Communities around the country are struggling with the disastrous effects of Methamphetamine use, the impact of which is being especially felt in our rural towns and centres.
E pūāwai ana tētahi korowai manaaki mō ngā wāhine o Ngāti Kahungunu, anei rā, ‘He Korowai o Ngā Aho Wāhine’.
Te Whenua Ūkaipō – the place we are from, the place that nourishes the soul, the place we know we belong.
Whakanuia Whakapapa is a whānau (and community) suicide prevention initiative based at Aratiatia marae, Fairfield College, in Hamilton.
In the heart of Ngāruawāhia, is the “Voices of Whānau” initiative. Taking active steps towards suicide prevention, this whānau-based project is a response to seeing an increased risk of local bereaved whānau, attempting suicide themselves when in times of stress or pōuri.
Strengthening resilience is a core focus for Ngā Pūāwai o Rangatahi. As a hauora programme for rangatahi, Ngā Pūāwai o Rangatahi..
Holistic wellbeing and healing for whānau is the focus for an initiative in Rotorua called Tūramarama ki te Ora wellness wānanga.
Set in the Waitematā, Tāmaki-makau-rau, he Tumoana Tīkanga Dive Programme is reconnecting rangatahi with their environment..
The Marae of Te Whānau o Te Uri o Hina celebrate carved pou, for their marae, in recognition of suicide prevention.
Te Uma o Miria is an initiative reconnecting rangatahi and their whānau back to their marae, hapū and iwi, to further enhance their sense of belonging..