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How we might work with you

Partnered response This is a less formal way of working with families, whānau and their tamariki.Sometimes it just means helping families and whānau find and use services that the community already provides. This happens after an assessment has been completed. If the caregiver agrees, we'll make a referral to a community service provider. We will then work with the provider of the services being us...

Overview

Children's Teams The Children’s Team approach is a way of working hand in hand with families and whānau to create safer lives for at-risk children.  We work together with other agencies, non-government organisations and communities to put the child first and ensure their voices are heard.  Learn more...

Our Focus 2018 - video transcript

(child’s voice)I see a family who loves meI see food on the table, a warm houseI see a cool school...friends to play withA place where I can be me (adult voice)We are Oranga Tamariki–Ministry for Children.We want a country where all tamariki thrive in safe and loving whānau and communities...where they get every opportunity to dream. (child’s voice)I have dreams, big dreams, huuuge dreamsI want to be an inventor, no a zookeeper, an as...

Meeting Care Standards

Care standards Care Standards set out what tamariki and rangatahi can expect while they're in care, and what caregivers can expect. Care Standards Regulation booklet Care Partners Care Partners (396 providers) provide a range of care options for tamariki and whānau under contract to Oranga Tamariki.Our Care Partners support us to meet the National Care Standards.Care service specifications outline ho...