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Te Hā Oranga

Community Health Service, Kaupapa Māori

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77 Awakino Road, Dargaville

Mon - Fri 8am-5pm

Description

Te Hā Oranga is a Ngāti Whātua organisation that provides health and wellbeing services to everyone within the Ngāti Whātua rohe.

Te Hā Oranga offers a range of health services underpinned by tikanga o Ngāti Whātua. We have clinics in Dargaville, Wellsford and Helensville offering mobile nursing services, focusing on the management of long term conditions in the community and Tamariki Ora. Click https://www.ngatiwhatua.iwi.nz/health/ for contact details.

Working alongside our nursing workforce, are whānau ora workers that support clients to access the health and social support services they require.

We also provide services that further enhance this care, including mental health community support, addiction counselling and support, smoking cessation support, transport and support for clients to access screening services (bowel and breast screening), home based support services, and health education and promotion services.

Ages

Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua

How do I access this service?

Contact us, Make an appointment, Referral

Fees and Charges Categorisation

Free

Fees and Charges Description

Our service is free of charge.

Hours

Mon – Fri 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Languages Spoken

English, Māori

Services Provided

Family / whānau support

We support you and your whanau by providing care to manage your health conditions in your own home and community, provide you and your whanau with information and education about your health condition and support you to access the services you and your whanau need.

We support you and your whānau by providing care to manage your health conditions in your own home and community, provide you and your whānau with information and education about your health condition and support you to access the services you and your whānau need.

Kaupapa Māori

Our service is open to all people. It is underpinned by Tikanga o Ngati Whatua, and operates to the Ngati Whatua Tikanga Best Practice Policy for Community Providers.

Our service is open to all people. It is underpinned by Tikanga o Ngāti Whatua, and operates to the Ngāti Whatua Tikanga Best Practice Policy for Community Providers.

Pregnancy and parenting

We are a Tamariki Ora provider and will support you and your whanau from the day your baby is born to the day they are ready to go to school.

  • Breastfeeding support
  • Parenting education
  • Young mums

We are a Tamariki Ora provider and will support you and your whānau from the day your baby is born to the day they are ready to go to school.

Well Child Tamariki Ora

We are a Tamariki Ora provider and will support you and your whanau from the day your baby is born to the day they are ready to go to school.

We are a Tamariki Ora provider and will support you and your whānau from the day your baby is born to the day they are ready to go to school.

Whānau Ora

Our whanau ora workers will support you and your whanau to access the services you require when you need them.

  • Kaupapa Māori

Our whānau ora workers will support you and your whānau to access the services you require when you need them.

Mental health & addictions

View the Te Ha Oranga Mental Health & Addiction Service page.

Counselling

We provide you or your whanau member with culturally appropriate and confidential counselling that gives you, or them, the strength to live a happier life free of addiction.

We provide you or your whānau member with culturally appropriate and confidential counselling that gives you, or them, the strength to live a happier life free of addiction.

Wellness / healthy lifestyle

We will support you, and your whanau, to give up smoking, create smoke free environments at home and in the community, and live healthier lifestyles.

  • Smoking cessation (Stop smoking)

We will support you, and your whānau, to give up smoking, create smoke free environments at home and in the community, and live healthier lifestyles.

Home support

We will provide you, or your whanau member, with in-home care including support with cleaning duties, meals, and personal care (i.e. showering). This will ensure you, or they, are able to live independent and fulfilling lives within your/their own home and community.

  • Carers
  • Cleaning (personal care)
  • Home equipment
  • Home visits
  • Needs assessment
  • Nursing

We will provide you, or your whānau member, with in-home care including support with cleaning duties, meals, and personal care (i.e. showering). This will ensure you, or they, are able to live independent and fulfilling lives within your/their own home and community.

Transport

We provide transport so that you can access bowel screening and breast screening services free of charge.

We provide transport so that you can access bowel screening and breast screening services free of charge.

Older Adult Support

Our service was built to support our kaumatua and our doors are always open to you for a cup of tea and kai, or at times when you are feeling lonely. We support kaumatua groups that ensure our kaumatua remain engaged in their community.

Our service was built to support our kaumātua and our doors are always open to you for a cup of tea and kai, or at times when you are feeling lonely. We support kaumātua groups that ensure our kaumātua remain engaged in their community.

Health screening

Please call us. Dargaville is currently screening, other locations may vary due to available smear takers.

  • Cervical screening

Please call us.

Dargaville is currently screening, other locations may vary due to available smear takers.

Region

North Auckland, West Auckland

Contact Details

53-65 Commercial Road, Helensville, Auckland

West Auckland

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158 Rodney Street, Wellsford

North Auckland

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This page was last updated at 11:20AM on April 18, 2024. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Hā Oranga.