Health West - Youth Health Hub

Tania Wilson

Phone: 09 8362329

Location: Henderson
Local board: Hsn-Massey

Provide a range of free health services. Services to advocate and support quality delivery of youth health services.
Youth workers available to engage young people through mentoring, support and other activities.
The service offers flexible arrangements for immunisation services for children up to the age of six years who are overdue for immunisation. Available in the home and community settings.
Your Choice: A programme supporting young people aged 10-24 years old, with mild to moderate mental health issues, through individual or group activities including counseling, mentoring, creative self expression.
General Practitioner support (working alongside school nurses) to six secondary schools – Kelston Boys, Kelston Girls, Waitakere College, Henderson High, Massey High & Kaipara College
Nursing service to support students in Alternative Education Schools & Kura Kaupapa

He Oranga Poutama- He Pii Ka Rere

Riripeti Motu

Phone: 022 043 3027

Location: Henderson
Local board: Hsn-Massey

The He Oranga Poutama programme has a goal of, “increasing participation and leadership as Māori in sport and traditional physical activity at community level”.

Te Wairua Tapu

Pa Rīkau Karepa

Phone: 0212517027, 098331348

Location: Massey
Local board: Hsn-Massey

Independent youth worker who offers supervision of youth activities in Massey community, some in partnership with Mangatewhau Hub.

Te Whānau ō Waipareira

Phone: 09 8366683

Local board:

Break Away Programme – holiday programme for youth 11-13 yrs and 14-17 yrs.
Break Through Programme – Support for families and Youth 2-24yrs at risk of becoming involved with a youth gang culture
Wrap Around – Youth Justice referrals at risk of offending, in MOJ care or requiring CYF intervention aged 10-17yrs. Support up to one year.
Youth At Risk – Supervisied, structured programmes and preventative activities for youth at risk of offending 8-24yrs.
Rangatahi Mentoring – Mentoring for students leading into NCEA. Students in years 11,12,13 from selected schools.

The Village Trust

Maliena Jones

Phone: 09 826 5427

Location: Avondale
Local board: Whau

A youth service with a strategic focus on Pasifika and Māori communities unique needs and issues. Includes a sports academiy, mentoring programme and Youth Central – which s a place for our young people to chill out and have fun and it’s back on Friday nights at Kelston Boys High School Gym from 4pm – 8pm.


Cinnamon Whitlock

Phone: 09 551 4367

Location: Henderson
Local board: Hsn-Massey

Supporting teen parents via social supports, a whānau centred approach, advocacy and education.

Whau Youth Providers Network

Jo Noema

Phone: 021 132 0961

Location: New Lynn
Local board: Whau

Connection point for youth services to work on collaborative youth events and provide a voice for youth issues.