Familialtrust

MISSION STATEMENT/KAUPAPA:

"Empowering families/whanau to understand the impact of addiction and make lasting changes for the future"

VISION:

Providing Hope, well-being and understanding to families affected by addiction

 

 

 

The Familial Trust is one of three primary 

COPMIA Canterbury services

  more details here

 

 

 

 

Supporters

Trust Updates

Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



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Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

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Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details


Helping People

Congratulations Emma Peek. So proud of your achievement. Graduating with a Bachelors in Youth Development in Wellington yesterday. So much hard work rewarded. Woo hoo Emma.
It is our understanding that Emma is the first person from Canterbury to achieve The Bachelor of Youth Development degree.
The Bachelor of Youth Development is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. Traditionally professionals working with young people have been broadly trained as social workers, which runs the risk of glossing over the challenges and issues that adolescents and young adults uniquely face.
Since opening in November 2001, over 25,000 people have directly benefited from programmes and services of the Familial Trust, including over 2500 children and young people.



Read More


Local Hero Awards

Christchurch's Karen Watson 'humbled' by local hero nomination
Karen Watson loves her work and does not think there is anything else in the world she would rather do.

The Christchurch woman has been named as one of three finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Local Hero of the Year.

Watson started the Familial Trust to provide support for the family members of addicts.

On Wednesday, Watson said she was sitting in her office staring out the window "in awe" of what the trust had become 15 years on.

More Details



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