This service is strengths-based and informed by Kaupapa Tuku Iho.
It consists of learning opportunities that build cultural competence and protective factors against Family Harm, while fostering
respectful and mana-enhancing ways of engaging that keeps
everyone safe and promotes flourishing for the whole whānau.
The issues that the service will aim to address include
but are not limited to the following:
- Unhealthy and detrimental relationships that fosters
intergenerational Family Harm.
- Disconnection from the self, whānau, hapū, iwi and
- Negative or damaging skills including behaviours and ways of engaging or expressing oneself towards others.
- Breakdown in communication
(ranging from no communication to mana diminishing forms)
Accessing the service:
Parents and guardians or caregivers (e.g kaumātua, aunties and
uncles) who have been affected by Family Harm can access the
These whānau members will also contribute to building the
resilience of the whole whānau by using the programmes taught within the whānau resilience service.
WHO CAN REFER?
Whānau can self refer
Please note that whānau consent is paramount.
HOW DO YOU REFER?
The easiest way is online. Simply fill in the referral form and send to Admin@rwo.nz