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Family Start referral guide

Referral criteria for Family Start including key steps and timing.

SWISS partnering agreement

A partnering agreement designed to establish an operational framework for managing the Social Workers in Schools (SWiS) service within a cluster of schools – enabling effective service delivery.

Children's Team entry criteria threshold form

A document to help determine the threshold required for entry to the Children's Team programme, including reviewing the referral information, assessing the child's needs and documenting the team's decision.

Children's Team referral and consent form

This form is for practitioners and professionals to refer a child or children to a Children's Team in Horowhenua/Ōtaki, Marlborough, Tairāwhiti, Eastern Bay of Plenty or Whanganui.

Youth Workers in Secondary Schools

A brochure for Youth Workers in Secondary Schools (YWiSS) about Check & Connect, an educational mentoring programme focussed on preventing student dropout.

YWISS factsheet- Maori

A brochure in Maori for Youth Workers in Secondary Schools (YWiSS) about Check & Connect, an educational mentoring programme focussed on preventing student dropout.

YWISS factsheet- Samoan

A brochure in Samoan for Youth Workers in Secondary Schools (YWiSS) about Check & Connect, an educational mentoring programme focussed on preventing student dropout.

YWISS factsheet- Tongan

A brochure in Tongan for Youth Workers in Secondary Schools (YWiSS) about Check & Connect, an educational mentoring programme focussed on preventing student dropout.

SWISS provider resource order form

A resource order form for provider's participating in the SWiS programme.

Community Response Forums

Community Response Forums are partnerships between government and the community, formed by people from communities, iwi, government agencies, and other funders including philanthropic organisations. There are 15 established Community Response forums across New Zealand.

Working Together

This guide is for people in social service agencies, schools, healthcare
organisations, community and other groups who have contact with
children and families. You may be the first to notice when things are not
going right for families and when there are concerns about children.