Since opening up the Navigate Initiative (NI) unit on the 8th October 2018, there have been 24 men enter the unit, five men have been released into the community, and...
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“My father used to work in a bank back in the day, but when they asked him to move to Australia, he resigned.
“I was one of the first Tu Ora to enter the Navigate Initiative in October 2018, and the first one to leave prison in January 2019.
On Sunday the 24th March 2019, City2Surf will take place in Christchurch for the 45th time. For the first time, seven men inside the wire will participate, within the boundaries of prison.
“Being a policeman for over 12 years, I had to knock on one toomany doors to tell parents that their child was involved in a caraccident.
“Being born and raised in a rough upbringing in Southland during the late 1990’s, I’ve experienced some violent gang wars.
When Mike, Victor and Murray followed their calling 20 years ago, none of them believed that Pathway would be where it is today. But with the faithful support of a few generous people and organisations who believed in them, as well as the extraordinary efforts of Pathway’s workers over the years, our 20 year celebration is here!
One of the four dimensions of well being (Te whare tapa wha), which is a focus for the NI Unit, is physical well being.
The recent hard work and collaboration of Pathway and Odyssey House has begun to bear fruit...
"With nothing left to lose but the shirt I was wearing, I jumped onto a plane to Christchurch to leave everything behind. That was around the time Pathway stepped in - about one year ago. Trevor and Chrissie at Pathway helped me out so much..."