Manchester House Social Services Inc (MHSS) is a medium sized, not-for-profit organisation whose four Service Centres are within the town of Feilding and District. MHSS provides integrated on-demand services to those in the community in times of need.
The Vision: focuses on nurturing ‘resilient individuals and families empowered to respond to change’.
The Mission: ‘Manchester House provides support and services to empower people with a sense of personal and social wellbeing to confidently take their place in the community’
Manchester House lives by these statements through providing integrated on-demand services to those who need us to walk with them on their journey, this includes social work, counselling and family support services, budgeting and financial mentoring, parenting support, an emergency food service and methamphetamine addiction support. The Senior Hub focuses specifically on the needs of older persons in the community to reduce social isolation through programmes, seminars, events, social opportunities and support.
Through engaging with the community to ascertain trends and gaps in services as well as to generate sufficient funds to be independent and able to focus on local solutions for local people and by local people through engagement, partnership and communication.
As a means of financially supporting ourselves generating revenue as well as providing services to the community through the ‘Income Streams’ Manchester House provides services to the community including the vibrant Manchester House Opportunity Shop 115 Fergusson St and the highly subscribed to ASAP morning, afternoon and holiday programme for children.
Social Service Hub: 68 Aorangi St Feilding 06 323 7191
Services: Social Work and Family Support services, Counselling, Budgeting/Financial mentoring and Contact ordered Supervised Contact.
Programmes:Feeling Special Feeling Safe (Early Childhood) and Meth /addictions support group
Senior Hub: 14 Bowen St Feilding 06 323 2410
Outcomes of reducing isolation and loneliness by: Huff & Puff exercise and wellbeing programmes
ASAP: 9 Grey St Feilding 06 323 6470
Provides a before and after school programme for primary aged children
Manchester House Op Shop: 115 Fergusson St Feilding 06 323 5434
Making old things new again, donations welcome
Child / Tamariki, Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua
How do I access this service?
Contact us, Make an appointment, Referral, Walk in
|Mon – Fri||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
Christmas/Holiday season only oncall hours will apply for social services
Abuse and violence
- Elder abuse
Education and training
- Parenting education
- Parent wellbeing
- Whānau support
Supporting financial independence
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This page was last updated at 10:05AM on December 15, 2020.