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Odyssey House

Odyssey House

Since 1980, Odyssey House Auckland has treated New Zealand adults and adolescents with serious substance abuse, gambling, and other associated problems.

Dr Fraser McDonald, then head of Carrington Hospital, established Odyssey House, Auckland’s first dedicated facility in a rented house on Rose Road in Grey Lynn in October 1981 - with a staff of just one.

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ParentCare

ParentCare

ParentCare exists to support the parents of sick and premature babies. Our point of contact is primarily at Auckland City Hospital where our office is based, but our vision is to be supporting parents from across New Zealand.

Here you will find all you need to know about Parentcare - who we are and what we are doing, the when, where and the why. We hope that as you explore you will become interested in being part of the how.

Van Asch Deaf Education Centre

Van Asch Deaf Education Centre

The van Asch Deaf Education Centre is a residential special school for deaf children, and is situated in Sumner, Christchurch, New Zealand.

The Centre strives to be a leading provider of quality educational programmes and special related services that meet the needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing students and their families, in the lower half of the North Island and the South Island of New Zealand.

The Centre also provides services and support for mainstream students and their teachers.

Contact:
Van Asch Deaf Education Centre
Phone: 03 326 6009
Fax: 03 326 5346

Safe2go

Safe2go

Safe2Go is working to improve the use and installation of child restraints. Our technicians can help you to keep your child safe when travelling in your vehicle.

Contact:
Safe2go
Postal Address:
PO Box 151134,
New Lynn,
Auckland.
Phone: 09 827 6182
Fax: 09 827 6184
Email: safe...@childsafety.co.nz
Website: http://www.safe2go.co.nz/

KidsHealth

KidsHealth

The Paediatric Society of New Zealand Inc (PSNZ) is a not-for-profit charitable organisation. Until 2000 it remained largely a professional support organisation for paediatricians. In 2000 it moved to become a multidisciplinary organisation in recognition of the crucial role played by all groups of child health professionals in achieving its mission. PSNZ is committed to improving the health of children and young people. As a multi-disciplinary Society it is able to develop and influence pathways for improvement.

The PSNZ is a national organisation working to:

The Champion Centre

The Champion Centre

The Champion Centre provides high quality family/whanau based early intervention services for families who have children with multifaceted Development Delay, to educate about early intervention and to act with parents of children with Developmental Delay as advocates for adequate and appropriate community services for them and their children.

Otautahi Services Trust

Otautahi Services Trust

Matua Whangai means that we are committed to returning children to their whanau, hapu, iwi.

Criteria for Services - Children between the ages of 0 - 16 years in need of care and protection. We don't accept Youth Justice referrals. We offer support services to families of children referred to us by CYFS. We provide social services to families in the community.

Fireguards

Fireguards

We manufacture two designs of childproof fireguard - one suitable for freestanding hearth fires and one suitable for open fires.

Safety

The Fireguard is:

  • Securely mounted to the wall at four points
  • The gaps between uprights have been set to stop children reaching through towards the fire

We manufacture two designs of childproof fireguard - one suitable for freestanding hearth fires and one suitable for open fires.

Safety

The Fireguard is:

National Research Centre for Growth and Development

National Research Centre for Growth and Development

National Research Centre for Growth and Development (NRCGD), a New Zealand Government-funded Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE). The NRCGD brings together leading scientists from six partner organisations across New Zealand to address a single overarching question.

Every Child Counts

Every Child Counts

Every Child Counts is focused on achieving change in four vital areas related to child well-being:

  • Putting children and families at the centre of policy and planning.
  • Ensuring all children get a good start in the early years.
  • Reducing child abuse and neglect, and
  • Ending child poverty.

Thousands of individuals and organisations have signed their names in support of Every Child Counts aims. We welcome your support.

Contact:
Every Child Counts
Website: http://www.everychildcounts.org.nz/