Residential Services

Marangatahi

Marangatahi means to "rise as one". Marangatahi is a residential supportive rehabilitation service for tāne (men) Tāngata Whaiora only. The house is situated in Taikata Road, Te Atatū North. Tāngata Whaiora are placed according to their needs. They are provided with ongoing clinical treatment and support through their respective clinical teams. The house is staffed with qualified mental health professionals - 24 hour a day, seven days a week. Marangatahi is a Level 4 mental health facility and was opened in 1999.

The tāne at Marangatahi are an important part of the Te Atatū North neighbourhood and township.

 

 

 

 

Kaimahi

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Erana Tupe
Team Leader
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Pat Nicholls
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Tony Iwan
Pete Pivac
Alex John
Callum Selby
Hinepiripiri
 

Hinepiriri means"wāhine clinging together". Hinepiripiri is a residential home exclusively for wāhine (women) Tāngata Whaiora and was opened in 1994, one of our earliest services. Hinepiripiri's home is based in Longburn Road, Henderson. Tāngata Whaiora are placed according to their needs and the facility is a Level 3 mental health facility. Ongoing clinical support is provided through clinical teams. Hinepiripiri is also staffed with qualified mental health professionals - 24 hour a day, seven days a week. 

Kaimahi

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Donna Apanui-Walsh
Team Leader
Rasela Tima