Hamish shares part of his journey, going from being a Youth Justice resident to becoming a Youth Worker with Oranga Tamariki.
Gráinne reflects on the foundations we're building and what we're working towards in the New Year.
Our Otahuhu Youth Justice team partnered with Counties West Police and Blue Light to help to bring boxes of Christmas joy to thousands of Auckland families.
We're partnering with Police and Kapiti Youth Support to ensure positive outcomes for rangatahi.
A partnership with Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Trust and Midland DHBs is expanding services offered to taiohi Māori experiencing drug and alcohol addiction.
An evaluation of the Inside Out resource that supports LGBTI youth, says it is meeting a real need in schools.
Our response to the coroner’s findings on the death of Moko Rangitoheriri.
A phone line offering guidance and advice is a welcome support for caregivers.
Innovative research examining the safety of children and young people in care, highlights the importance of the Ministry's transformation.
These questions and answers are supplementary to the media release prepared in response to the report.
More than 80 tamariki in care from Gisborne, Manurewa and Christchurch have a clear pathway into sport through a new initiative.
Gráinne talks about what we've been working on over the last several months and what's coming up
Celia Patrick, DCE Partnering for Outcomes, talks about making changes to help our partners
Te Whare Awhi, Palmerston North’s new remand home, will provide a homelike environment where young people can thrive and maintain their mana.
Two tamariki with extreme disabilities are prospering in their disability-supported home.
We’re working on providing our caregivers with better support and services