Health Support Services

Education is extremely important to us. It unlocks doors which lead to paths of success.

​There are a large number of scholarships available to secondary school, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
These scholarships are specifically for Māori. We encourage you to apply today!

Te Kahu Nāhi-a-Rohe o Tāmaki-nui-a-Rua – Māori Mobile Nurse

Kaimahi: Melissa Nikora

  • Health and wellness checks from pepī to kaumatua
  • Long-term health condition support and monitoring
  • Rehabilitation needs.
  • Health education
  • Health care planning
  • Flu, MMR & Covid vaccinations
  • Mobile home visits
  • Sexual Health
  • Men’s & Women’s health
  • Support with GP visit
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Te Kahu Whakapūaki Waiora – Health Coach

Kaimahi: Sharon Mason

Te Kahu Whakapuaki Waiora Service:

Works alongside whānau to connect them with advice and referrals to support any wellbeing or health challenges.

Long term health/wellbeing challenges could include:

  • Family Violence
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Life coaching
  • Mental Health
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Te Kahu Urutā Whakahaere – Community Connector

Kaimahi: Dawn Vella

Te Kahu Urutā Whakahaere Service:

Supports the welfare needs of individuals and whānau to keep them safe while isolating at home with COVID19. Community Connectors navigate and connect individuals and whānau to various services available during and in transition from self-isolation.

The community connect takes an active approach to ensure people needing help can access information, support and services across multiple government agencies and service providers.

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