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Te Puna Hauora o te Raki Paewhenua - Community Services

Te Puna recognises that health and wellbeing are affected by many things; some will be physical, others mental, some might be spiritual, while yet others may be whanau related. Our environment can affect these areas greatly. Our Community Support Services are offered to awhi (support) people who are troubled by issues that are affecting these things. We will meet with you and discuss/assess what areas you feel that support might be helpful.

If you are registered with Te Puna you are entitled to access our community services at no cost.

Our Community Support Services are based in Northcote but we are highly mobile and currently have clients from Devonport to Whangaparoa. We even have three members of our mental health team based in Rodney areas!

How We Work

Te Puna operates a "wrap-around" service model. This means we provide services to support every aspect of an individual/whanau health and wellbeing. It also means that the client is the driver of the process - you call the shots! Our role is to use our collective expertise to guide and support you to reach your goals. We call this model the Te Puna IMAP model and you can find more information here.

The Community Support Team

Based in Northcote, although also available at our other sites, the Community Support team provides a system of support and care for the community.

 

Te Puna Hauora o te Raki Paewhenua

 

Community Support Workers

Our Community Support Workers (CSWs) support whanau/clients in crisis, along with support and liason from other services in the community. Our CSWs have a range of skills and strong links with the community. Services include budget advice.

Iwi & Whanau Mental Health services

The Iwi & Whanau Mental Health services provides mobile services for adults/whanau, who have mental health issues.

Parenting Programme

Our Parenting Programme is here to help whanau and parents gain the necessary skills to provide better quality care for themselves and thier children.

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Health Support

Te Puna Hauora o te Raki Paewhenua

If you require General Health advice you can call health line on 0800611116.

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Emergency Help

For emergencies, please ring 111.

For emergencies, please ring 111.