What we can do for
Individuals / He Tangata
We’re here to help people to help themselves and be successful in their lives.
Work and Income will work with you to identify your needs, match you to appropriate vacancies and support you with your search for work.
Mainstream Supported Employment is a programme providing work opportunities for disabled people in government organisations.
Work and Income may be able to provide financial assistance if you’re struggling to support yourself or family. This can include help if you’re not currently working or if you are on a low income.
StudyLink can provide you with advice and information on study options, the kinds of funding available, and how to get the most from your investment.
Youth Service supports young people aged 16 to 17 years and parents aged between 16 and 18 most at risk of long-term benefit receipt into education, training or work-based learning. It helps young people gain the skills they need to get employment and create a future for them and their family.
Work and Income offer a number of services for young people aged 16 to 19 to help improve skills through education, training, work or other related activities.
Family and Community Services can help you get the support you need from within your own community. They have information on the many services available nationwide such as addiction, training, child raising and legal advice.
You can search for contact details of over 6,000 family and community services using their Family Services Directory.
Community Links are where people can get help for a range of needs by a variety of social services and agencies in one place. These services could range from simple financial assistance through to advocacy, support, education and counselling services.
Heartland Service Centres provide access to government services and information in rural communities. They provide an opportunity to meet face to face with government agency representatives.
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