Whānau Ora is a service aimed at supporting individuals and families with illness or disability. Individual health plans are developed and implemented, with the aim of improving health, independence and quality of life.
Nature of service
- Mental health education and support
- Health and fitness activities and education
- Wae wae clinics
- Smoking cessation
- Crisis intervention
- Advocacy and referrals
- Transport and mobility services
- Cultural support
Who is it for?
Tamariki, rangatahi, kaumatua, whānau.
Referral from health and social service providers/whānau/self-referral.
Kaiārahi (or Navigators) play a major role in Whānau Ora.
Hokonui Rūnanga Kaiārahi/Navigators work closely with whānau to identify your specific needs and aspirations, then help you to identify the services, education providers or employment and business opportunities you need.
Our team supports whānau to plan, and then connect with the support you need to achieve your goals.
Kaiārahi/Navigators have the cultural and local knowledge necessary to understand whānau situations and build relationships of trust and confidence.
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