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Kā Pou Whenua Report - feedback survey open now

Kā Pou Whenua project - MHA Collaborative Design Report for Waitaha & Te Tai Poutini has been released and we are currently seeking feedback. You can find a copy of the report and survey link on the Kā Pou Whenua website. Feedback closes at 5pm April 10th 2023.

Kaupapa Māori Mental Health & Wellbeing Services

Are you experiencing issues affecting your mental health or wellbeing? Or does someone in your whānau need help? 

We are here to help.

We support whānau to get well, stay well, live well, and reach for the stars and beyond.

Combining clinical, cultural, and community support that embrace the Māori view of wellbeing, our services are provided to all ages at no cost, and continue to grow and expand to meet the needs of whānau.

Referrals to most of our services can be made by anyone (e.g. self referral, referral by whānau/friend, referral by a professional such as GP).

Latest News and Updates

Hui a Raumati 2022

November 17, 2022

We are excited to invite you to Hui a Raumati 2022 – a summer party for the community! Haere mai ki te Spencer Park on Friday 16th December from 11am-3pm. There will be entertainment, kai, spot prizes and more for the whole whānau to enjoy! Ko te tikanga o te whanaungatanga kia honoa kotahi tātou…

KOWHEORI: Covid-19 Update: Life at Orange

July 12, 2022

From whānau

"Purapura Whetu is a space that has welcoming and caring people, so it's a place I look forward to going to."

"I am making closer connections with the people I see more frequently, giving me a good sense of well being and starting to feel, in myself, a bit more valued."

"My life has been tumultuous this year. These groups have been a safe haven."