We have left Whangaparaoa but we were not going to leave our precious tree behind. The team at Orewa Framing Studio have done a awesome job of capturing and framing our tree. Now Rangitoto looks even more psychedelic.
We had such a great day today at event two of the MTF Silverdale Get Moving Festival !! A huge congratulations to everyone who took part in an event, whether it was an easy jog, a challenging run, or a walk and talk with friends and family, you all got moving and were absolutely amazing! A huge […]
We are feeling so blessed! This week we had the pleasure of one of New Zealand’s master storytellers and artists Stu Duval visit our office to paint this amazing mural. It is proving to be very therapeutic for our visitors, demonstrating that when faced with a brick wall there are blue skies ahead. Thanks Stu […]
We have been busy over the New Years period getting the new office spaces ready for 2019. Matt Anderson-Smith Grayson Nipper and Michael Leatheart have been busy to add an extra counselling room and replace doors and walls to soundproof the existing rooms. We also have a hoard of helpers who have donated their time […]
Youth In Transition offices have relocated to Manly. We will be very sad to leave our beautiful house, which has been a sanctuary to many people over the last four years. However, we look into the new year with excitement, relocating to a bigger space meaning we have a great opportunity to expand, reaching more […]
Youth in Transition had the privilege of meeting recently with police from the local Whangaparaoa branch. The aim of this meeting was to share experiences of our work relating to youth in our community, to see where we were already successfully working together, and to see what we would could be doing better. This was […]
In mid June 2018, we were able to meet with the team from the Mental Health Inquiry. This was a powerful and exciting opportunity to share Youth In Transition’s philosophies and successes. We were also able to share some constructive feedback of our experiences of public mental health services. We were incredibly privileged to have […]