Our Youth Services provide a number of programmes to young people engaged with the judicial system. All referrals come directly from the court and Oranga Tamariki.
- Community beautification – D’Tag, painting
- Habitat for Humanity
- Maara Kai / Gardens
- Cultural visits – ie. Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Ruapekapeka
- Basic Tikanga Maori
- Online Learner Licences
- Employment (work preparation)
- Fishing off the rocks and wharves (how to string your line)
- Collecting pipi, puha and watercress (without waste)
- Diving for kaimoana (water safety basics)
- Eeling and setting nets (making your own hinaki)
Health, fitness and outdoor recreations
- Waka Ama and kayaking (basic instruction)
- Aquatic Centre gym and swim
- Boxfit and circuit training
- Bush and designated coastal walks
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