our services, projects and programmes
Transport to Hospital Appointments
Graeme Dingle Foundation Kiwi Can
Values and life skills programme for 5-12 year olds. We currently deliver the programme in Coromandel Area School, Colville School and Thames South School. more info
Incredible Years Parent Programme
We have delivered the Incredible Years Parent Programme in Coromandel and Whitianga since 2012. more info about the course is available here: http://incredibleyearsnz.co.nz
please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining the next course.
The Work Co-op
The Work Co-op is a big whanau where everyone supports each other to set and achieve goals. The programme supports people who have a mental health issue and or intellectual and physical disability as well as probation clients and youth.
Artists In The Making
A support group for people with a disability. Participants use art and craft to help uncover their creative and artistic skills, meeting every Wednesday and Friday.
The Harray Track
Popular walking Track in Coromandel Town. CILT developed the track, and found employment for local people to help create the track, plant native trees and eradicate pests.
more info here
The Goldmine - Reuse Centre
Redirecting waste away from landfill. more info here
Coromandel Refuse Transfer Station
CILT currently holds the contract to oversee the Coromandel Refuse Transfer Station. for up to date information, including opening hours please refer to the TCDC website: https://www.tcdc.govt.nz/Our-Services/Rubbish-and-Recycling/Refuse-Transfer-Stations/
Pensioner Housing Application Form click here
Whanau Support Services
Integrated Safety Response - ISR
ACC Living My Life.
CILT is an Independent Service facilitator for the 'ACC Living My Life' programme. This programme is aimed at providing ACC clients with impartial and valuable advice about funding and support options in your community. It also helps you to le you to find meaningful connections in your community, and also to make choices about the activities and supports you want to engage in.
Independent Facilitators work with ACC clients and their family/whanau to:
enable you to understand your local, natural, universal, mainstream and funded support options and activities.
enable you to find meaningful connections in your community
facilitate you to make choices about the activities and supports you want to engage in
facilitate you to make choices about the providers of your support services
To access Independent Facilitation you should talk to your ACC Case Manager/Owner about whether this service is right for you. More information can be found here: