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Te Hauora o Ngāti Hauā

Social Service, Abuse and Violence Support, Kaupapa Māori

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Description

Our mission is to promote a quality of life for the people and communities of Ngāti Hauā, where whānau live in safe, supporting communities, healthy environments with adequate income, secure housing and meaningful roles in life.

We provide the following services:

  • Mobile Nurse and Healthy Lifestyle Services
  • COVID-19 Response Support
  • Vaccination & Immunisation Support
  • Whānau Support Service
  • Strengthening Families Coordination
  • Toiora - Rangatahi Support & Mentoring Service
  • Family Centred Services
  • Whānau Ora - Kaiārahi Navigator Service
  • Public Health Promotion, and
  • Community Development

Staff

Our team are dedicated professionals using our unique backgrounds, personal experiences and tikanga māori to guide our work with whānau and communities. 

Ages

Child / Tamariki, Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua

How do I access this service?

Walk in, Referral, Make an appointment, No appointment required, Mobile community provider, Home visit provider

Charges

All Te Hauora o Ngāti Hauā services are free of charge

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free

Hours

Mon – Fri 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

English, Māori

Services Provided

Family Centred Services (Family & Dometic Violence Support)

Our role is to provide direct support to whānau or individuals experiencing or affected by family or domestic violence. The primary aim of our service is to restore safety, foster wellbeing and promote positive change(s) to eliminate and prevent violence from reoccurring. See our brochure for full details.

  • Care and protection
  • Conflict resolution mediation
  • Family violence intervention
  • Information and support
  • Referral to specialist services
  • Support groups
  • Victim support

Our role is to provide direct support to whānau or individuals experiencing or affected by family or domestic violence.

The primary aim of our service is to restore safety, foster wellbeing and promote positive change(s) to eliminate and prevent violence from reoccurring. 

See our brochure for full details.

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Whānau Ora Navigator Service

Kaiārahi (or Navigators) work closely with whānau to identify their specific needs and aspirations, helping to identify the services or support they require. The aim of this service is to enable whānau to grow and thrive by removing any barriers and building plans to take better control of their lives and circumstances. See our brochure for full details.

Service types: Whānau Ora, Kaupapa Māori, Service navigator.

Kaiārahi (or Navigators) work closely with whānau to identify their specific needs and aspirations, helping to identify the services or support they require.

The aim of this service is to enable whānau to grow and thrive by removing any barriers and building plans to take better control of their lives and circumstances.

See our brochure for full details.

Note: PDF downloads require the free Adobe Reader application to view.

Toiora - Rangatahi Support & Mentoring Service

Toiora is a youth support and mentoring service. Designed to support ‘at risk’ rangatahi to build essential life skills, make better informed decisions and cope with life challenges. Toiora means ‘wellbeing’ and our service aims to foster positive experiences and learning opportunities for rangatahi. See our brochure for full details

Toiora is a youth support and mentoring service. Designed to support ‘at risk’ rangatahi to build essential life skills, make better informed decisions and cope with life challenges.

Toiora means ‘wellbeing’ and our service aims to foster positive experiences and learning opportunities for rangatahi.

See our brochure for full details

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Strengthening Families

Service types: Advocacy, Family / whānau support, Information & support, Kaupapa Māori, Pregnancy and parenting, Parent wellbeing, Whānau support, Social work, Whānau Ora, Kaupapa Māori, Young mums. SF brochure (PDF, 2.5 MB) Note: PDF downloads require the free Adobe Reader application to view.

Service types: Advocacy, Family / whānau support, Information & support, Kaupapa Māori, Pregnancy and parenting, Parent wellbeing, Whānau support, Social work, Whānau Ora, Kaupapa Māori, Young mums.

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Mobile Nurse & Healthy Lifestyle

Whanau Ora Chronic Disease Management Service: Our mobile nursing service targets Māori adults aged 25 years and over who have or are predisposed to a chronic condition including; diabetes, respiratory and, or heart condition. Our Mobile Nurse and Healthy Lifestyle Service is staffed by a Registered Clinical Nurse and Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator. Both are dedicated and committed to improving whānau wellbeing. Our team apply their clinical and community knowledge, skills and networks to ensure that you have all the necessary support to manage and improve your health. See our brochure for full details.

Service types: Community nursing, Family / whānau support, Wellness / healthy lifestyle, Exercise and activity, Healthy eating, Mindfulness and mental wellbeing, Smoking cessation (Stop smoking).

Whānau Ora Chronic Disease Management Service:

Our mobile nursing service targets Māori adults aged 25 years and over who have or are predisposed to a chronic condition including; diabetes, respiratory and, or heart condition.

Our Mobile Nurse and Healthy Lifestyle Service is staffed by a Registered Clinical Nurse and Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator. Both are dedicated and committed to improving whānau wellbeing.

Our team apply their clinical and community knowledge, skills and networks to ensure that you have all the necessary support to manage and improve your health.

See our brochure for full details.

Note: PDF downloads require the free Adobe Reader application to view.

Kaupapa Māori
Whānau Ora

Disability Assistance

Wheelchair access, NZ sign language interpreter, Quiet, low sensory environment, A longer appointment time, Support to make decisions, More space to move around

Additional Details

Face to face / Kanohi ki te Kanohi, Speak with women / wahine, Speak with men / tane, Child / Tamariki friendly, Phone, Online / virtual / app, LGBTQIA+ friendly

Region

Waikato

Contact Details

Freephone:  0800 483 428

2 Cadman Street
Waharoa
Waikato 3401

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2 Cadman Street
Waharoa
Waikato 3401

This page was last updated at 2:22PM on February 13, 2024. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Hauora o Ngāti Hauā.