We have a range of services available to help adults live healthier, happier lives and connect to whānau, community and culture.


Community Cancer Navigator is a free tautoko service linking you with health and community services, support from kaumatua and kui, and holistic treatment options. It provides ongoing support over the phone and with face-to-face visits.

This service is available to Māori aged 16+ who have been diagnosed with cancer and live in the Waitākere area

This is a free mobile Māori nursing service for enrolled adult whānau who have lung, diabetes and/or heart disease and require extra information and support.

It is available to whānau with unmanaged long term chronic cardiac, respiratory or diabetic conditions, who live in the Waitākere area.

This is a free community-based alcohol and drug assessment and consultation service, delivered within a kaupapa Māori framework. This programme aims to provide whānau with advice, information and support that will help recognise and address alcohol and/or drug problems.

It is available to whānau aged 18+ who want to better manage alcohol, drugs and addiction behaviour, and who live in the Waitākere area.

This free mental health support service is provided by trained family support workers, with a significant proportion of staff who have whānau experience of mental illness.

Whānau and the informal carers of mental health service users are provided with information, social and emotional support, and advocacy services.

This service is available to whānau who are impacted by mental illness and live in the Waitākere area.

If you or a member of your whānau have been diagnosed with a mental health issue and referred to support services by your GP, our kairahi can connect you with home-based mental health support, including care, education, information and advocacy services. Call us on 0800 924 942.

This free service is available to whānau who are impacted by mental illness and live in the Waitākere area.

This free programme is for tāngata whaiora who have a diagnosis of mental illness. It runs 3 days a week and supports them on their journey to recovery and reintegration back into society.

During the programme, tāngata whaiora participate in regular exercise; learn life skills, tikanga and kaupapa Māori; and strengthen their connection to community networks.

This free service is available to Māori tāngata whaiora who loive in the Waitākere area.

Employment Pathways offers free and confidential long-term support to prepare you for successful employment. It includes individualised planning and goal setting, job search and placement assistance, and skills development.

This service is for whānau aged 18+ who are not in school, training or work and are currently registered with WINZ.

For the past 30 years, Waipareira have provided free services and support for whānau of all ages in West Auckland – health, legal, housing and education.

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