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Kia haumaru ake te noho ki te kainga - The safest place is at home
Current Service Update:
Our office sites at both 166 St Asaph Street and the Philipstown Hub are now open.
We are still here to help!
Our experienced team of nurses, social workers, counsellors and community support workers are available to support you. Please call 0800 4 WHETU (0800 4 94388)
Kaupapa Māori Health, Mental Health and Social Services
Are you experiencing issues affecting your mental health? Or does someone in your whānau need help?
Our experienced team support whānau to get well, stay well, live well, to reach for the stars and beyond. As a kaupapa Māori provider, we combine clinical, cultural and community support into services that embrace the Māori view of wellbeing.
We offer a range of services at no cost for all ages including:
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Tēnā koutou e ngā ringa rehe, e ngā ringa raka i tu kaha ai ki te mahi pono rawa! Ara, mahia te mahi! Tihei Mauri ora! It is a reassuring to see that the COVID -19 pandemic approach is going positively in Aotearoa, and that we are moving through the alert levels in a predictable…
Kia ora koutou katoa, Kia haumaru ake te noho ki te kainga! The safest place is at home! I hope everyone is settling into homelife and you and your whānau are safe and well. As you can see our team is at home safe in their bubbles, at their workstations and continuing the work…
"Following the Christchurch earthquakes, I was affected by post-traumatic stress. I struggled with post-natal adjustment and post-natal depression following the birth of my daughter. My relationship fell apart.
My daughter began having problems with anxiety, stress and anger and I became concerned that these issues were keeping her from being the happy, healthy little girl she could be.
In my search for support, I was lucky to find the Purapura Whetu Trust.
With help from the Trust, my daughter is able to work through and understand her feelings in a way that is age-appropriate and fun. She is excited to attend community activities held by the Trust.
The Trust has also helped me understand my role as a mother, and supported me to overcome some of the struggles I face as a busy mum.
The experience has been invaluable to my family. Purapura Whetu has given us the support and advice we need not only survive, but to help us thrive as a family." - Anonymous