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Attitude – the youth education division of Parenting Place – is dedicated to equipping teenagers with the information and skills they need to negotiate the adolescent years and build meaningful lives.
Find out how these these Kiwis connect with nature to boost their wellbeing during Mental Health Awareness Week with five natural ways to well-being.
Aunty Dee is a free online tool for anyone who needs some help working through a problem or problems. It doesn’t matter what the problem is, you can use Aunty Dee to help you work it through.
Welcome. You've entered a community of people who care. Whether you're interested in getting support for yourself or helping others, you're in the right place.
Bounce is a bunch of tips, ideas and inspiration to help you live life well. We are a youth-led project developed by New Zealand Red Cross that is for young people & by young people.
Everyone at Evolve is here because we love young people. We also love food, the 5 minute quiz and karaoke. Well, some of us love karaoke! The others mostly just tolerate it.
We reach young people with messages of hope and positive change, right where they spend most of their time: online and in school.
Lifehack was a systems-level intervention in youth mental health and wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Youth Service supports young people aged 16 to 19 to engage in education, training, and work-based learning, and to have the life skills to be a successful contributing member of the community.
We exist to enhance the provision of youth services by supporting and equipping Youth Workers to improvie outcomes for youth throughout the Nelson Tasman region.
We publish regular book and app reviews to highlight what's out there to read or learn about mental health and wellbeing. The books and apps cover a wide range of topics and issues and are reviewed by MHF staff and guest reviewers.
The Ministry of Youth Development - Te Manatū Whakahiato Taiohi - encourages and supports young people, aged between 12 and 24 years old, to develop and use knowledge, skills and experiences to participate confidently in their communities.
Attitude – the youth education division of Parenting Place – is dedicated to equipping teenagers with the information and skills they need to negotiate the adolescent years and build meaningful lives. The materials, based on credible research and linked to the health curriculum, give young people strategies for solving problems, handling stress, building resilience and negotiating relationships.
Free legal help for Children and Young People throughout Aotearoa.
Would you like to work as a youth worker, community worker or in another related field? Here’s an Opportunity for people aged 16-24 years to gain a Free Level 3 Qualification in Youth Work.
The New Zealand Youth Mentoring Network is a "charitable trust" that works alongside those that work with young people. We aim to provide advice, support, access to best practice resources and training in Mentoring.