What we do

We are in the community delivering programs, resources and tools that support everyday people who want to be more aware, more helpful and more ready.

Triple H

The Triple H programme in schools aims to build confidence and wellbeing of Maori and Pasifika students through supportive leadership, partnership and mentoring.

Objectives

  •  Build rapport with staff, students and community
  •  Deliver key messages to targeted students
  •  Set up and facilitate Hauora Hub for Maori and Pasifika students
  •  Refer at risk students to the appropriate help available in the community
  •  Find needs within the Maori and Pasifika groups (music, cultural, leadership, mentoring, kapa haka, sports)  and assist/develop using programme resources
  •  Celebrate cultural and school identity using health promotional, performing arts and educational summits, events and wananga

Key Messages

Primary and Intermediates

  • Every child deserves a HOME – Where they feel safe, warm and loved
  • Everyone needs HELP – When things don’t work or whenever you’re feeling unsafe/in danger
  • Everyone needs HOPE – Be Kind, share and care for others

High Schools – addressing and celebrating the following

  • Home - Celebrating cultural and community identity
  • Homelessness - Addressing Identity issues, sense of belonging, sexuality
  • Help - Connecting rangatahi with help, Normalising speaking out about personal struggles

Helplessness            

Addressing;

  • Sexual abuse
  • Relationship breakdowns
  • Family issues
  • Poverty
  • Racism
  • Misogony
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Sexual identity

Hope                       

  • Celebrating cultural and community identity
  • Celebrating kindness
  • Celebrating leadership                  

Hopelessness           

  • Isolation,
  • disconnected,
  • self-worth,
  • belief,
  • honesty

If you are intersted in this for your school, please send us your contact details below.

AEIOU

AEIOU provides a brief training session to answer the hard questions asked when one of our loved ones, extended whanau or a community members is at risk of suicide.

How would you know if someone is at risk?

Are they safe?

Whats going on?

Can I help?

Who else can help?

Intervention begins when we know someone is thinking about suicide.

Traininga are easy to book, send us you details below and one of kaimahi will be in contact with you.

#weare

This a vehicle we use to promte positive mental health initiatives in and around Waitaha. 

 #weare can accompany any postive message e.g

#weareAEIOU

#weareSUICIDEPREVENTION

We would love to hear from you

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