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Te Uri o Hau Tangata Development

Social Service, Abuse and Violence Support

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8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Description

Te Uri o Hau Tangata Development aims to develop emotional, social, cultural, economic self-reliance for the hapū.

We are continuing to grow, enhance and strengthen our capacity to provide services to our people. Services can be found below;

How do I access this service?

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Our goal is to support the hapū of Te Uri o Hau, but our services are available to families regardless of their race, gender and ethnicity. Call or text one of our friendly team members to find out more.

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Referral

Walk in

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free

Hours

8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mon – Fri 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

English, Māori

Services Provided

Abuse and violence support

Homebased Support Service provides a service for Kaipara whānau who require access to support and information to cope with complex social, emotional or cultural situations - particularly family violence, child abuse, parenting and mental health. We can meet with you at your home or an environment of your choice where you feel safe and comfortable. We then work with you to overcome the effects of abuse, liaise with other agencies for a collaborative approach and assist in restoring confidence and a positive outlook on life/goal setting

  • Information and support
  • Referral to specialist services
  • Victim support

Homebased Support Service provides a service for Kaipara whānau who require access to support and information to cope with complex social, emotional or cultural situations - particularly family violence, child abuse, parenting and mental health.

We can meet with you at your home or an environment of your choice where you feel safe and comfortable. We then work with you to overcome the effects of abuse, liaise with other agencies for a collaborative approach and assist in restoring confidence and a positive outlook on life/goal setting

Parenting Programme - Family start

Family Start is a home visiting programme in Dargaville that aims to inspire you to be the best parent you ever want to be. We can help you to help your baby learn, grow to be strong and healthy, have good positive relationships, be safe and have a warm stimulating, nurturing environment.

  • Parenting education
  • Parent wellbeing
  • Whānau support
  • Dads

Family Start is a home visiting programme in Dargaville that aims to inspire you to be the best parent you ever want to be. We can help you to help your baby learn, grow to be strong and healthy, have good positive relationships, be safe and have a warm stimulating, nurturing environment.

Whānau Ora Kaiarahi

Whānau Ora Kaiarahi provides free in-home support service to Kaiwaka whānau to achieve their aspirations in life. It places whānau at the centre of decision making and support them to build a more prosperous future. Our Kaiarahi assist whānau to identify their strengths and develop long term plans with achievable goals. Kaiarahi will advocate and connect whānau to other support services that whānau require to achieve their aspirations.

Service types: Home support, Whānau Ora.

Whānau Ora Kaiarahi provides free in-home support service to Kaiwaka whānau to achieve their aspirations in life. It places whānau at the centre of decision making and support them to build a more prosperous future.

Our Kaiarahi assist whānau to identify their strengths and develop long term plans with achievable goals. Kaiarahi will advocate and connect whānau to other support services that whānau require to achieve their aspirations.

Social work

Our social worker has extensive experience and training in a range of areas, which enables them to assist, support and where necessary refer on to specialised services. In this position they will engage with your family or young person to implement a practical plan of strategies built on the skills, thoughts, wishes and strengths of whanau to encourage positive change in their lives.

Our social worker has extensive experience and training in a range of areas, which enables them to assist, support and where necessary refer on to specialised services. In this position they will engage with your family or young person to implement a practical plan of strategies built on the skills, thoughts, wishes and strengths of whānau to encourage positive change in their lives.

Additional Details

Face to face / Kanohi ki te Kanohi, Child / Tamariki friendly

Region

Northland

Contact Details

This page was last updated at 8:35AM on November 23, 2023. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Uri o Hau Tangata Development.