Te Rau Ora and the Centre of Māori Suicide Prevention are pleased to announce the launch of the 2022 Māori Community Suicide Prevention Fund.
Tiaki Whānau – Tiaki Ora, is our programme that deliberately reaches whānau Māori in their homes, and provides tools to build the capacity of whānau to strengthen their wellbeing and […]
Te Rau Ora has been delivering a range of Māori suicide prevention and postvention kaupapa for over a decade, and recently rebranded its programmes under Centre of Māori Suicide Prevention. […]
Manaaki Ora App Today Te Rau Ora and The Centre for Māori Suicide Prevention release the Manaaki Ora app, a self-help wellbeing app to support individuals and whānau to know […]
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.
The Marae of Te Whānau o Te Uri o Hina celebrate carved pou, for their marae, in recognition of suicide prevention.
Oranga Nui Tonu is an initiative from Kaitaia utilising sport as a way of bringing wellness to their community.
A TIME OF CELEBRATION!! A major milestone is reached with the Tiaki Whānau, Tiaki Ora programme. Empowering whānau to support each other is the fundamental philosophy of the Tiaki Whānau, Tiaki Ora […]