Māori Primary Care and Community Service Providers
There are a wide range of kaupapa Māori health providers across the Southern district, providing health advice, mental health and addictions support, and connections with social agencies to support you.
Arai Te Uru Whare Hauora support whānau to access health, social and education services with a focus on wellbeing, health and healthy living. Arai Te Uru Whare Hauora have a team of well trained and qualified workers including nurses, social workers, teachers, herbalist and antenatal and breastfeeding facilitator.
Arai Te Uru Whare Hauora, 60–66 Tennyson Street, Dunedin
Phone: 03 471 9960 Fax: 03 471 9962 Email: email@example.com
Aukaha provides a range of whānau health services and clinics to the greater Otago community
Awarua Whanau Services deliver Kaupapa Maori services that provide for whanau wellbeing by servicing their social, health and educational needs.
Hokonui Runanga Health and Social Services provide support and run projects that benefit the health, social, spiritual, cultural, educational, moral and economic well-being of our members
Kai Tahu ki Otago provide support and run projects that benefit the health, social, spiritual, cultural, educational, moral and economic well-being of our members.
For more Information on Kai Tahu ki Otago Ltd in Dunedin visit www.aukaha.co.nz
Community Health & Social Services, We are a not-for-profit organisation providing health and social services in Southland.
Te Kaika are a general practice aiming to provide quality healthcare to you and your family, Phone 03 455 2721 to make an appointment.
Community Health & Social Services. Empowering and strengthening whānau within our community. Open Monday to Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm, phone 03 477 4670 or 03 477 4681.
Tokomairiro Waiora Incorporated is a Kaupapa Māori Health Service providing Whānau Ora services in the South Otago rohe. We support whānau to achieve healthy, safe and independent living by providing a holistic service using tikanga Māori practices to address health and social needs. Open Monday to Thursday 9:00am - 3:30pm, phone 03 417 7430 or freephone 0800 769 648.
Tumai Ora Whanau Services ensure existing health professionals and providers are coordinated and that Māori are assisted to better utilise the services that are available. Health and disability services include one-on-one sessions with whānau to discuss and develop health plans to address needs, support to attend appointments and coordinate community services, supply health education and information, and promote an understanding of the Māori view of health.
For more Information on Tumai Ora Whanau Services in Waikouaiti
Uruuruwhenua Health key objective is to ensure existing health professionals and social services/agencies are coordinated and that Māori are assisted to better utilise the services that are available. Assisting whānau in working towards healthier lifestyles, promoting and understanding of the Whare Tapa Wha Health.
Phone 03 448 8634 or 0800 878 087 for more Information or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Waihopai Runaka is a local iwi-based organisation that provides kaupapa maori health and social services in Invercargill and surrounding areas, services include diabetes prevention and management programme and Whānau Ora. Phone 03 216 9074 to make an appointment.
For more Information, email Waihopai Runaka on email@example.com
Whakamana Ngā Pā Harakeke provide services that will equip and empower young people and their whānau to fulfill their potential in the context of their cultural heritage, their whānau, and their community.