Ngā Kākano Foundation - Mental Health & Addiction Services

Māori Provider Description

Ngā Kākano Foundation is a tangata whenua owned and operated organisation providing health and social services to Whānau/families living in the Te Puke District.

This service provides alcohol and drug counselling. We support you to set and reach goals, putting you and your Whānau at the center of care. It is a community outpatient-based service provided by trained practitioners.

Services include assessment, counselling and treatment, brief intervention, relapse prevention, referral to residential treatment, and AOD education.

Early intervention and prevention mental health services is recovery-oriented, community-based Whānau approach to assessment, treatment, and therapy for those experiencing mental health issues. Specific needs may be complex and include co-existing illness or issues and may require brief interventions for relapse and follow-up.

This service is accessible and available for all members of the Whānau inclusive of pēpi, tamariki, taiohi, pākeke and Kaumātua.

Contact Information
How do I access this service?
GP, DHB clinical services
Ages Serviced
Child/Tamariki, Youth/Rangatahi, Adult/Pakeke