Doing what matters
The Wise Group isn’t afraid to tackle the hard issues – it’s about doing what matters and creating fresh possibilities for people, organisations and communities.
Stories of change
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things to save lives and prevent suicides in their communities were recognised today at the national LifeKeepers Awards, in Christchurch.
Trust House has officially opened the Kuripuni supported accommodation service in Masterton, a collaboration between Wise Group and government organisations, to build eight new homes for people experiencing mental illness.
The Wise Group’s subsidiary The People’s Project has been selected to provide a Housing First service for rough sleepers in Tauranga.
Le Va has officially joined the NRL’s State of Mind programme to provide expert advice on mental health to support the wellbeing of Pasifika rugby league communities in New Zealand, the Pacific and Australia.
A group of young people have been supported by Real, the youth brand of Pathways, to write and develop a song and music video which shares the message that it’s okay to say no, or be told no, to sex.
A new website developed by Le Va called ‘Aunty Dee’ is helping young Pasifika and Māori cope with stressful life experiences by providing them with a step-by-step structured approach to problem solving.