Heart, Wairua, Commitment.
Highbury Whānau Centre delivers a range of services to support young people and their families, and promote happy and healthy lifestyles for all. As a community centre we promote and provide opportunities for tamariki, rangatahi and whānau to enhance well-being. Included in the range of services are counselling, psycho-education, mentoring and youth work, support and advocacy, after school programmes, holiday programmes, Rugby League club, Combat room Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Youth Touch, Te Reo Māori class and Te Hiringa Alternative Education services.
- Programme Areas
Mental health, Addictions - other
- Programme Type
Community based support - other, Peer / advocacy / group / family whānau support, Community based support - mental health, Non-acute specialist mental health community services
- Age Groups
Child / tamariki, Youth / rangatahi
- Referral Types
GP, DHB clinical services
Services are for children and young people aged 7-24 years.
Referrals for youthwork can be from self-referral, whānau, schools, Oranga Tamariki and other community services.
Referrals for Counselling are through GP referrals to THINK Hauora
Please phone us on (06) 358 0504 or email email@example.com and we will get back to you.
Highbury Whānau Centre provides support using a range of individual and group interventions, including counselling, education, support and advocacy, for children and young people (aged 7-24) who are struggling with:
- Anxiety conditions including panic attacks
- Managing emotions and behaviours
- At-risk behaviours
- Self-harm and suicide ideation
- Self-esteem and identity
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress management
- Sleep disturbance
|Mon – Fri||8:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
Public Holidays: Closed Waitangi Day (Observed 7/2/22) (7 Feb), Good Friday (15 Apr), Easter Monday (18 Apr), ANZAC Day (25 Apr), Queen's Birthday (6 Jun), Labour Day (24 Oct).
Plenty of parking onsite.
155 Highbury Avenue
155 Highbury Avenue
PO Box 7163
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This page was last updated at 8:57AM on February 4, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Highbury Whānau Centre.