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He Ara Takahinga - Directory of Services in Auckland to Support Whanau Ora
This directory of services has been developed to assist whānau in Auckland to access relevant and needed services to support them on their journeys to create and maintain sustainable and vibrant futures. The title of the Directory, He Ara Takahinga, is significant as it is symbolic of a pathway toward wellness that has been provided and travelled by the generations before us.
The directory focuses on first-point-of-contact services or those services where whānau can self-refer or refer whānau members without requiring a referral from another service provider.
Its intention is to act as a resource for whānau as they navigate their way to becoming stronger, healthier and resilient whānau.
The directory is separated into five sections – Education, Health, Social Services, Information Services, and Community Facilities. Each section is further divided into Auckland North (North Shore), Auckland West (Waitakere to Helensville), Auckland Central, and Auckland South. Providers of key services associated with each of the sections are listed in alphabetical order.
For ease of reference, throughout the directory, Māori service providers and Pacific service providers are identified where it is helpful to distinguish between providers. This will aid those whānau who have a preference to access services that might more ably align to their cultural practices and heritage.
He Ara Takahinga
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A Directory of Services in Auckland to Support Whanau Ora
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