Dream it. Plan it. Do it.
Kia Ora ra te Whanau
In approximately two weeks time, we are proud to bring another series of “It’s Cool to Korero” and “A. Coroner and A. King” to both Rotorua and Reporoa schools and communities. Headed by the founder of the Trust Mike King, he will deliver their “It’s Cool to Korero programme” alongside Tai Tupou. They are set to present at Rotorua Lakes High, Rotorua Boys High and Reporoa College. The aim: to look at target zero suicides in Aotearoa New Zealand.
In addition to this, four community / public presentations will occur with Coroner Wallace Bain to explore the realities of bullying, drugs, alcohol and reporting as per the Law Commission. Furthermore, Arianna Cudby, the Ministry of Youth Development Change Maker award recipient will also accompany these gentlemen on their tour.
So log in these dates: 6-8 August and entry is FREE. Please see attached information but note that, I have not attached the service & community provider information poster as the venue will change from being at the hospital. I will send this out when another venue is confirmed.
Nga mihi e te whanau.
Running Programme 21 July 14 | Service Provider A Coroner A King 06 Aug 14 | A Coroner A King 06 Aug 14 | A Coroner A King 07 Aug 14
Mataarae Marae A Coroner A King 07 Aug 14
First things first, if what you need is URGENTget that sorted first.
(*If it is an emergency Call 111)
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Taking this step will help you reach your goals and dreams.
Our Rangatahi, Our Future
Te Pā Harakeke – much like our pēpē, our rangatahi are like the rito of the harakeke (flax) they are not yet old enough to make it in the world and still must be cared for, to grow strong to support the future of whānau, hapū and iwi and our communities.
The strength of Te Pā Harakeke (several flax bushes linked together at the roots) reminds us that if our rangatahi, our young ones, must be embraced by the love and support within whānau so that our communities will grow strong, resilient and unified. We must remember that it is our actions that will shape the adults our young people are to become.
Our providers offer a range of services to help and support tamariki, these are the services they provide:
- Full GP/Doctor Services
- Help with Asthma
- Rheumatic Fever
PATH = Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope
We can work together using easy to use tools that’ll help you reach your goals and plan for the future that you want.
Di (20) first shot to fame when his hip hop crew Dziah 2.0 from Dziah Dance Academy represented Aotearoa at the World Hip Hop Championships in Los Vegas in 2011. Using the PATH plan he was able to fulfil his dream of becoming a Youth Worker.
Help, I need to see a Doctor?
Two of our providers have GP (doctors that you can see) – they are Korowai Aroha Health Centre and Te Rūnanga o Ngati Pikiao
Contact them directly to make an appointment. If you need to see a nurse, there are FREE clinics with nurses at Korowai Aroha’s Convenient Care clinics located next to WINZ. They are open each day from 10-3.30pm
Which PROVIDERS can help?
The following providers can help rangatahi.
I don't know where to begin, but I need help...
Get in touch, any way you can, call us, email us, txt and we’ll see what we can do.
Worried about someone? Help keep your whānau and friends safe.
The following providers offer support and assistance to rangatahi.