Health West - Te Puna Manawa
Aroha Hudson CEO Gaylene Sharman Whānau Ora Manager
The Whānau Ora team consists of Whānau Ora Kaitiaki/Social Workers who help navigate and link you and/or your whānau to clinical, justice, education and social services for Māori, Pacific and high needs families.
Tania Wilson Clinical Director Youth Hub
A parenting programme for fathers aged 24 and under. Self referral and referrals from general practice, Waitakere Youth Health Clinic, schools and other health and social providers.
Man Alive’s point of difference is our programmes (counselling, support, mentoring & living without violence) for men and youth are run by men, for men. Our Māori programme, Te Ara Taumata Ora, uses the same themes as Living Without Violence but they are delivered in culturally appropriate ways.
Ranui Action Project
The network is a place to come together with people who live or work in Ranui. The purpose of the network is to find ways to work, plan, coordinate and collaborate with each other, share information about the outcomes of your work in Ranui, and extend the wellbeing and creativity of the community.
Focusing on Māori traditional values and concepts the Ranui Branch works alongside the Regional and National bodies of the MWWL. Under the National league banner of ‘tatau tatau’ we are accountable to each other to ensure we are tika, pono and aroha.
Te Atatu Branch
Cinnamon Whitlock, Branch President
Te Atatu Branch adheres the objects of the MWWL with the main object being to provide and promote leadership to effectively participate in the spiritual, social, cultural, environmental and economic wellbeing of our whānau and community
Te Ukaipo Mercy Initiatives
Through community development initiatives, quality programmes and services, Te Ukaipo works with youth and families in West Auckland to help them achieve their potential, providing pathways out of risk.
Tu Wahine Trust is a Kaupapa Māori service for Māori Women, Children and their Whānau dealing with violence and abuse, including sexual violence. The Trust: Provides counselling, therapy and support to Māori women, children, and families affected by violence and abuse Specialises in domestic violence, rape, incest, and other related violence Approved provider under the Domestic Violence Act to run programmes for Domestic Violence to applicants and applicants’ children ACC Registered Counsellors
Waitemata Māori Wardens
Māori Wardens volunteer their services providing support, security, traffic and crowd control, first aid, and other services to the community (Rangatahi and whanau). They patrol the trains and public transport platforms in Waitakere and have a presence in shopping centres.
We provide networking opportunities, support and advocacy for over 50 Waitakere agencies working with people affected by family violence and child abuse and neglect. We also coordinate violence prevention campaigns and supporting projects to improve the capacity of service delivery in the Waitakere area.
Ngā Takiwā o Tāmaki Trust
Location: West and South Auckland Region
Ngā Takiwā o Tāmaki Trust is a social service and community development provider within the West and South Auckland Communities covering a range of services aimed at whānau engagement, advocacy services and health.
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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