WISE GUYS COMMUNITY EMERGENCY HOUSING PROJECTWISE Guys newest venture is our Community Housing Project. This Project is focused on getting men's lives back in order / back on track & by giving them the guidance needed to work & live together in a safe environment, taught necessary life skills, compassion, comradery & with the aim of getting our residents back with family & new friends again in time.
ABOUT WISE GUYS
We were established because there are very few, if any, support services available for vulnerable men in
Just as women sometimes need support to effect behaviour change, recover from trauma, rebuild lives and achieve peace, so too do men.
We work together to help achieve personal goals.
TOGETHER WE CAN.
We’re a last resort and first step to rebuilding life when events overcome you and you’re without a home.
We can accommodate you in an Emergency & are an Emergency Housing Provider so when addictions, life, stress, family or relationship breakdowns leave you homeless and unemployed.
Working together we can help you regain control over behavior, such as drug and alcohol addiction, or an inability to cope with relationships and everyday situations.
We’ll help you pick up the pieces and rebuild your life, offering counseling, training and support in a non-judgmental environment to get you back on track and employed again.
We’re a unique educational and therapeutic Retreat – a Refuge in a peaceful rural setting – run by professionals and others who have been where you are and have come through it.
Getting back on track may not be easy – but working together we can help you do it. So if you, or someone you know, wants to get more out of life when every day has become a challenge, contact us.
We’re here – 24 hours – at a place you can call home.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
At our Refuge at Kingseat, South Auckland, we offer:
One-on-one and group Counseling, Life Skills training and Emergency Housing Accommodation.
But life is also about living and being independent.
That’s why we have activities such as boating, fishing, gardening, handyman and social events – that make life start to become & feel normal again.
When you decide to want to leave us and return to the community, we also have support groups in various Auckland suburbs.
Daily Archives: April 25, 2017
A 3 part documentary is currently running on TV 3 The Nation looking into Mental Health and the issues men are facing in New Zealand & today’s society. Some men are feeling lost, not wanted or fit into society & … Continue reading