitment to proactively work towards assisting whānau achieve “Total Wellbeing”

Ages

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

How do I access this service?

Walk in, Make an appointment, Referral, Contact us

Charges

We are a free service, but welcome any donations or funding.

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free

Hours

Mon – Fri 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

English, Niuean, Samoan, Tongan, Cook Islands Māori, Māori

Services Provided

Abuse and violence support

STRIVE Community Trust Family Wellbeing Service is a preventative measure to assist whanau and individuals who are at risk of abuse or harm.

  • Counselling
  • Family violence intervention
  • Information and support
  • Referral to specialist services
  • Support groups

STRIVE Community Trust Family Wellbeing Service is a preventative measure to assist whānau and individuals who are at risk of abuse or harm.

Advocacy
Social work

MASSISS is Social Workers in Schools. STRIVE has 11 Social Workers in 6 schools in South Auckland (Aorere, Southern Cross Campus, De La Salle, Otahuhu, Mangere, Tangaroa) who work alongside young people to support them to make choices that will improve their educational outcomes and future

MASSISS is Social Workers in Schools. STRIVE has 11 Social Workers in 6 schools in South Auckland (Aorere, Southern Cross Campus, De La Salle, Ōtāhuhu, Māngere, Tangaroa) who work alongside young people to support them to make choices that will improve their educational outcomes and future

Pregnancy and parenting

Whānau support, Dads

  • Whānau support
  • Dads
Budgeting and help with debt
Kaupapa Māori
Pacific People
Accommodation and housing support
Food support
Social services crisis assessment

Disability Assistance

Wheelchair access

Additional Details

Face to face / Kanohi ki te Kanohi, Phone, Child / Tamariki friendly, LGBTQIA+ friendly

Region

South Auckland

Contact Details

This page was last updated at 12:30PM on November 28, 2023. This information is reviewed and edited by STRIVE Community Trust.