The Centre provides office space and share services to both permanent, and casual, agencies and organisations. Offices and rooms are available for rental on both a permanent and casual basis. Special rates are available for not-for-profit groups. Please enquire about meeting room and facilities.
Literacy Aotearoa services the Southern region. Literacy Aotearoa provides a wide range of services to help adults return to study or education and gain skills to make a life or career change. Free one to one tutoring with flexible hours.
About Community support services are for people living independently in the community who need some help with living skills and goals. We provide help for adults, who are living in the community and who have mental illness or an intellectual disability. We support people to reach their goals, whether that is learning a new daily living skill, tapping into social networks in the community, assisting with housing, or exploring work or study options. People set the goal - we are there to help.
About Jubilee Budget Advisory Service Ltd is a non profit charitable company owned by the Jubilee Christian Charitable Trust. The budget service evolved at the same time to compliment the Trusts work to provide budgeting advice and education, to empower those to be good stewards with their own finances and live a life less complicated with no or low debt. We are a free and confidential service and funded by various Government departments and local organisations. Our aim is to empower the client – not take over and control their finances. It is important that we share our knowledge and resources to better equip them. This not only encourages the clients but provides a positive impact to both their families and their communities.
Eligibility: Job Seeker has a disability, health condition or illness that presents an obstacle for securing work or staying in a job. Aged between 16-64, not currently employed and not working with another govt employment programme (e.g. ACC, Frontline).
My role is to coach, advise and support you to gain a job. We are a customised programme providing what the individual may need including CV, Cover Letters, Interviews, Job Applications, direct employer profiling and much more. Once placed in work we continue to support you.
We can provide you with job seekers for your vacancy. No obligation and completely Free. As simple as sending me an email with your needs.
How to connect ?
Call or email Rebecca:
027 559 6770
Adventure Development and Thrive! Te Pae Ora
Adventure Development Ltd (ADL) is a not for profit organisation that aims to help young people & whanau who are dealing with alcohol & drug issues and/or mental health difficulties. Our services are funded by the Southern District Health Board, South Canterbury DHB, and by the Ministry of Social Development and are free to clients and their families.
Adventure Development deliver Thrive! Te Pae Ora:
Thrive! Te Pae Ora is a service for young people aged 12 to 19.Our team of registered health professionals including counsellors, psychologists, social workers, nurses and occupational therapists work to help young people manage the ups and downs of life, particularly challenges with mental health and/or alcohol and other drug use. Our focus is on wellbeing and developing strengths.If you think you or someone you know may benefit from some support, please give us a call to see if Thrive! Te Pae Ora is right for you.
Stopping Violence Dunedin
Stopping Violence Dunedin is a not for profit organization based in Dunedin, New Zealand. Our focus is stopping family violence and other damaging conflicts in our communities. We provide individual and group programmes for people with violence issues and family/whanau support through our Kaiwhakaruruhau service.
Southland Community Law Centre
We provide free legal information and services to the population of Southland. Our territory stretches from the East Coast to the West Coast of the South and up the island as far as Kingston and Tapanui. An outreach clinic is held at the Community Connections Centre on the first and third Wednesday of each month - please call the Law Centre to arrange a free appointment 0800 55 0800