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Te Whānau Rangimarie

Social Service, Abuse and Violence Support, Kaupapa Māori, Stopping Violence

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Description

Te Whānau Rangimarie is a Māori community organisation that provides social support and advocacy, family violence support services and programmes, women's safe housing, transitional housing and community education.

"Ko te whānau te mea nui, me awhi, me tautoko"

"Families are paramount, we will embrace and support them"

"Me mahi whakakotahi, mo te ora, me whakaruruhau, o te whānau"
"Working together, for the safety and wellbeing of all people"

The purpose of the Trust is to:

  • provide social, economic, education and health support services from a Tikanga Māori philosophy for persons that require advocacy and support and may be at risk of harm or harming and/or at risk of homelessness or are homeless;
  • provide services and courses aimed at supporting individual and whānau plan towards positive life changes;
  • provide social, emergency, transitional and/or affordable housing and related services to meet the needs of the community;
  • ensure services offer a whole of whānau approach that is child focused and addresses the holistic needs of the whānau;
  • promote ongoing support of professional development for staff to work in a culturally appropriate manner according to kaupapa Māori;
  • to seek, accept and receive donations, subsidies, grants, endowments, gifts, legacies, loans, bequest in order to maintain the above aims, goals and objectives; and
  • provide other support and assistance consistent with this charitable purpose.

To achieve the purpose of the Trust, a variety of education courses are provided internally and partnerships are formed with external providers for specialist services outside of our scope.
The Trust also offers an emergency transitional housing service as well as a Women's safe house.
In addition, social work advocacy and support services are provided by the Trust to support with improving overall safety and well-being for individuals and families.

Ages

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

How do I access this service?

Contact us

We welcome your enquiry. Please visit us in person (by appointment) or contact us by post, phone, or email below.

Office Phone: (09) 275-1230
Free Phone: 05086262254
Email Address:

You can also use our form to contact us online

Make an appointment

Referral

Walk in

Website / App

contact us online

Charges

Charges for housing services dependant on income and family size.

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free, Fees apply

Hours

Mon – Fri 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Closed weekends.

For all queries please contact our office:

09 275 1230

0508 MANAAKI (6262254)

admin@twr.org.nz

Referrals and queries can also be made via our website:

twr.org.nz

Public Holidays: Closed Waitangi Day (6 Feb), Good Friday (29 Mar), Easter Sunday (31 Mar), Easter Monday (1 Apr), ANZAC Day (25 Apr), King's Birthday (3 Jun), Matariki (28 Jun), Labour Day (28 Oct), Auckland Anniversary (27 Jan).

Languages Spoken

English, Māori, Tongan

Services Provided

Abuse and Violence Support

Our services include: He Taonga Te Mokopuna: Children's safety programme for children who have been affected by family violence Houhou Te Rangimarie: Non-violence programme for adults Pakeke Awhina: Safety programme for adults Whānau Resilience: Support for whānau to live violence free Women's Safe House Transitional Housing Parenting programme Counselling

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

Our services include: 

  • He Taonga Te Mokopuna: Children's safety programme for children who have been affected by family violence
  • Houhou Te Rangimarie: Non-violence programme for adults
  • Pakeke Awhina: Safety programme for adults
  • Whānau Resilience: Support for whānau to live violence free
  • Women's Safe House
  • Transitional Housing
  • Parenting programme
  • Counselling
Social work
Social services crisis assessment
Advocacy
Education and training

Life skills, Skills courses

  • Life skills
  • Skills courses
Kaupapa Māori
Pacific People
Stopping Violence Services

Specific counselling and programmes are available for those who want to change their behaviour and stop being violent.

Specific counselling and programmes are available for those who want to change their behaviour and stop being violent.

Womans' Refuge

Refuge and Transitional Housing Phone: (09) 390-1284

Refuge and Transitional Housing Phone: (09) 390-1284

Emergency & Transitional Accommodation and Housing Support

Refuge and Transitional Housing Phone: (09) 390-1284

Refuge and Transitional Housing Phone: (09) 390-1284

Counselling
Parenting Programme

Parenting education, Parent wellbeing, Whānau support, Dads

  • Parenting education
  • Parent wellbeing
  • Whānau support
  • Dads
Ready to Rent Programme

Ready To Rent programme is a two-day programme facilitated by Te Whanau Rangimarie in collaboration with MSD. This is an amazing informative programme, which helps our clients in securing and sustaining private rentals.

Ready To Rent programme is a two-day programme facilitated by Te Whānau Rangimarie in collaboration with MSD. This is an amazing informative programme, which helps our clients in securing and sustaining private rentals.

Region

South Auckland

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2 Cameo Court Road
Favona
Auckland 2024

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Street Address

2 Cameo Court Road
Favona
Auckland 2024

Postal Address

PO Box 43 264
Māngere
Auckland 2153

This page was last updated at 4:42PM on November 22, 2023. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Whānau Rangimarie.