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Te Kaha o Te Rangatahi Trust

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8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.


Te Kaha O Te Rangatahi Indigenous Youth Hub is a registered Charitable Trust & was established in 1992 by a collective of dedicated women in response to concerns about teenage pregnancies. 

One Stop Hub provides Youth Health, Youth Wellness, Youth Education, Youth Employment & Youth Development to our Community

Our Services are:

Auahi Kore/Smokefree Programme

Te Ara Tika Hokakatanga/Sexual Health Education

Mama Pepi/Mother & her Baby

Rangatahi Oranga/Youth Wellbeing Programme

Mana Tiaki 4Rangatahi/Youth Focus 

Our Vision
Mana Rangatahi

Our Mission
Kia whakapumautia te oranga o te rangatahi,
Kia hua, kia tupu, kia puawai

To Enhance the Well Being of Youth, To Grow, Develop and Prosper


Adult / Pakeke, Youth / Rangatahi, Child / Tamariki, 1-4 years old, Under 12 months

How do I access this service?

Contact us, Make an appointment, Referral, Walk in


8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mon – Fri8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

Māori, English

Service Types

Mama Pepi

Support for hapu mama in Counties Manukau region

We provide antenatal wananga including:

  • PATH planning

  • Wahakura / SUDI

  • Car seat safety

  • Ipu Whenua & Muka

  • Rongoa

  • Haputanga (Mirimiri)

  • B4Baby Breastfeeding…


Te Ara Tika Hōkakatanga

The Right Pathway to Sexual Health Yr 5 - 13

We deliver in a sensitive, fun and interactive way, a range of lessons where young people receive education, awareness, support…


Auahi Kore

Intensive Stop Smoking Support Service. This service provides support, advice and advocacy for whanau.

Rangatahi / Whanau, focused

  • Health promotion
  • Free Support with NRT
  • GBT
  • Drop in clinic

Mana Tiaki 4 Rangatahi

Service for Rangatahi to provide support and outcomes.

  • Rangatahi focused
  • Outcome focused
  • Strengths and evidence based
  • Community development

Rangatahi Oranga

Ages 12 - 24 Years
• Encourage and support Whānau
• Physical action
• Nutrition
• Cultural support

Wheelchair Access



Central Auckland, East Auckland, North Auckland, South Auckland, West Auckland

Contact Details


Unit 4 - 2 Jellicoe Road
Auckland 2102

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Street Address

Unit 4 - 2 Jellicoe Road
Auckland 2102

Postal Address

PO Box 23156
Hunters Corner
Auckland 2155

This page was last updated at 2:02PM on February 12, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Kaha o Te Rangatahi Trust.