Health services for Whānau (Family)
Te Piki Oranga provides a wide range of free and confidential health services in Te Tauihu o Te Waka o Māui (Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough). All services work within Te Ao Māori and a Whānau Ora framework to improve the health and wellbeing of Māori.
We have qualified kaimahi who provide healthcare and prevention programmes (e.g. cervical screening, immunisation outreach, pre-diabetes education) for whānau.
Ngā Pukenga Atawhai
Qualified nurses experienced in helping with cardio vascular disease, diabetes, chronic obstructive airways/asthma, cancer prevention, assessment, treatment, education and referral.
Supporting our mothers and babies under five years of age with their immunisation, well-child checks, breast feeding and smoke free environments.
Ngā Pukenga Manaaki
Our experienced community kaimahi provide support, facilitation and advocacy for whānau.
Ngā Pukenga Hauora Hinengaro mō ngā tamariki me ngā rangatahi
Clinicians specialised in child and adolescent mental health, focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment and referral.
Ngā Pukenga Toitū Te Ora Waipiro me Tarutaru kino
Alcohol and other drugs counsellors supporting whānau through prevention, assessment, treatment, referral and reports.
Health social workers who can assist with budgeting, family violence, child protection, support, advocacy, information and referral.
Te Hā Aukati Kaipaipa
Trained kaimahi coaches to support whānau and pregnant women to stop smoking.