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A primary goal of Te Kāhu Tiu’s programme is to prepare our participants to successfully transition into further education and/or employment. Pursuing further education and maintaining employment are universally recognised as important to keep rangatahi distant from the justice system.
Additionally, they extend and build a range of relationships and lead to individuals gaining access to vital resources – money and/or support.
Individual planning with potential employers and/or education facilities, whānau, and external social agencies, will then be undertaken to ensure our rangatahi’s successful transition.
The frequency of our formal post-programme support may be daily or weekly during the initial transition out of the programme and will gradually reduce as rangatahi re-integrate into the community, however Te Kāhu Tiu’s ‘door’ will always be open for our alumni to reach out.
We will engage with each ‘graduate’ at least annually – to track their progress and provide support, and they will be invited back regularly to renew their ties, and share their stories/successes.
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