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Hauora Waikato

Mental Health & Addictions Service, Kaupapa Māori

Today

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Description

Hauora Waikato is a kaupapa Māori organisation which provides secondary level community based mental health services.

Staff

Your team might include:

  • Nurses | Pou Pukenga
  • Psychiatrists | Pou Whakawaruwaru
  • Pou Maihi | Social workers
  • Clinical Psychologists | Pou Kokona
  • Occupational Therapist | Pou Whiria
  • Non-clinical support workers | Pou Raranga
  • Kaumātua 
  • Other expert interventions can be accessed as required

Charges

No fees apply.

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free

Hours

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mon – Fri 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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

Programmes

Te Aka Kura Tamariki me Rangatahi Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

We are a Kaupapa Māori Service providing specialist mental health and addiction services to children/tamariki, youth/rangatahi and their whānau/family. We work to support you, your family and your friends during times when problems like these become too much for you to manage on your own You'll be given a team who will help you recognise the things you are good at doing and how you can use these strengths to grow We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope with tough stuff that can make you feel low, worried, hurt and alone We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen, get to know you and help you to feel well supported.

Programme Areas

Crisis / acute, Mental health, Addictions - drug & alcohol, Kaupapa Māori

Programme Type

Intake / assessment, Acute services, Coexisting problems – mental health & addictions, Community based support - mental health, Kaupapa Māori - mental health

Regions

Waikato

Age Groups

Child / Tamariki, Youth / Rangatahi

Referral Types

Self referral, GP, DHB clinical services, Corrections

Referral Process

Anybody can make a referral, including the young person. Referrals should be made to Ngaa Ringa Awhina's Single Point of Entry Service. For more information, click here or call (07) 839 5146.

This service is provided in the Greater Hamilton area (Meremere to Te Aroha, Matamata and Cambridge through to Ohaupo, out to Raglan and back through Ngāruawāhia and Huntly).

Description

We are a Kaupapa Māori Service providing specialist mental health and addiction services to children/tamariki, youth/rangatahi and their whānau/family.

  • We work to support you, your family and your friends during times when problems like these become too much for you to manage on your own
  • You'll be given a team who will help you recognise the things you are good at doing and how you can use these strengths to grow
  • We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope with tough stuff that can make you feel low, worried, hurt and alone
  • We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate
  • And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen, get to know you and help you to feel well supported.
Te Aka Toro Early Intervention First Episode Psychosis Service

We are a kaupapa Māori Early Intervention First Episode Psychosis Service. We provide support to people experiencing a first episode of psychosis, aged 13-33 years old. We offer: A responsive and engaging service for those who might be experiencing a first episode of psychosis A flexible approach; we can meet you in your own home or elsewhere, as appropriate Assertive follow-up and support to you and your whānau/family Advocacy - working together with you, your whānau/family and with appropriate agencies to support your wellbeing.

Programme Areas

Mental health, Addictions - drug & alcohol, Kaupapa Māori

Programme Type

Coexisting problems – mental health & addictions, Community based support - mental health, Non-acute specialist mental health community services, Kaupapa Māori - mental health

Regions

Waikato

Age Groups

Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke

Referral Types

Self referral, GP, DHB clinical services

Referral Process

Anybody can make a referral. Referrals should be made to Ngaa Ringa Awhina's Single Point of Entry Service. For more information, click here or call (07) 839 5146.

This service is for those aged 13 - 33 years, presenting with the first episode of psychosis.

For those aged 13 - 18 years, this service is provided in the Greater Hamilton area (Meremere to Te Aroha, Matamata and Cambridge through to Ohaupo, out to Raglan and back through Ngāruawāhia and Huntly.)

For those 18 years and over, this service is provided to areas within a half-hour drive from Hamilton Central.

Description

We are a kaupapa Māori Early Intervention First Episode Psychosis Service. We provide support to people experiencing a first episode of psychosis, aged 13-33 years old.

