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Nau mai, haere mai ki te pae tukutuku o Te Röpü Waipiro, Whakapöauau o Aotearoa (ADANZ).
Ko tä mätou i konei, he whakatakoto i ëtahi möhiohio pono e pä ana ki te waipiro me ngä momo whakapöauau o ënei wä.
Kua oti i a mätou tëtahi waea äwhina te whakarite, hei tautoko i a koe, i tö whänau me ö hoa inä raru ana koe, a koutou ränei i ënei kai, arä, te waipiro, me ngä momo whakapöauau.
Ko tä mätou hoki, he arataki i ngä röpü ki ngä mahi pono e pä ana ki te waipiro me ngä whakapöauau. Waihoki, kei te tautoko mätou i te tangata kotahi me te iwi whänui kia tika ai te köwhiringa oranga mö tënä, mö tënä.
Käore kau hoki he raru ki a mätou, mena he pätai äu mö tö mätou röpü me ä mätou nei mahi puta noa i Aotearoa.
If you have any issues or concerns about your own, or someone else’s, alcohol or drug taking, the Alcohol Drug Helpline offers free confidential information, help and support to peoples of all cultures in New Zealand.
We recognise the unique place and needs of tangata whenua and are working with our kaumatua and cultural advisers to improve the range and quality of services we offer to Mãori in ways that reﬂ ect the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi. We are committed to providing a culturally affirming service, utilising resources available specifically for Mãori, and referring callers to kaupapa Mãori treatment services when requested.
Kaupapa Mãori is a frame of mind and way of working that is built on a Mãori world-view. Kaupapa Mãori treatment is concerned with whãnau ora, not just symptom relief or management. It recognises that culture and cultural experiences are crucial to the development and maintenance of good health, and brings together the elements of wairua (spiritual), hinengaro (mental and emotional), whãnau (family) and tinana (physical). Ideally kaupapa Mãori services are developed, delivered and evaluated by Mãori, supported
by kaumãtua and mandated by manawhenua/iwi kainga. Treatment is provided in a range of settings and in ways that acknowledge and respond to the variety of experiences of contemporary Mãori. The Helpline has a comprehensive list of kaupapa Mãori services available in Aotearoa.