Tiaki Whānau Tiaki Ora is a whānau based suicide prevention programme. During March it was successfully launched in Te Tai Tokerau; This May, it will expand into the Hawke’s Bay. Tiaki Whānau Tiaki Ora is
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The 100 Māori leaders website was launched by Te Rau Matatini in November 2017. This website brings together an eclectic mix of Māori leaders in health. The profiles shared on the site provide inspiration and real-life examples for other Māori wanting
On the 12th of April, Te Rau Matatini had the privilege of supporting and participating in the 20th celebrations of Te Rau Puawai. Te Rau Puawai is a Māori mental health workforce programme bas
At the University of Otago Global Indigenous Suicide Prevention Symposium on the 27th February 2018, Dr Kahu McClintock (Kaiwhakahaere Rangahau, Te Rau Matatini) made the im
In November, the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin will be releasing a special issue to coincide with Healing Our Spirit Worldwide – the Eighth Gathering. The Journal of Indigenous Wellbei
Early this year Dr Kahu McClintock (Pouwhakahaere Rangahau), Terry Huriwai (Kaiwhakahaere: Te Hau Mārire), and Rachel McClintock (kairangahau) of Te Rau Matatini were invited by Dr Masood Zangeneh and Dr David Danto from the University of Guelph-Humber t
From the 14th – 16th of February, Te Rau Matatini had the privilege of having our organisation noho at Parihaka. This noho was an opportunity for all staff to come together for whakawhanaungatanga, strategic planning, and to learn about the history of Parihaka.
From the 21st to the 23rd of February, Maria Baker (CEO, Te Rau Matatini), attended the 2nd National Indigenous Mental Health & Wellbeing Forum in Perth, Australia.