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13 August
Cystic Fibrosis Week


Tuesday 21 August 2012
1.30 pm at the Memorial Hall Supper Room next to the Library on Main St, Otaki.

Speaker: Dr Steven Finlay, CEO of the Cleantech Trust
Refreshment at conclusion

RVSP by 19th August 2012
Tel: (06) 364 8664
E-mail: cab.otaki@xtra.co.nz


Friday 31 August
Cancer Society "Daffodil Day"


Home > Support Organisations > Alcohol & Drug Addictions Treatment > Piki Kotuku Te Awhi Hinengaro - Addiction Services

Piki Kotuku Te Awhi Hinengaro - Addiction Services

140-148 Maxwells Line
Palmerston North 4412

P O Box 1341
Palmerston North 4440

Tel: (06) 353 1884
E-mail: donna@rangitaane.iwi.nz
Website: www.whakapaihauora.maori.nz

9.00 - 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Staff - Our Piki Team:
Whaea Kararaina Tait, Kuia
Matua Ropata Te Hina, Kaumatua
Donna Cummerfield, Team Leader
Pauline Burke, A&D Counsellor
Kiwa Whareaitu, Social Worker
Sarah Bonnington, Youth Social Worker
Marilyn Kereama, A&D Counsellor

Our service is designed around tangata whaiora and we shall attempt to provide any resource and information needed.

We shall provide our service either:
at Whakapai Hauora
in the home of tangata whaiora
on the Marae
in outreach clinics based in Shannon, Foxton, and Otaki (please phone for more information)
any other community venue where tangata whaiora feel comfortable and  appropriate
Our Kaupapa is to provide tikanga based Mental Health and Addiction Services in a learning back to wellbeing environment within the whare tapa wha model.

Our service includes:
Kaupapa Alcohol and Drug Services including:
A & D Clinical & Cultural Assessments
A & D Counselling
A & D Social Work Services
Rangatahi A & D Social Services
Basic Life Skills Programmes
Activities Group
Strengthening Families Hui
A & D Health Promotion and Education
Ongoing support and follow up

Tel: (06) 354 0043
Fax: (06) 353 5252
E-mail: twmomt@xtra.co.nz

9.00am � 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Come in ot the Whare (house)
Allow yourself to be nurtured and supported
People in recovery from alcohol and drugs, working for people in recovery and their Whanau.
Who can attend � people and their Whanau who have been affected by alcohol, drug addiction.
We provide:
A safe warm place to come in and �be� (unscramble thoughts)
Whanau Awhi (Family support)
Alternative healing options
Advocacy and peer support
Whanau (family) inclusive activities.  Noho marae.
Educational / Whananga groups.
A tikanga maori service.  Which is open to all cultures.
Transport o and from agencies.