Resilience Hub launched

Issue: Volume 97, Number 14

Posted: 13 August 2018
Reference #: 1H9jwQ

Skylight Trust has launched a new Resilience Hub. A digital resource to help children, young people, their whānau,
and communities to navigate through times of trauma, loss, and grief.

Bay of Plenty young people attended a Skylight Resilience Camp

Chief Executive Heather Henare says the online resource contains articles, videos, links, and a physical hub offering personalised information, support, counselling services and a library.

The Hub features web-series that tackle real issues affecting young people. For communities, professionals, groups and individuals there is new online training content, access to knowledge and tools to help get them through difficult times. This ensures users have access to a holistic suite of the services that people need.

“People are crying out for help, but often they don’t know where to start. Anyone can connect to us in a way that works for them. The Hub will ensure discretion and ease of access, wherever you are in the country,” says Heather. “The Resilience Hub(external link)  will have a positive impact on the wellbeing and lives of New Zealanders.”

As part of the Hub development work, ministries and funders supported Skylight to develop community partnerships with organisations and individuals throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.

Find out more about the year 9 resilience building travellers programme(external link).(external link)

BY Education Gazette editors
Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero,

Posted: 9:00 am, 13 August 2018

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