Events

  • FREE EVENT
    19
    Mar
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    20
    Mar
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where Tangata Whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other members of the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    25
    Mar
    Te pa Tuwatawata is non-mandated self management group that focuses on violence prevention supporting the tane in the whānau environment.
  • FREE EVENT
    02
    Apr
    Our hauora asssessment program is designed to support you in your wellbeing journey, by offering a free sit-down with a health professional, this will give you a basic overview of your current condition which is an intergral part of your journey.  Based at Tinana Community Gym, our Hauora Nurse will be on site twice a month, to answer any pātai or organise a check up. 
  • FREE EVENT
    08
    Apr
    Our smoking cessation programme is for anyone who has considered giving up smoking or is currently on their journey and needs extra support, our smoking cessation kaimahi will be on site at Tinana Community Gym on the second Tuesday of every month.
  • FREE EVENT
    16
    Apr
    Our hauora asssessment program is designed to support you in your wellbeing journey, by offering a free sit-down with a health professional, this will give you a basic overview of your current condition which is an intergral part of your journey.  Based at Tinana Community Gym, our Hauora Nurse will be on site twice a month, to answer any pātai or organise a check up. 
  • FREE EVENT
    17
    Apr
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    18
    Apr
    The Brotherhood supports tāne so they can participate meaningfully in their community. Tāne can feel pride in their appearance, and have resources to attend courses, training, and job interviews, thanks to your donations. It also demonstrates to tāne that there is a community that cares about them and wants them to succeed. This is empowering. Kindness prevents prejudice, and provides a platform for people to learn about others.
  • FREE EVENT
    24
    Apr
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where Tangata Whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other members of the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    30
    Apr
    Our hauora asssessment program is designed to support you in your wellbeing journey, by offering a free sit-down with a health professional, this will give you a basic overview of your current condition which is an intergral part of your journey.  Based at Tinana Community Gym, our Hauora Nurse will be on site twice a month, to answer any pātai or organise a check up. 
  • FREE EVENT
    01
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    01
    May
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where Tangata Whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other members of the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    08
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    08
    May
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where Tangata Whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other members of the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    13
    May
    Our smoking cessation programme is for anyone who has considered giving up smoking or is currently on their journey and needs extra support, our smoking cessation kaimahi will be on site at Tinana Community Gym on the second Tuesday of every month.
  • FREE EVENT
    14
    May
    Our hauora asssessment program is designed to support you in your wellbeing journey, by offering a free sit-down with a health professional, this will give you a basic overview of your current condition which is an intergral part of your journey.  Based at Tinana Community Gym, our Hauora Nurse will be on site twice a month, to answer any pātai or organise a check up. 
  • FREE EVENT
    15
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    15
    May
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    15
    May
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where Tangata Whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other members of the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    16
    May
    The Brotherhood supports tāne so they can participate meaningfully in their community. Tāne can feel pride in their appearance, and have resources to attend courses, training, and job interviews, thanks to your donations. It also demonstrates to tāne that there is a community that cares about them and wants them to succeed. This is empowering. Kindness prevents prejudice, and provides a platform for people to learn about others.
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