We offer a range of services, dedicated to improving the wellbeing and mana of whanau. Take a look at our services below, and if you'd like to inquire or get further info, please use the contact tab or phone us on (09) 2972036
Providing information, emotional and practical help to teen parents to improve the health, education and welfare of teenage parents and their children.
Well child checks, Whanau Support, Locating clients, Liaison with Lead Maternity Care / GP’s, Immunisation screening, Oral health checks, B4School Checks
Papakura Marae provides a sore throat clinic at 11 schools in Papakura and Manurewa. Hauora Navigators are in the schools every day identifying and assessing tamariki as we work towards rheumatic fever prevention. This is led by the National Hauora Coalition in partnership with the Public Health Nurses. We have agreed to work together through identifying and then treating children with Group A Streptococcus
We are part of the Kotahitanga Whaanau Ora Collective and provide an integrated service delivery model called Mana Tiaki© that supports the overall wellbeing of whaanau. Our Mana Tiaki Navigators support whaanau to fulfill their potential, achieve their aspirations and model intergenerational success.
The Family Start programme is a Family and Community Services initiative that enables families with young children to access a comprehensive range of welfare, health, education and other services they may need.
Family Start provides intensive, home-based support services for families with high needs, to ensure that their children have the best possible start in life.
Papakura Marae Social Service aim to provide Community Social Work utilizing Services and Specialists to support the needs of Whanau / Individual stressors in a Professional and highly confidential capacity.
Te Pae Oranga
Free dinner held at Papakura Marae every Thursday, in partnership with LIFE Church.
Bring the whanau for a delicious hot kai, and a good catchup with the marae community.
Free classes to prepare for Driver Licencing and employment opportunities.
A free health and wellness support service for those who would like to be more active, improve their health and lifestyle.
Helping whanau with long term conditions, education and self-management.
DIABETES 4 week self-management workshops
Home visits 1on1, whanau education
Oranga Ki Tua
A new service helping empower
whānau to strengthen their
There are many ways that we can go about improving our hauora/wellbeing. One way is to take a holistic approach and doing things that
cover various aspects of our wellbeing.