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CILT HQ - The Coromandel Resource Centre


The Coromandel Resource Centre is a busy ‘one stop shop’ for residents in the heart of Coromandel Town, providing information on health and disability services, funding to enable people to attend hospital appointments in Thames and Hamilton and rooms for agencies not located in the area to hold regular clinics. We also have Video conferencing facilities, free internet access, and friendly staff to help you out.
Open Monday - Thursday, 9am - 3pm more info here

Heartlands Service Centre


Heartlands is a government funded inter agency initiative that enables people in rural areas to access government services. The Centre is based at Tiki House in Coromandel Town and is accessed by local residents and those living in the isolated communities of Colville, Port Charles, Papa Aroha, Koputauaki, Kennedy Bay, Whangapoua and Manaia. In addition to government agencies, other social services providers regularly book the rooms to see clients.
Open Monday - Thursday, 9am - 3pm more info here

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Community Support Services


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Artists In The Making

Artists in the Making is a support group for people with a disability, both men and women, in Whitianga and surrounding districts. Participants use art and craft to help uncover their creative and artistic skills, meeting every Wednesday and Friday.
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The Work Co-op Coromandel

The Work Co-op has been operating out of a villa in Wharf Road in Coromandel Town for over 15 years and is run like a big whanau where everyone supports each other to set and achieve goals. The programme supports people within the township and remote outlying areas who have a mental health issue and or intellectual and physical disability as well as probation clients to complete their community service hours and safely reintegrate into the community and youth transitioning from school into employment and training.
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Community Transport Service

The Community Transport Service is a vital service that enables patients with a Community Services Card from the isolated rural communities of the Upper Coromandel Peninsula, access to health care at Thames Hospital and Waikato Hospital. The service is funded by the Waikato District Health Board. Patients are offered petrol vouchers or a cheque to attend hospital appointments in their own vehicles and a dedicated team of volunteer drivers are available for patients who are unable to drive.
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Social Housing Project

CILT currently has 14 pensioner flats in Coromandel Town and is actively working towards supplying additional affordable accommodation throughout the peninsula for those over 60, those with a disability or those living on a low income.
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Samuel James Reserve Building – including information centre and public toilets

Environmental Initiatives

‘The Goldmine’ Re-use Centre, and Coromandel RTS

Coromandel Walking Tracks

Graham Dingle Foundation ‘Kiwi Can’


Kiwi Can is our energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.

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Get in touch

Contact

kiwican@cilt.org.nz
Marlene Johnson Kiwi Can Coordinator:
027 2232 629