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Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi was established in 2001 to provide support and care for Māori (and Non-Māori) who experience a mental health disability.

We aim to achieve successful healing and recovery of Tāngata Whaiora (Tāngata Whaiora: a person who is subject of care, assessment and treatment processes in mental health – a person seeking health) through the provision of a range of high quality support and care services. Tāngata Whaiora are at the heart of everything we do.​

Currently we care for some 120 Tāngata Whaiora and have 31 kaimahi. We operate under a kaupapa Māori philosophy.

Our Services

Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi offer a wide range of kaupapa Māori services for Tangata Whaiora


Support tailor-made for individual and group Tāngata Whaiora needs, delivered in the community.


We provide 24/7 Residential Care & Support and Planned Respite.

Social Housing

Social housing provided for the west Auckland community.

Our Programmes

Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi host a variety of kaupapa Māori programmes for Tangata Whaiora and like-minded individuals such as Hākinakina and Mauri Tau to name a few.


Hākinakina is a two hour weekly programme of Te Tapa Tinana: physical exercise and fitness, and other activities aimed at improving the physical well-being of Tāngata Whaiora. Healthy body, healthy mind.

Recent Events

A Day at the Parakai Hot Pools

Tāngata Whaiora and Kaimahi spent the day at the Parakai Hot Pools. A day filled with fun and bonding was had by all.

The Homeless Project

Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi kaimahi walked the streets of the CBD and gave COVID19 info packs to the homeless and promoted COVID19 vaccine awareness

Te Tira Haumaru

Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi has stood up a COVID19 contact centre to support those who are isolating due to COVID19.