Connection through kōrero

Supporting Māori mental health and addiction providers plan, coordinate and deliver psychosocial interventions

Ministry of Health Strategy

Follow the Ministry of Health’s strategy to support Māori mental health and addiction services

He Ara Oranga Report

Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction

About Tātaihono

Tātaihono and our role supporting psychosocial responses to COVID-19

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Provider Spotlight – Te Awhi

Provider Spotlight – Te Awhi

“Whakatō te kākano ko wai au. Mirimiringia ki te aroha, tipua ngākau Māori i roto i te wairua tapu” Plant the seed so that I know who I am. Nurture it with love so that a Māori heart can grow through the Holy Spirit. Placed at the centre of all operations, this...

Whitiora Rhythms

Whitiora Rhythms

 Tātaihono teamed up with some of the Maimoa crew to elevate two kaupapa close to our hearts; Mahuru Māori (Māori Language Month), and Te Wiki Aroā Mate Hinengaro (Mental Health Awareness Week). Hosted by Pere Wīhongi, Whitiora Rhythms exceeded our expectations, and...

Upcoming Events

  1. World Alzheimer’s Month World

    1 September, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 30 September, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
  2. Alzheimer’s Day

    21 September, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  3. World Mental Health Day

    10 October, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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