Whakapiki Hauora is a Kaupapa Māori Community Mental Health Support Service and has four separate services:
- Adult Mental health (1)
- Alcohol and Other Drugs [AOD]
- Child, Adolescent and Family [CAFS]; and
- Day Activities.
Māori Community Mental Health Support Workers work with you and other health professionals and other services involved in your care.
The kaupapa Māori guiding principles for assessment and support of what is required by nga tangata and their whanau encompasses the four walls of Whare Tapa Wha:
- Te Taha Wairua,
- Te Taha Hinengaro,
- Te Taha Tinana; me
- Te Taha Whanau.
Adult Mental Health
Support for those 17 years and over who have a Axis 1 mental health diagnosis
Support for those of any age affected by alcohol and/or drugs.
Group activities to promote socialisation for individuals 17 years and over who have a mental health diagnosis. Transport provided.
Support for 0-17 year olds and their Whanau, who have a mental health diagnosis and/or on-going behavioural challenges.
Each service has criteria for eligibility. Heoi ano, if you think that you and/or your Whanau do not meet the entry criteria contact the Health Manager anyway and they may be able to assist and or refer you to another service within Raukawa Whanau Ora, or to another more appropriate service provider.
- Acute forensic care
- Persons whom require 24 hour care
- Persons whom are in residential care
- Persons whom do not or are unable to live independently within the
- community; and
• Clinical / Medical and Psychiatric Care.