We offer:

  • A responsive and engaging service for those who might be experiencing a first episode of psychosis
  • A flexible approach; we can meet you in your own home or elsewhere, as appropriate
  • Assertive follow-up and support to you and your whānau/family
  • Advocacy - working together with you, your whānau/family and with appropriate agencies to support your wellbeing.
Te Aka Toi Adult Community Mental Health

Te Aka Toi is a Kaupapa Māori Mental Health service who provides specialist care for adults, 18 years and over, from all cultures and backgrounds who experience severe mental health concerns. We work to support you, your family and your friends during times when problems like these become too much for you to manage on your own We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope with tough stuff that can make you feel low, worried, hurt and alone We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen and get to know you There is no cost to our service and we offer support for up to two years.

Programme Areas

Mental health, Kaupapa Māori

Programme Type

Community based support - mental health, Non-acute specialist mental health community services, Kaupapa Māori - mental health

Regions

Waikato

Age Groups

Adult / Pakeke

Referral Types

Self referral, GP, DHB clinical services

Referral Process

Anybody can make a referral. Referrals should be made to Ngaa Ringa Awhina's Single Point of Entry Service. For more information, click here or call (07) 839 5146.

This service is provided to areas within a half-hour drive from Hamilton Central.

Description

Te Aka Toi is a Kaupapa Māori Mental Health service who provides specialist care for adults, 18 years and over, from all cultures and backgrounds who experience severe mental health concerns.

  • We work to support you, your family and your friends during times when problems like these become too much for you to manage on your own
  • We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope with tough stuff that can make you feel low, worried, hurt and alone
  • We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate
  • And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen and get to know you
  • There is no cost to our service and we offer support for up to two years.
Ngaa Kupenga Aroha Mothers, Babies and Their Families Services

We provide specialist maternal mental health services to mothers who experience moderate to severe mental health problems during their pregnancy and following birth (postnatal period). Partners, friends and whānau/family are also supported at this time. We offer a variety of types of care in response to the mother's and baby's needs, providing psychological, psychiatric and one-to-one case management to support their mental health recovery. Your team will work closely with you, your whānau/family and those people you have involved in your care, such as Midwives, General Practitioners (GP) and Obstetric teams We work to support you to recover from mental illness and develop tools and skills to maintain wellness We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope during adjustment to motherhood and bonding with your baby We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen and get to know you There is no cost to our service and we offer support through pregnancy and up to one year after baby is born.

Programme Areas

Mental health, Maternal & infant - mental health & addictions, Kaupapa Māori

Programme Type

Kaupapa Māori - mental health, Maternal mental health – clinical teams, Maternal mental health - community support

Regions

Waikato

Age Groups

Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke

Referral Types

Self referral, GP, DHB clinical services

Referral Process

Anybody can make a referral. Referrals should be made to Ngaa Ringa Awhina's Single Point of Entry Service. For more information, click here or call (07) 839 5146.

This service is provided to areas within a half-hour drive from Hamilton Central.

Description

We provide specialist maternal mental health services to mothers who experience moderate to severe mental health problems during their pregnancy and following birth (postnatal period). Partners, friends and whānau/family are also supported at this time.

We offer a variety of types of care in response to the mother's and baby's needs, providing psychological, psychiatric and one-to-one case management to support their mental health recovery.

  • Your team will work closely with you, your whānau/family and those people you have involved in your care, such as Midwives, General Practitioners (GP) and Obstetric teams
  • We work to support you to recover from mental illness and develop tools and skills to maintain wellness
  • We provide awhi and support to help you learn ways to cope during adjustment to motherhood and bonding with your baby
  • We'll also connect you, your whānau/family and supports/friends with other community services, as appropriate
  • And we'll work to meet your specific cultural needs, taking the time to listen and get to know you
  • There is no cost to our service and we offer support through pregnancy and up to one year after baby is born.

Additional Details

Face to face / Kanohi ki te Kanohi

Parking

Parking is available onsite for whānau.

Contact Details

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

195 Collingwood Street
Hamilton Lake
Hamilton
Waikato 3204

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Street Address

195 Collingwood Street
Hamilton Lake
Hamilton
Waikato 3204

Postal Address

PO Box 1283
Hamilton 3240

This page was last updated at 11:14AM on November 30, 2023. This information is reviewed and edited by Hauora Waikato.