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Youth / Rangatahi

The Youth Health Hub provides a range of free health services across the Waitemata District Health Board area:

Engagement - youth workers are available to engage young people through mentoring, support and other activities.

Health Clinics - a team (nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, psychiatrist, doctors) supporting young people mainly aged 12-24 yrs and their families to manage their complex health problems.

Choices to Wellbeing - a programme supporting young people aged 12-24 years, with mild to moderate mental health issues, through individual or group activities including counselling, mentoring, creative self expression.

Young Dads - a parenting programme for fathers aged 24 and under.  Self referral and referrals from general practice, Waitakere Youth Health Clinic, schools and other health and social providers. 

School Based Health Services -  General Practitioner support (working alongside school nurses) to seven secondary schools – Kelston Boys, Kelston Girls, Waitakere College, Henderson High, Massey High, Kaipara College and Rodney College. 

A nursing service is available to support students in Alternative Education Schools & Kura Kaupapa - Marist, Te Ukaipo, He Wero (TPU), Hoani Waititi, Impact/Out West Youth, Bays Youth Community Trust, SENZ, Vision West & Achievement Centre Massey.

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This page was last updated at 10:18AM on October 13, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by HealthWEST - Te Puna Manawa.