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Te Ikaroa Rangatahi Social Services

Social Service, Abuse and Violence Support, Kaupapa Māori

Today

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

Description

Te Ikaroa Rangatahi Social Services Inc is a community based organisation that deliver services to young people and their whānau. We aim to empower clients to achieve positive outcomes for themselves and their whānau, with a holistic approach which encourages a kaupapa Māori framework.

Ages

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

How do I access this service?

Contact us

We will support you and your whānau through Kaupapa Māori Based Practice. Please contact us for non-judgemental support and guidance from our caring team of skilled professionals.

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Referral

Many of our services are taken on a referral basis from Oranga Tamariki, MBIE, police, Ministry of Justice and our Iwi Ngāti Kahungunu.

Walk in

You may walk in during business hours. 

Charges

Some of our programmes may require a part charge, please enquire.

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free, Fees apply

Hours

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

Mon – Fri 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

We have an on call service for whānau who are with our organisation : 06 8799 495 

Languages Spoken

English, Māori

Services Provided

Abuse and violence support

Our Whakamana Whanau programme provides domestic violence education and support for victims of family harm. Our Whānau Hui is an avenue for mediation between whānau members with an appointed facilitator. We also provide counselling and therapy to whānau who need someone to talk to. This can be done individually or as a whānau roopu by a qualified counsellor to address mental health issues including grief, loss, family violence, relationship issues, sexual abuse, stress, anger, depression and effects of maltreatment as a child. There is a cost for counselling.

  • Counselling
  • Education programmes
  • Family violence intervention
  • Information and support
  • Referral to specialist services

Our Whakamana Whānau programme provides domestic violence education and support for victims of family harm. 

Our Whānau Hui is an avenue for mediation between whānau members with an appointed facilitator.

We also provide counselling and therapy to whānau who need someone to talk to. This can be done individually or as a whānau roopu by a qualified counsellor to address mental health issues including grief, loss, family violence, relationship issues, sexual abuse, stress, anger, depression and effects of maltreatment as a child. There is a cost for counselling. 

Kaupapa Māori
Social work

Our social work/whānau support includes community based support (home-based) and programmes with a wrap-around approach. Our social work support focuses on the whānau as a whole, builds on whānau strengths and increases their capacity so whānau are nurturing, resilient and self-reliant.

Our social work/whānau support includes community based support (home-based) and programmes with a wrap-around approach. Our social work support focuses on the whānau as a whole, builds on whānau strengths and increases their capacity so whānau are nurturing, resilient and self-reliant.

Youth Support (Alternative Action)

Alternative Action is a mentoring programme for young persons who are at low-level offending, referred by Police and/or Oranga Tamariki. The support service is to support the youth in education, training or similar and address reparation for offences.

Alternative Action is a mentoring programme for young persons who are at low-level offending, referred by Police and/or Oranga Tamariki. The support service is to support the youth in education, training or similar and address reparation for offences.

Pou Amo

This programme requires a referral from Oranga Tamariki. We also accept referrals from whānau with further Korero. An Iwi-led social service that is child-centred, whānau focused and culturally responsive. To support whānau to develop their own solutions to the issues they face. Whānau and professionals work together to agree how they can keep mokopuna safe, keeping their welfare and interests at the centre.

This programme requires a referral from Oranga Tamariki. We also accept referrals from whānau with further Kōrero.

An Iwi-led social service that is child-centred, whānau focused and culturally responsive. To support whānau to develop their own solutions to the issues they face. Whānau and professionals work together to agree how they can keep mokopuna safe, keeping their welfare and interests at the centre.

Residential Care

24hr, 7 days, supervised care within our residential facilities: Remand Home, Bail Home and Bespoke Homes

24hr, 7 days, supervised care within our residential facilities: Remand Home, Bail Home and Bespoke Homes

Supported Flexi-Bail

Community-based support and services to young people during their bail period. Open to young persons aged between 12-17 inclusive where Police believe there may be an issue regarding compliance with court ordered conditions.

Community-based support and services to young people during their bail period. Open to young persons aged between 12-17 inclusive where Police believe there may be an issue regarding compliance with court ordered conditions.

Tiaki Tangata - Reintegration service

Reintegration support for whānau who have been incarcerated for 2 years of more to aid in transition from prison to the community. Assisting with employment and/or training, access to appropriate support services on release.

Reintegration support for whānau who have been incarcerated for 2 years of more to aid in transition from prison to the community. Assisting with employment and/or training, access to appropriate support services on release.

Toi Huarewa

To provide a localised solution targeting and supporting those with alcohol and drug dependency - addressing the wider impacts of whānau and communities project.

To provide a localised solution targeting and supporting those with alcohol and drug dependency - addressing the wider impacts of whānau and communities project.

Advocacy
Pregnancy and parenting

Referral needed from Oranga Tamariki

  • Parenting education

Referral needed from Oranga Tamariki

Additional Details

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

Region

Hawkes Bay

Contact Details

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

Shop 1, 7 Poole Street
Flaxmere
Hastings
Hawke's Bay 4120

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Shop 1, 7 Poole Street
Flaxmere
Hastings
Hawke's Bay 4120

This page was last updated at 2:42PM on August 10, 2023. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Ikaroa Rangatahi Social Services.