top of page
background.png

Services

Providing Everything You Need

Light and Shadow
Lone Walk

Alcohol & Drug Counselling

Provides a confidential, counselling and support to help reduce excessive consumption of alcohol and drugs, and their associated injuries, violence and other harm it causes..

Antenatal Education

This service provides support to women who are pregnant (all trimesters) and live within the Porirua, Wellington, and Kapiti area.

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

Provides a confidential, counselling community mental health service for Pacific children and adolescents between 0-19 years.

Family Bike Ride

Enhanced Primary and Community Support for People Experiencing Substance Related Harm (EPAC)

More Information to follow

Bag of fabrics

Family & Individual

We support Pacific families and individuals to develop skills to cope with different life situations, to reflect and promote self-healing.

Mother and Daughter Using Laptop

Family Start

The Family Start programme supports families/whanau who are struggling with challenges or problems that put health, education and social outcomes for their children at risk. 

Shadow

Family Violence Prevention

Our Family Violence Service provides a response to child abuse prevention and domestic violence.

Family in Nature

Family Centered Services

Family Centered Services are intended to help families and aiga/whanau become safe places to be.

Image by Andre Taissin

Financial Capability

Taeaomanino run free Financial Capability Workshops series.

These are for anyone who would like to learn the skills to better manage their finances 

Kids Doing Homework

Home Based

Home-base service delivers support and services to families who have children 0-17 years of age.

Students in Computer Class

Social Workers in Schools (SWIS)

The aim of the Social Work programme is to enhance life outcomes for children whose social and family circumstances place at risk their chances of achieving good education, social and health outcomes.

Classmates in the Library

Transition to Adulthood (Youth)

Our aim is to provide our Young People with the practical life skills to navigate their journey into Adulthood.

In Classroom
Mother and a Child

Whanau Ora

Whanau Ora is a government funded initiative that is a culturally specific philosophy and approach to strengthening the well-being and future of Pacific families.

Family

Whanau Resilience

Whanau Resilience is the journey of long-term healing and wellbeing

DSCN6795_edited_edited_edited.jpg
bottom of page