Chief Executive Gráinne Moss talks about the Government’s Budget, and how it is putting money right where it’s needed.
Budget 2020 is investing additional funding to ensure caregivers have the support they need to care for children and young people during the pandemic recovery.
Budget 2020 directly helps those in our communities who keep rangatahi and tamariki safe and cared for.
This infographic shows what Budget 2020 means for tamariki and rangatahi in care, caregivers and Oranga Tamariki partners.
Gráinne discusses our phased transition to Alert Level 2, and how we will 'play it safe' while we support tamariki, whānau and caregivers during this time.
A couple is getting creative to ensure they stay connected to their niece, with COVID-19 restrictions having put plans for her to move into their care on hold.
Young people in Youth Justice have been cooking for their whānau during the lockdown, thanks to a ready-to-cook delivery experience developed by social workers.
Gráinne discusses how we will move down to COVID-19 Alert Level 3, and how we are continuing to respond to the needs of tamariki, rangatahi and their whānau.
As we prepare to move into Level 3, social workers will be getting in touch with caregivers to understand their changing needs and update their support plans.
Oranga Tamariki Chief Social Worker Grant Bennett discusses how our practice has evolved as a result of COVID-19.
Chief Executive Gráinne Moss talks about how Oranga Tamariki is responding as New Zealand continues to be at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
Oranga Tamariki is pleased to be supporting the country's pandemic response by running two Covid-19 public helplines from our own Contact Centre platform.
Caregivers from across the country were honoured for their outstanding mahi at this year’s Excellence in Foster Care Awards
This week is Foster Care Awareness Week, and we’re acknowledging our incredible caregivers.
This Children's Day - Te Rā o ngā Tamariki is an opportunity for communities to celebrate children and take time to have fun with whānau
Information about the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions, and the role Oranga Tamariki