A 10 week one-on-one anxiety counselling programme to increase work readiness for people out of work, or to assist people whose anxiety affects their work. Who is eligible: Work and Income clients who are eligible, or in receipt of a Disability Allowance or individuals able to fund sessions themselves. The Counselling Team; Maree Stachel-Williamson (MNZAC, … Continued
Statement of services offered: non-profit Christian organisation providing an integrated response to debt and unemployment in Christchurch and North Canterbury. Our services are free. Have trained volunteer budget advisors to help develop systems required for managing money and budgeting for bills. Offer Budgeting Courses – give help for your Personal Spending Plan, banking, dealing with … Continued
Community Law Canterbury provides free legal information, advice and education to those on low incomes and others who have difficulty accessing legal help, including disabled people. It has a general drop-in service on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5.30-7pm, and Saturday mornings 9.30 – 12 midday a specialist employment law drop-in service on Wednesday … Continued
PEETO provides: English for Speakers of Other Languages courses (ESOL); Vocational Training and Workbased Training; Computer Training; Cultural Orientation courses for Migrants and Refugees; Drivers Licence courses (Theory); An employment programme (funded by the Immigration Service) in association with the Refugee and Migrant Centre. Professional assessment of students’ needs – all PEETO students and prospective … Continued
ComCare Trust works with and for people living in Canterbury who experience serious mental illness. A referral is needed from their case manager. Services provided by the Trust include a wide range of housing supports (from assistance in finding and moving into a flat to sheltered housing) and specialised individual support in undertaking leisure and … Continued
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