Family Works (NZ) – Family Works Northern (formerly known as James Family) is the child and family services division of Presbyterian Support Northern. Our areas of focus include Parenting strategies, Domestic violence and other forms of abuse, Family relationship issues, Communication skills, Confidence and self-esteem, Problematic behaviour(s), Grief and loss, Support dealing with Government or other organisations.
Glen Innes Family Centre (NZ) – We have a variety of services available to everyone within the Glen Innes community. We also have a variety of programmes and workshops on offer. All our services are provided in a safe and confidential manner.
Healthy Place – Parenting Community (US) – In our Parenting Community, you’ll find in-depth, authoritative information on various aspects of parenting as well as parenting a child with a mental illness. We also have comprehensive information on the different psychological disorders in other HealthyPlace.com Communities. Our goal is to help you learn about parenting, mental health disorders, and to offer you support in managing your and/or your child’s psychiatric symptoms.
Helpguide.Org (US) – When it comes to parenting, there’s no such thing as a one-size–fits–all approach. Part of being a good parent is being flexible and creative. But some things are universal. All children need emotional understanding, compassion, affection, encouragement, consistency, and limits. These are the basic building blocks that allow you to tackle any parenting challenges you face.
NZ Ethnic Social Services (NZ) – NZ Ethnic Social Services (NZESS) offers services to “Ethnic people from all round the world” who have come to make New Zealand their home. Our aim is to help you settle into New Zealand and help you create a healthy family. We are “multi cultural” community organization and all our staff are migrants who know how difficult it can be adapting to New Zealand way of life, so we understand you. One-stop-shop for all your needs. We provide wide range of information and services which related to refugees / migrants settlement issues.
Ministry of Education (NZ) – Team up with your kids, their teachers and your whānau to encourage and support your kids as they learn. Research shows it makes a big difference to their future.