Working with a partner organisation has brought aroha and beauty to a re-opened family home for young people in Wellington.
Te Maioha o Parekarangi Youth Justice Residence hosted a concert and dinner for young people and invited guests to celebrate Matariki together.
Chief Executive Gráinne Moss is pleased to announce the 2018 KickStart Breakfast award champions.
A random act of kindness from a store owner in Whangarei makes a big difference for a child.
We’ve launched a nationwide 24/7 Caregiver Guidance and Advice line.
Oranga Tamariki, Police and agencies join forces to find better bail placements for rangatahi
Gráinne talks about what Budget 2018 means for tamariki and rangatahi, keeping children in care safe, and meeting our regional partners.
Corrollie and Dave are kaupapa Māori transition whare caregivers, building life-long relationships and strong foundations.
Tamariki and whānau caregivers were hosted at Papakura Marae for a talk on 'Building a Trauma-Informed Community'.
A paediatrician says the Children’s Team is one of the most “optimistic and successful” care services he has been involved in.
A total of $945.4 million in funding over a four year period has been allocated to support children and young people in care.
A transformation at Youth Justice residence Te Maioha o Parekarangi is far more than skin deep.
A young person in care is one step closer to achieving his dream of competing in rodeo in the United States.
A social worker shares her story of helping reconnect a mum in prison with a daughter she'd been separated from since birth.
Gráinne shares how we're working to keep children at the centre of everything we do.
Creative thinking and planning across our sites in Auckland means tamariki now have better options for care placements.