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Family-centred services (direct services) guidelines Ministry of Social Development and Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Social Development, 2018Description: electronic document (13 pages) ; PDF file: 388 KB.Subject(s): New Zealand. Ministy of Social Development | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | CHILD EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILIES | FUNDING CONTRACTING SERVICE GUIDELINES | GUIDELINES | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | SOCIAL WORK | SUPPORT SERVICES | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: These guidelines are for the provider that the Ministry of Social Development (‘the Ministry’) contracts with to provide these services. The guidelines form part of the outcome agreement. Family-Centred Services (Direct Services) are intended to help families and whānau become safe places to be and to restore family and whānau safety and wellbeing/mauri ora where violence has occurred. From the family and whānau perspective, their safety, needs and aspirations are at the centre of the services provided. Family-Centred Services (Direct Services) help families and whānau to make their own decisions, draw on strengths within the family and whānau, and chart their own course for their future by delivering effective, holistic, culturally appropriate and responsive services. Providers are encouraged to work together to provide innovative and joined-up ways of meeting family and community need. The guidelines are a living document and may be varied at the discretion of the Ministry. Access the website to check for updates. Record #6209
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Last updated June 2018


These guidelines are for the provider that the Ministry of Social Development (‘the Ministry’) contracts with to provide these services. The guidelines form part of the outcome agreement.

Family-Centred Services (Direct Services) are intended to help families and whānau become safe places to be and to restore family and whānau safety and wellbeing/mauri ora where violence has occurred. From the family and whānau
perspective, their safety, needs and aspirations are at the centre of the services provided.

Family-Centred Services (Direct Services) help families and whānau to make their own decisions, draw on strengths within the family and whānau, and chart their own course for their future by delivering effective, holistic, culturally appropriate and responsive services. Providers are encouraged to work together to provide
innovative and joined-up ways of meeting family and community need.

The guidelines are a living document and may be varied at the discretion of the Ministry. Access the website to check for updates. Record #6209