Welcome to the services page for Te Hononga o Tāmaki me Hoturoa. We are proud to offer a wide range of healthcare services to meet the needs of our clients.

One of the services we offer is primary care for children in schools. Our team of medical professionals is dedicated to providing high-quality care to young students, ensuring that they have access to the medical attention they need.

In addition to primary care in schools, we also have a partnership with the prestigious Starship Hospital. This partnership allows us to provide specialized treatment options for clients who require more advanced medical care.

We also offer family visit services. Our team is available to visit families in their homes, providing support and guidance on a wide range of health-related topics. This allows us to provide personalized care and support to families in the comfort of their own homes.

Thank you for considering our organization for your healthcare needs. We look forward to serving you and your family.

Oranga ki Tua

We are a free home visiting service working alongside you.

Discover Oranga Ki Tua, a free home visiting service dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of individuals and Whānau/families. Our skilled team of experienced Registered Nurses offers personalized adult care, education on health risks and conditions, and guidance on navigating healthcare services. Together, we’ll work in partnership to set and achieve your health and well-being goals. Take the first step towards a healthier future – contact Oranga Ki Tua today for professional advice and care tailored to your needs.

Toi Tū

Empowering children, young people, and their families towards better health and well-being

Introducing Toi Tū Kids Service, a collaborative effort between Te Hononga o Tāmaki me Hoturoa and Starship Hospital General Paediatrics, focused on providing comprehensive health and social support for children (tamariki), young people (taitamariki), and their families (whānau) in a community-based setting. Our dedicated team offers expert child health advice and care, guidance through the health system, transportation and support for appointments, advocacy for family needs, and access to immunization and dental programs. Connect with Toi Tū Kids Service today for exceptional support in nurturing your child’s well-being.


Education can take a back foot when a teen becomes a parent. Teen Parent Units are schools for young mums and dads.

A teen parent unit, or TPU, is a ‘young parents school’ usually attached to a regular school. It is a centre that teen parents attend when they are having difficulty accessing education and may be at risk of educational failure because they are parents. This means it may be too difficult for them to attend a mainstream, or face-to-face school, because of their duties as a parent. 

In brief, a TPU is a school that teenagers attend to further their education if they cannot attend a mainstream school because of parental responsibilities. 

Mana Kidz

School-based healthcare for children in Otara, Māngere, Manurewa and Papakura communities

Introducing Mana Kidz, a transformative school-based healthcare program at Te Hononga, designed to provide comprehensive healthcare services for children in the Counties Manukau Health region. Launched in July 2012, our program now operates in 61 primary and intermediate schools across Otara, Māngere, Manurewa, and Papakura communities. Our dedicated team of registered nurses and whānau support workers collaborates with local providers to deliver essential healthcare services, including rheumatic fever prevention, skin infection treatment and management, and health assessments. With the support of National Hauora Coalition, Te Hononga o Tāmaki me Hoturoa’s Mana Kidz program ensures accessible and quality healthcare for our communities’ tamariki.

He oranga ngākau, he pikinga waiora | Positive feelings in your heart will raise your self worth

Whānau Resilience Support Services

Auckland DHB

At Te Hononga o Tāmaki me Hoturoa, we are committed to supporting the resilience of whānau in Auckland. Our “Whānau Resilience” service is designed to provide a holistic approach through a Māori lens to support whānau on their healing journey and improve their wellbeing in ways identified by the whānau. Our trained professionals provide safe and confidential wānanga spaces for whānau to share their distress, where they can link with their whakapapa using culturally relevant practices such as karakia, pūrākau, and mahi toi.


Kua tawhiti kē to haerenga mai, kia kore e haere tonu.
He nui rawa o mahi, kia kore e mahi tonu.

You have come too far not to go further, you have done too much not to do more.