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Neke Ki Uta Neke Ki Tai E Kore Te

Welcome – Nau Mai Haere Mai

Tēnei ra ka toro ngā amo o te whare o Te Puna Hauora e uta ana e tai ana,
Mai te papa o te Raupare kei Otamarakau, ki te wahapū o te Katikati huangakore kei Otāwhiwhi,
Ki te whitinga mai o tēna hukahuka moana,
Ka rere ake ki tuawhenua, nei rā te herenga waka, te herenga iwi, te herenga tangata.
Te Arawa waka kā mihi, ka ngongooki ki tōna tuarongo
Ka hoki mai ki te Awanui ki āna waka ko Takitimu, Ko Mataatua.
Te paki tu kotahi ēnei o te kimi oranga
O te whai tumanako
E mihi kau ake ki te Tini me te Mano, mai te Hiku o te Ika ki tōna Upuko, whiti atu ki te Moana o te Raukawakawa ki te Waipounamu, tae noa ki Rakiura puta noa ki te Wharekauri, te Rawhiti ki te Hauauru, Rātou hoki kua riro ake moe mai ra.
Ka piti hono tātai hono, oti rā ka hoki mai ki te ao miharo o te hunga ora tēna rā koutou katoa.

Ko te rangi kei runga
Ko te rangi kei raro e
I ahaha
Ka tu te rangi
Ka tu tairi ki runga
O Maunganui ko Mauao
Tauranga moana
Tauranga Tangata
Te Puna Hauora
Tau tau tau ana e hi!

Te Puna Hauora Ki Uta Ki Tai extends greetings to the people within the rohe of the waka of Takitimu and Mataatua of Tauranga Moana and Te Arawa waka, from Otamarakau to Pukete Whenua, turn back to Maketu, finishing at Te Rae o Papamoa.

Greetings to the multitudes of thousands, from the Northern-most tip of New Zealand to the South Island, crossing the Cook Strait to Te Waipounamu, to Stewart Island, on to the Chathams from East to West, on the way through, paying homage to the gathering of all those who have passed on.

Te Puna Hauora ki Uta ki Tai Kaupapa Maori Hauora Hinengaro is a charitable trust governed by a Board of Trustees. The organisation provides a range of community mental health services within the Western Bay of Plenty. The services are located in central Tauranga and include clinical, cultural and social support for whānau. We of Te Puna Hauora Ki Uta Ki Tai are here to give hope to those seeking wellness.

Our Hauora Trust is made up of a dedicated team of experienced and qualified health professionals including registered mental health nurses, social workers, counsellors and whānau therapists. We are able to access health services in the hospital and throughout the community.

The Aim of Our Services
• Whānau Ora
• Self determination
• Partnering with whānau
• Independence
• Whānau outcomes
• Whānau wellbeing

As a Kaupapa Maori service, we are sheltered by the cultural values of our tipuna, which are the foundation for our Vision and Mission statements.

When people come into our Kaupapa Maori services, they become as whānau, therefore we are all working together in partnership in a whanaungatanga way.

Whanaungatanga
Utilising the concept of ‘Whanaungatanga’ the bringing together of ones whānau and resources, for the well-being of pakeke, rangatahi and tamariki. This aims to ensure whānau are leading in partnership and inclusion in assessment, treatment and discharge planning.
 
Click here to read more about our Kaupapa Maori services for tamariki/rangatahi.
 
Click here for more information on our services for Pakeke.
 
For information on our Dual Diagnosis services, please click here.
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