Rapuora Mobile Nursing Service ( Maori health )

The role of the Rapuora Nurses is to support and educate Whanau to self manage their health issues. They work with Whanau who have or are at risk of: Heart disease Respiratory disorders Diabetes They work alongside clients and Whanau to find out how to best support the management and improvement of their health and … Continued

Rehua Marae Service

Provides Home Services (help in the home) and information for Kamatua and Kuia. 2 day, day care available (transport available). Referral for services by Older Persons Health Assessment Team is required. REHUA MARAE SERVICES have administrative support and Kaumatua Services. These services provide day and personal home care. In addition the unit and team deliver … Continued

Te Whare Roimata

. Hours are Monday-Friday 9.00 am-3.00pm. Te Whare Roimata is a grass roots community development organisation working with the inner city people of the eastern community. We provide a range of programmes. Non profit making. You are warmly invited to visit, have a cuppa and take part in programmes of interest to you. Programmes are … Continued

Te Tapuae O Rehua

Te Tapuae o Rehua is a unique partnership forged between shareholders Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Lincoln University, Otago Polytechnic, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, the University of Canterbury and the University of Otago that was first established in 1998. Formed against a backdrop of poor educational outcomes for Māori, the Te Tapuae partnership is … Continued

Nga Hau E Wha National Marae

Nga Hau E Wha National Marae The Christchurch National Marae known as Nga Hau E Wha (Four Winds of the Earth) is situated in Pages Road, Aranui. It is a place of education and celebration. Ring the number above to find out about events and activities.

Te Puna Oranga

Work with families around all forms of abuse. Cor service focus is sexual abuse. Hold Kaumatua (Elder) Day once a month. Individuals wanting to attend need to register. Ring the number above. ALSO: – Parenting & Self Awareness Groups for Women – Parenting Group for Men. – Counselling Service

Te Puawaitanga (Maori Health)

Concerned with the health of Maori women and actively promotes healthy lifestyles. Programmes include: Well child – Tamarikiora Outreach immunisation Parents as first teachers programme Incredible years programme Breast feeding advocacy service Early childhood transition programme Disease state management – outreach nurses Wakaura workshops Kaitoko whanau – social and housing issues