Tuning in to Kids is a parenting program that aims to give you helpful ways of teaching your child the skills of emotional intelligence. The program teaches you about how you, as a parent, can help your child develop good emotional skills.
Located on Churchill Street, just off Bealey Ave, the Christchurch Service Centre is the Canterbury regional office for Presbyterian Support Upper South Island. Presbyterian Support provides wrap around social services for those who need it, regardless of culture or religion. Our focus is on growing a better New Zealand for all New Zealanders.
Our busy Amuri Park Service Centre offers a variety of services and programmes. Please drop in and say ‘hi’.
Phone: 03 366 5472
Unit 4, Amuri Park,
P O Box 13 171
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm.
Tuesday 8.30 am – 8.00 pm
Services available from this location:
Unfortunately this service is no longer available. If you have a young child and would like some support please inquire here to request some information on how we may be able to help you and your whanau. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Access counselling, advocacy, family work and group programmes for your child and family, through your school.
In a group setting, you’ll learn how to identify and manage potentially-problem behaviours more confidently.
Having positive role models is important to a child or young person’s development. If those role models are removed, or absent from your child’s life, a mentor outside of usual family networks can be of enormous help.
We work young people to support you to deal with events or issues that are affecting your ability to get ahead.
We’re here to help when life, events or issues feel too big for you work through on your own.
Help for your child when he or she is struggling to feel good, to learn or to fit in at their decile 1-3 primary school.
We work with children and families to deal with issues affecting your child’s behaviour and happiness.
Learn how to parent better through separation. Group Parenting through Separation courses delivered by trained programme leaders.