We support whānau health by promoting whānau participation and self-management of health conditions through whānau health plans. We work closely with your GP and other health services to ensure you receive the best level of health care in the community.
We work with you and your whānau to prevent recurring violence by supporting you to create strategies of whanau resilience that are tailored to suit your whānau. The plans are whānau led to support your whānau needs and goals. The service can provide Tikanga based approaches that provide re-connection to Whakapapa, Tikanga mo Te Reo Maori and other long-term change.
We can help improve your access to primary medical and community health facilities by providing community-based assessments, co-ordination and referrals into other services. We offer whānau support and advocacy through education and promotion.
NASC is a community-based assessment and coordination service that is accessible, co-ordinated and provided from a Kaupapa Māori framework and responsive to the needs of whānau. We can assist you to access a range of community-based resilience-, recovery- and support-focussed services that will enable people with mental illnesses to lead their lives as independently and productively as possible.
We have trained staff who provide phone and face to face enquiries without a planned appointment. Triage gathers brief information and provides information on the best service to suit your needs. Triage can help you if you have an urgent problem that cannot wait for your next routine appointment. Our staff are extensively trained and monitored.
Our Whānau Ora worker supports with a range of non-clinical services to help you and your whanau. The service can;
Legal problems can be serious and frightening, and for many people lawyers are completely unaffordable. But everyone has the right to high-quality legal help – that’s where Community Law comes in. Whether you’re struggling to keep or share your kids, finding it hard to handle WINZ, fines or debt, facing criminal charges, or dealing with a different kind of legal problem, often the first and most important step is to ask us for help!
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