There is a range of services that support people from education to employment. There are also other providers that support people with their health and wellbeing.
Below is a range of providers that support people but also health and wellbeing directories. We know there are other providers please contact to be included.
Dress for Success
Dress for Success is a global movement for change, empowering women to safer and better futures. They have services in suiting for interview outfits and job training to help prepare them for work. Website
Whangarei Youth Transition Service
A service for those who are 16 to 17 who are not in education, training or work. They may help if you are 15 years old and not attending school. They assist in helping young people toward education, training and work. Website
Helps to support those who are transitioning from different career paths or stages in employment, and gives them the skills and advice they need to take the next step in their career. Website
There are several groups that collaborate around an area of common interests. We know there are other groups please contact to be included.
Northland Intersectorial Forum (NIF)
Local and Central government agencies working together for the wellbeing of Northlanders. Contact person is Sue
Whangarei Youth Network
A network of youth professionals that meet on the first Monday of every month. A place to share, connect and engage with other youth professionals and youth workers. Whangarei Youth firstname.lastname@example.org
Child and Youth Friendly Cities
Whangarei has become the first city in New Zealand to register their commitment to becoming a Child and Youth Friendly City – as promoted by the international movement of Child Friendly Cities around the world. This is a long-term project that will shape the philosophy and priorities of the city to ensure that children are front and centre in the way that we do things in Whangarei. Website