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Services

Uruuruwhenua Health Inc providing free Mobile Outreach Hauora Services that include advocacy and support for whanau in the Central Otago region.

Services include:

  • Mauri Ora
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Health Lifestyle Choices
  • Health Promotion Activities
  • Education on Health Topics
  • Community Gardens
  • Linkages with Other Services
  • Oral Health
  • Alcohol & Drug
  • Diabetes Management
  • Astham & HeartHealth
  • Sexual Health
  • Wahine & TaneHealth
  • Child Health
  • Other areas of Health

 

 

Smoking Cessation Service

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Free Quit Smoking Programme Education, Health Promotion Support and Advocacy

PROVIDING:

  • Home, clinic and workplace visits to discuss your health needs.
  • Working alongside anyone who wishes to quit smoking.
  • Support when visiting your Doctor/Nurse.
  • Advocacy and support for whänau.
  • Follow up on healthcare.
  • Transport support where possible.
  • Assistance with referrals to other services.
  • Information and resources for whänau.
  • Community development projects.
  • Facilitating hui on Smoking Cessation and other health topics.

 

 

Mauri Ora Service

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Healthy Lifestyle, Alcohol & Drug, Sexual Health, Diabetes, Asthma, Heart health, Wähineand Täne Health, Child Health, Oral Health and others.

ASSISTING WITH:

  • Support when visiting your Doctor/Nurse.
  • Advocacy and support for whänau.
  • Follow up on healthcare.
  • Linkages with Social, Education, Justice and other agencies.
  • Transport support where possible.
  • Assistance with referrals to other services.
  • Information and resources for whänau.
  • Community development projects.
  • Facilitation of wänanga in health and wellbeing, with Rärangä, käpahaka, wäiata, täiaha, röngoa, mirimiri.

 

 

Uruuruwhenua Health Services

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We work alongside whänau and the wider community to ensure Health and Social Services are accessible and tailored to meet the needs of whanau so that good health and well being is achieved.

We work within the Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi (Partnership, Protection & Participation) to ensure Mäori are involved in development, planning and delivery of healthcare while safeguarding Mäori cultural concepts, values and practices.

We work using a holistic hauora approach and embrace the four cornerstones of health:

  • te taha tinana (physical well being)
  • te taha wairua (spiritual well being)
  • te taha hinengaro (mental well being)
  • te taha whanau (family well being)