The Matatini Service is a residential sub-acute facility. It is for tangata whaiora with high sub-acute needs. The facility has four beds. It is a 24 hour service. The referrals to this service come directly from the Crisis Mental Health Team and the Acute Inpatient Units based at the Wellington Hospital. Note: The above services can be access through our contact details on our website.
Te Arai is an early intervention service set up to provide mobile support to people with mild to moderate mental health problems. The aim of the service is to support people with their social needs in order to improve their mental wellbeing. This is a non-clinical service that works in conjunction with clinical services.
The Navigation Service is a team of Navigators that are available to motivate and empower people to achieve their dreams and aspirations. A Navigator will work with the client and their Whanau to assist the client to access the services and supports to achieve their dreams and aspirations. A key aspect of the service is the development and implementation of a personalized plan. The plan belongs to the client with the goals identified in order to achieve their aspirations. The Navigator will work with the client to identify and access the appropriate services to assist in achieving the client’s goals pertaining to the plan.
The Home Based Service is for a client that requires support with their house hold needs and personal care needs. A client will be assigned to a Home Base Worker who will work with the client to enable them to manage better their household needs and personal needs. The service is aimed at empowering the client to look after themselves within their own home environment. The Home Base Worker will support the client to achieve key tasks such as meal planning and preparation, shopping, cleaning, washing; and medication management, personal cares such as hygiene and dressing.