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Te Oranga Activities

Supporting whānau affected with mental health challenges to get involved in their community, make friends, and improve their health. Our programmes encourage a healthy lifestyle, physical activity, creativity, and connection to Te Ao Māori.

Te Oranga Activities is for adults  affected by mental health issues

To become involved in our day activities you must have an assigned community support worker, peer support worker or clinician from one of the listed organisations:
 

  • Purapura Whetu

  • Kakakura Health Services

  • Comcare Trust

  • Emerge Aotearoa

  • Stepping Stone Trust

  • Pathways Health

  • MHAPS – Mental Health Advocacy and Peer Support

  • Other 

 

Referrals can be made by:

- yourself (self referral)

- friends/whānau

- health professionals

Weekly timetable of activities change each school term

Spaces may be limited

If the activity you wish to attend is not running this term, please contact us, we love your suggestions for future programmes.

Clients must have a meet and greet with our Programme Coordinator prior to attending day activities. 

18+ years old

Waitaha Canterbury region

Free Service

Contact:
Programmes Coordinator
Pam - 021 223 5899

programmes.coordinator@pw.maori.nz

Term 1 Timetable
January 29 - April 5 2024

Click to view PDF timetable

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