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Ngāti Ranginui Iwi

Community Health Service, Kaupapa Māori

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9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Description

Ngāti Ranginui Iwi work to deliver better health, social and educational outcomes for our whānau. We do this through:

Home and Community Support Services - Providing in-home care for people who require a bit of support 

Mataora Services - Including Trauma Counselling, Peer Support Advocacy, Addiction Counselling, Non-Violence Programmes, Adult Safety Programmes and Child Safety Programmes 

Mauri Ora - Working towards a healthy thriving iwi in Tauranga Moana including lifestyle programmes, dietitian, healthy lifestyles and vocational disability support

Education - Working with a number of schools across Tauranga to support greater educational success and positive outcomes for our iwi, hapū and whānau

Social and Community Development - Providing support & navigation for whānau to access information, services and resources so their pepi, tamariki & rangatahi have opportunities to thrive in a safe & nurturing environment. Services also include care and protection mentoring, recruiting/supporting caregivers of children in care, youth justice mentoring and programmes for at risk youth. 

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Charges

No charge for our services

Hours

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mon – Fri9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

English, Māori

Services Provided

Home support

We are focused on providing in-home care for people who require a bit of support. Our main focus is on a responsive care model which enables people to maintain and…

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MATAORA Services – Trauma Counselling

Trauma Counselling is a specialised field of counselling which supports people address, come to terms with, and recover from a traumatic event (PTSD). This specially trained practitioner, with a mental…

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Advocacy

MATAORA Services – Peer Support Advocacy
Peer Support Advocacy performs a range of tasks through individual and group encounters to assist tangata whaiora of mental health and addiction services in regaining…

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MATAORA Services – Addiction Counselling

This Co-existing Problems Counselling Service is targeted for whaiora aged 10-65+ years of age as to not exclude whānau due to age requirements needing a service, seeing as intergenerational factors…

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Wellness / healthy lifestyle

Mauri Ora

The underlying principles of the Mauri Ora project are to work towards a healthy thriving iwi in Tauranga Moana, for whanau to leave a legacy of good health…

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Whānau Ora

  • Kaupapa Māori

To enable our people to live their best lives the Social and Community Development team are focused on working from a whānau-ora based approach to working with individuals and their…

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Youth / Rangatahi

We provide youth justice mentoring programmes for youth offenders and youth at-risk programmes including holiday programmes for at-risk youth.

Injury, illness or disability

  • Vocational disability support

Care and Protection

We provide care and protection mentoring, recruitment and support for caregivers of children in care and whānau support social work.

Domestic/Family Violence

Our non-violence programmes for tane are court mandated.

We also work with individuals/whānau with a protection order to create a safety programme for themselves or their tamariki.

Education

Education is a critical tool and is instrumental in our tribal growth, development and community transformation. We aim to foster an attitude of life-long learning from an early age that…

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Child / Tamariki

Counselling

Family / whānau

  • Support
  • Whānau Ora

Kaupapa Māori

  • Whānau Ora

Region

Bay of Plenty

Contact Details

166 17th Avenue
Tauranga South
Tauranga
Bay of Plenty 3112

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Street Address

166 17th Avenue
Tauranga South
Tauranga
Bay of Plenty 3112

Postal Address

PO Box 2526
Tauranga 3140

This page was last updated at 3:39PM on June 3, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Ngāti Ranginui Iwi.