All of our services are community-based. We accept agency referrals and direct inquiries from parents and whānau members. We have found that many parents are recommended by family or friends who have used our services. Our services are provided free to parents and whānau.
Our parenting programmes are provided in partnership with the Mangere East Community Centre. We provide transport and children's groups if needed, for parents who are attending programmes.
Our early intervention service for children with special needs and their whanau is provided in the home and in early childhood centres and Kohanga reo. Children with high and very high developmental needs meet our criteria for our early intervention services.
We also provide professional development training.
All inquiries are welcome.
Our dedicated team of parent educators, early intervention teachers, speech language therapists, social workers, psychologists, education support workers and childcarers are committed to sharing their skills and expertise. We use researched evidence-based models and strengths-based practice.
Phone: 09 275 6161
For any other help, these are the numbers you can
text or call for support.
0800 543 354 – Lifeline (or free text 4357)
0800 733 843 – Womens Refuge
0508 744 633 – Shine (domestic abuse helpline)
0800 787 797 – Alcohol and drug helpline
0800 726 666 – Samaritans
0800 376 633 – Youthline
0508 828 865 – Suicide Prevention Helpline (or text 1737)
0800 111 757 – Depression Helpline
“I don’t know how I can show others how much the fathers programme has meant to me. It gave me hope."
"For me one of the things I learnt about myself was I needed to open up and speak about what is truly hurting inside me... And I learned to be able to trust people."
"I'm less angry, and more confident with my parenting."