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This website directory was developed due to the COVID-19 pandemic when Northland DHB saw the need to create a platform to host local information to support individuals, whānau and communities at risk of experiencing adverse health, social or economic outcomes. The listings and information included on this site have been specifically selected to help our community with the maintenance and improvements of wellbeing (directly and via community agencies). We have also included reputable evidence-based resources that we feel add value. The site will be updated regularly and promoted, so it reaches all those that need our support.
s a substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health treatment program offering the most advanced clinical programming, detoxification residential treatment We deliver the highest quality of care in beautifully appointed surroundings, making the recovery process safe, secure and comfortable. We strive to provide our clients and their families with the best care, support and guidance throughout our program and beyond to achieve a lasting recovery.
When a birth injury occurs, they are able to assist by proving affected families with information, resources, and referrals on where they can get help. They also have staff that can answer any questions families have and if they are looking for clinics, health services, or legal services, we can direct them to our recommended providers.
Northland Parkinson Nurse Team Name: Vicki Sadgrove Title: Parkinson's Nurse Area: Whangarei & Kaipara districts Email: email@example.com Phone: 027 268 4973 or 09 437 6876 Name: Elizabeth Cook Title: Parkinson's Nurse Area: Far North District Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 027 530 6221 Working Days: Tuesday and Thursday Parkinson's Support Groups Whangarei Support Groups Held the first Friday of every month starting at 10:30 am. There is always a Guest Speaker or some sort of entertainment. Held at the Kamo Club, Meldrum Street, Kamo. A Trading Table is available and there is always a raffle. Kerikeri Support Groups Held the third Thursday of each month. Usually at the St. John’s Ambulance Hall on Kerikeri Road starting with Music & Voice Exercises 10.am then meeting at 11.00 am, lunch to follow. Sometimes they venture out to local cafes and private homes. Once again members should check the newsletter. We endeavour to provide Guest Speakers at as many meetings as possible and members are welcome to make suggestions of who they would like. Please bring a plate for a shared lunch. Kaitaia Support Groups Held the third Tuesday of every second month. Usually at the Hope Christian Centre at 11.00 am then go on to buy lunch at the Hope Cafe. Dargaville Support Groups Held the first Thursday every month. Usually, a Morning Tea meeting at 10:00 am at St John's Hall. Contact Alison Robertson 09 439 7798. No cost. Waipu Support Groups Held on the 3rd Friday of every month at the Waipu Presbyterian Church Hall. Contact Barbara to confirm the details.
We support and assist you and your family after a stroke, and help all New Zealanders keep safe from stroke.
This directory will connect you to information regarding the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme.
Enhancing the lives of people with Cerebral Palsy in New Zealand. Cerebral Palsy Society Grants are open to members with Cerebral Palsy, to help them fund activities or to give assistance for a special cause.
The Wilson Home Trust offers a range of grants that aim to assist and improve the lives of children and young adults with physical disabilities, and their whanau.
Lottery Individuals with Disabilities Providing grants to people living with disabilities to help them have better access and be more connected to their communities. Lottery Individuals with Disabilities will fund equipment to support individuals to contribute, participate in and connect with their communities. This can include assistance dogs, communication equipment, vehicles, vehicle modifications, scooters and other mobility equipment.
Firstport can provide you with a range of information about available resources, services, news and events in your community
Everyone using a health or disabilty service has the protection of a Code of Rights
Total Mobility is a nationwide scheme that provides a transport subsidy to help people with disabilities stay connected within their community.
If you, or are a member of your household or community has a disability or any special needs that may affect your ability to cope in a disaster
Life Unlimited is a charitable trust - a not for profit organiation governed by a board of trustees.
A Green Prescription (GRx) is a health professionals written advice to a patient to be physically active as part of the patients health management
The Citizens Advice Buraeu provides free, confidential, independent information and advice to anyone.