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Support for your Whanau

The Hauora Hub Team would like to offer the services of our school Guidance Counsellors and Social Worker to all members of your family during this time.

Each of us are available to provide our services to you via phone, text or Zoom (internet video platform) and may be able to support you and/or your family across a wide range of contexts over the next few weeks and into the foreseeable future.  

We understand that there could be a number of situations that you may be currently facing, and acknowledge there may be a lot of uncertainty at this time.  Our services are offered to you to help support you and your family through these times. All of our services are completely confidential and conducted according to the New Zealand Association of Counsellors code of ethics.  Additionally, Mrs Anne Rawson is in contact with a number of community agencies and may be able to refer you to these agencies for further assistance.

Our services are free and confidential to yourselves or any member of your immediate family.  As a team, we are in a position to provide these in a range of contexts from groups to individual sessions.  A confidentiality agreement will be negotiated as part of the service to maintain your confidentiality and as required for an ethical, professional relationship.

If this is something that may help you or your family then please contact us here.

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The Team L-R: Ms Eve Meyer, Mrs Aileen Watson, Mrs Anne Rawson


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Outside Agencies

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Virtual Hope Box

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Headspace

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Lifeline

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Geraldine Resource Centre

CAMHS

Mental Health Foundation