Free Health Services
Providing health and social services for Central Hawke's Bay (CHB) community from pepi to kaumātua.
Our professional kaimahi works within the community with whānau, individuals, school groups and workplaces to help and address any health issues by providing education, advice and support as well as access to our Registered Nurses.
We offer you and your whānau or group whatever health promotion and resources you may need and support you to access those services. We are mobile and offer a full range of services.
Free Nurse Clinics
We provide free nurse led clinics throughout the community. Our services include
- First aid
- Wound Management
- Treatment of skin infections
- General health checks - Blood Pressure, Weight, Blood Sugar Levels, Asthma Care and many more.
We cater for all ages We can come to you. Our nurses are also mobile and all our services are FREE
We can offer you free cervical smears and mammogram support including free transport to and from your appointment. For all the nana, mother, daughter, sister, niece, granddaughter. Kaua e whakama! We are here to help and tautoko you.
Community Addiction Services
We support people who are at risk of harm due to alcohol and or drugs.
Youth and Whānau Counselling Services
This focuses on whānau and rangatahi who are having difficulties, providing counselling and support. The age criteria is 0-17yrs.
Provides high quality household and personal care services to clients within their own homes.
Youth Service NEETS, YP and YPP
Help and support our rangatahi aged 15-18 to help them into education and employment. Offering life skills, support and training. We also work with teen parents offering parenting courses and budgeting programmes.
Oranga Hinengaro and Te Poutama Tautoko
Help, support and advocacy for adults with mental health and addiction problems.
Kahungunu Hikoi Whenua
Kahungunu Hikoi Whenua is a unique in that the programme addresses issues around Nutrition (Healthy Eating), Physical Activity (Healthy Action) and tobacco use at a population level across three DHB boundaries that make up the Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi rohe.
Kahungunu Hikoi Whenua utilises a Kaupapa Māori Community Development approach that focuses on key settings where whānau – live, learn, work and play. This approach recognises the need for Māori to develop approaches and initiatives which are appropriate for Māori. This involves working in and with whānau and communities toward social change in order to prevent disease and improve health outcomes through partnership processes with whānau and community stakeholders.