Community Health Service, Kaupapa Māori, Social
Originates from kia kaha, au kaha - Unite, bind together
Two men engaged in lashing, would say "kia kaha" so he pushed the line through and then as both pulled together the other would say "au kaha" (Beattie 1920b)
A good phrase to encourage people to unite and bind/work together
Aukaha provide a range of whānau / family health services and clinics to the greater Otago community.
Aukaha also acts as a stand-alone consultancy assisting with resource management and consent processes.
How do I access this service?
All services are free to access to New Zealand residents
|Mon – Fri||8:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
Public Holidays: Closed Labour Day (25 Oct), Waitangi Day (Observed 7/2/22) (7 Feb), Otago Anniversary (21 Mar), Good Friday (15 Apr), Easter Sunday (17 Apr), Easter Monday (18 Apr), ANZAC Day (25 Apr), Queen's Birthday (6 Jun).
- Whānau Ora
- Kaupapa Māori
- Pacific Island people
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This page was last updated at 1:01PM on February 11, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Aukaha.