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Service Description

Waitakere Community Law Service
Free walk-in legal advice service ( 1-3pm) every Thursday

IRD
Useful workshops on various topics. Every third Thursday of the month

Mole Map Clinic
Melanoma cancer screening programme via GP referral. (Every Monday)

Strengthening Families
We support Whānau Connectedness by engaging appropriate services, and multiple agencies support around Whānau through the strengthening families process.
Kaitoko Whānau Programme
We provide Support and advice for Māori Whānau linking to appropriate education, employment and health services.

Whai Ao (Public Health)

We aim to deliver public health programmes and services which are designed by Māori for Māori, (but not exclusively), to improve Māori health.

Oral Health Service

We provide advice on dental services for all age groups.

Family Violence Screening

Our Family Violence Project was established to screen and identify Whānau who are exposed to family violence and provide appropriate support, and linkages to other support services.

Behaviour Support

Taikura Trust refer whānau to us who have challenging intellectual disability behaviour. This allows us to support Whānau to develop a plan to better manage their behaviour.

Community Nutrition, CVD Prevention

We promote the importance of a healthy diet, regular physical activity, smokefree Whānau and healthy lifestyles to Māori communities.

Learning Post

Learning Post
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We provide NZQA recognised business administration and computing courses for adult learners. Step one is a meeting with a Learning Post team member to ascertain the best module/course that meets your educational needs.

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