Through Whānau Tautoko we work with whānau using a holistic wraparound model of practice to build whānau well-being and growth across nine domains:

  • Whakawhanaunataka – building or maintaining whānau relationships
  • Ngāmanukura – strengthening or using leadership within the whānau to achieve goals
  • Kaupapa – to strengthen cultural identity within the whānau
  • Manakitaka – caregiving within the whānau and participating in programs and activities that whakamana the whānau, including action to stop violence, abuse or neglect
  • Hauora – attending to the holistic wellbeing of the whānau, including tinana, wairua, hinengaro amd whānau health goals
  • Whare – improving the housing situation for whānau
  • Tiaki – Improving safety within the whānau, whare, school etc.
  • Mahi Toa – education and employment opportunities and/or improvement.
  • Moniawhina – financial management and security within the whānau.

A holistic plan is mapped out alongside the whānau with achievable goals to strengthen the client and whānau to see beyond the horizon to bring dreams closer, taking whānau out of change and into living.

Goals are designed to use the client and whānau strengths to address issues and boundaries that are stagnating their ability to reach for their dreams and aspirations.

Targeted social work support and multidisciplinary services to whanau of at risk children and youth. Whānau take part in an assessment to identify relevant goals for positive and agreed outcomes. 

Plans developed with whānau to achieve identified outcomes for the young people, siblings and members of the whānau.