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To ensure that each person entering the programme is treated as an individual, and given a sense of dignity and value, whether or not they complete the programme.

That students realise that the responsibility for recovery is theirs.

That students will come to appreciate the need to approach recovery from a 'whole-of-life' perspective. We want to help and encourage each student in the development of their whole person, (not just stopping addiction[s]), so they can achieve their personal potential.

That students will learn on-going positive daily routines which assist in continuing to remain free of compulsive or addictive behaviours.

That students gain personal and life skills which allow them to make a positive contribution into the lives of other people and their community.

That students are helped to find appropriate accommodation and support when they leave Te Nikau.

That students achieve long-term freedom from any or all substance or behavioural addictions.

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