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Help our team support whānau this Christmas

Posted: Tuesday November 29, 2022

Honour The Past, Celebrate The Present, Embrace The Future Celebrating 50 Years Of Service To The Community

Since our humble beginnings in 1970, Anglican Family Care has delivered a range of restorative, social and therapeutic services in Otago to tamariki and their whānau who are facing difficulties.

Posted: Tuesday November 29, 2022

Meri Kirihimete

Have a safe Christmas and holiday period

Posted: Tuesday November 29, 2022

Thank You!

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our supporters who have helped us throughout the year. We wish you all a festive Christmas and look forward to reconnecting safely in 2023.

Posted: Tuesday November 29, 2022

A Journey Through Parenting

Brooke first heard about Family Start through her partner at the time, who was receiving support from the programme delivered by Anglican Family Care.

Posted: Tuesday November 29, 2022

South Otago Community Connector

The Community Connector service was introduced to support the government’s Covid-19 response by working with individuals or whānau negatively affected by Covid-19.

Posted: Monday November 28, 2022

Working Together For Positive Change

We are proud to help combat family violence in Dunedin with involvement in the Whāngaia Ngā Pā Harakeke ki Ōtepoti (WNPH), a police-sponsored initiative where police and iwi and social agencies are working in partnership to reduce family harm.

Posted: Monday November 28, 2022

A special thank you to everyone who joined us at our Mrs Harris Goes To Paris Movie Night Fundraiser on 20 October.

We had a great time together, we have raised over $1,500 to support vulnerable tamariki and whānau in Otago.

Posted: Monday November 28, 2022

Advancement Through Advocacy

Our team of social workers and whānau workers advocate for clients. Dunedin Home-based social worker Rose explains what this means.

Posted: Monday November 28, 2022

Because of You, Whānau are Hopeful

What is this thing we call social work? Social workers work in many contexts. They must have a tertiary qualification in social work or be able to demonstrate they are competent to the Social Work Registration Board.

Posted: Monday November 28, 2022

50+ Years Celebration Dinner

Our extraordinary story of vision, innovation, risk-taking, occasional crises and sheer hard work continues. Book your tickets now

Posted: Friday November 25, 2022

Anglican Family Care Movie Night Fundraising Event

Grab that bag of popcorn and settle into a comfortable seat....this is a movie you won't want to miss!

Posted: Thursday October 20, 2022

Because of You... Families Are Confident

Have you ever had a time in your life where things don’t go the way you planned, or you feel overwhelmed? Counselling services offered at Anglican Family Care can help with a range of concerns including self-esteem, depression, stress management, anxiety, addiction, emotional or sexual abuse issues that may impact a parent or caregivers’ ability to provide healthy and effective parenting.

Posted: Friday April 8, 2022

Donate Now

Yes! I would like to make a difference to Otago families

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Staff Celebrations

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Thank You To Our Wonderful Community

Amongst the generosity of our community before Christmas,we would like to thank all businesses and community groups that donated toys, vouchers, and various treats for whānau throughout Otago.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Ordinary people doing extraordinary things | Become A Caregiver

We are seeking to expand our caregiver team and provide opportunities for Dunedin whānau to recharge their batteries and look after themselves.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Parenting in A Digital World

Clients access Anglican Family Care’s therapeutics services through internal and external referrals.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022

Marie's Story

We talked to new mum Marie who told us that, prior to her pregnancy, she was experiencing some anxiety and depression which she had kept to herself. Within a week of her son being born, she was feeling sleep deprived and overwhelmed as a first time Mum.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2022