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Don't let the flu get you
Get immunised now!
www.fightflu.co.nz

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13 August
Cystic Fibrosis Week

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Tuesday 21 August 2012
1.30 pm at the Memorial Hall Supper Room next to the Library on Main St, Otaki.

Speaker: Dr Steven Finlay, CEO of the Cleantech Trust
Refreshment at conclusion

RVSP by 19th August 2012
Tel: (06) 364 8664
E-mail: cab.otaki@xtra.co.nz

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Friday 31 August
Cancer Society "Daffodil Day"

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Youthline Palmerston North

Hancock Community House
77-85 King Street
Palmerston North
 
Tel: (06) 357 3067
Text: (027) 4 YOUTHS
Helpline: (0800) 376 633

E-mail: Youthline@xtra.co.nz
Info: www.urge.co.nz  and www.whakamanawa.co.nz
Website: www.youthline.co.nz

Services:
Established in 1970 Youthline is the first point of contact for thousands of young people seeking help each year, providing immediate support, development opportunities and counselling referral resources.

Youthline has grown into a multi-faceted social service working with and for young people and their families in the community to reduce the isolation, fear and violence within society.

Youthline is a charitable organisation specialising in youth services including phone, face-to-face and family counselling, an on-site school, youth information facilities and youth development programmes.

Youthline is a Youth development organisation. Youth development is about being connected, having quality relationships, fostering participation and being able to access good information.

Youthline delivers a number of clinical services to the community in the following areas: education, counselling, family therapy, email counselling, pregnancy counselling, mentoring and crisis support via a Help line. In order to provide young people with the highest quality service, and meet the demands for evidence based practice, Youthline has undertaken a project which delivers empirically-supported interventions to young people and their families.

Youthline services reflect the principle that the welfare and interests of the child or young person are the first and paramount consideration.

Youthline's vision is to create communities which relate to the needs of young people, respond to them, and support them to achieve their potential.

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