TToH is an award-winning organisation with a proud tradition of success in serving the communities of wider Hawke's Bay for the past 32 years.
Below are just some of the ways we can help whānau.
If you would like to know more about any of these, please contact the friendly and experienced staff in our registration centre, Te Wairatahi.
Phone 0800 TAIWHENUA or 06 871 5350
Medical and Dental
TToH offers FREE GP consultations for all registered clients up to age 25. Our medical and dental centre, Hauora Heretaunga, is based at our Orchard Rd campus and staffed by integrated teams of GPs, practice nurses, dentists, dental therapists and health educators. We offer affordable medical consultations for those aged over 25, and all clients seeking routine or emergency dental care.
A comprehensive package of clinical and community-based care, including residential options.
• Te Puawaitanga day programmes: To provide tangata whaiora with a wide range of activities to assist them in regaining independence, overcome social isolation and improve their life skills.
Criteria: Diagnosed mental illness - hospital, provider or self-referred.
• Waiorua: Short-stay respite care for those needing time out to rest and re-focus.
Criteria: Hospital referred only
• Ararau Residential: Safe and comfortable accommodation within a home-like setting, enabling tangata whaiora to live within the community with which they identify.
Criteria: Hospital-referred only, and pre-assessed by NASC.
• Rangatahi/Youth and Whānau counselling: For issues such as grief, separation, family violence and relationship difficulties
• Multisystemic Therapy: A programme that addresses serious anti-social behaviours in young people aged 10
-17, involving multiple agencies in giving families the skills to deal with these. Criteria: Community referrals can be made.
• Te Waireka: Residential care for rangatahi aged 14-19 needing drug, alcohol, and mental health rehabilitation therapy.
Criteria: Referral by an AOD counsellor
• Community addiction support: Uses the Te Whare Tapa Whā model to help whānau access appropriate support to overcome their alcohol or drug problems.
Criteria: Self-referrals accepted