WELL BEING / SUPPORT INFORMATION
To contact the Healthline team call 0800 358 5453.
Any students who require counselling support during this time, please click the link below to go to our wellbeing page giving links to free services available.
From the Hawke's Bay DHB: A local triage number has now been set up to connect you with support if you are feeling distressed or anxious as a result of COVID-19. This could be because you have an employment issue, or you are feeling cut off from society due to self-isolation, or struggling to feed your family.
So if you or someone you know needs to speak to someone, call 0800 561322. This is a non-emergency number.
The triage line is open 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
Directions Youth Health Service are still available and delivering both health and wellbeing support, give them a call on 0800 967 742.
If you need any information relating to COVID-19, visit the Ministry of Health's website:
Hawke's Bay DHB Emergency Mental Health Services
0800 112 334
This service is free, 24 hours, 7 days a week crisis support for anyone of any age.
This service also has access to doctors on call, medicine, and emergency intake.
Other Contact Numbers
If you have concerns about the safety of a young person and there is immediate danger please contact the Police on 111. You can contact Oranga Tamariki on 0508 326 455.
The Ministry of Education has updated the well-being information on their website, please visit the link below for further information about mental wellbeing; supporting young people at home; manging self-isolation; accessing healthcare and other topics.
The link below is a facebook page working in partnership with Tihei Mauri Ora HB to support and inform our Hawkes Bay Māori and Pasifika Community with key messages during this COVID 19 period.
Tihei Mauri Ora Facebook Page
This link is to the facebook page for the Hawke's Bay Pacific voice for Tihei Mauri Ora, this page shares covid 19 messages and local stories.We also provide support for whanau.
Hawke's Bay Pasifika Community
Information Hub for Pasifika Parents and Families
Kia orana, Noa’ia, Talofa lava, Mauri, Mālō e lelei, Tālofa, Ni Sa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atua and Mālō ni, we’ve created an online info hub for Pasifika parents, families and communities to support learning during Alert Level 4. You can find the information hub here. There are helpful updates on how COVID-19 impacts education and links to learning resources including:
We’d encourage you to check the info hub page regularly – it is updated daily.
Kia Manawaroa: Information hub for whānau Māori
Kia Manawaroa is our dedicated channel for whānau Māori with tamariki and rangatahi in the education system. This pānui includes updates about changes and opportunities in the education system, positive stories of Māori achieving success as Māori, and advice for whānau supporting their tamariki and rangatahi through their unique learning journeys. In times of COVID-related change, Kia Manawaroa focuses on providing practical information to help whānau and is sent out as and when significant changes or announcements are made. Please share Kia Manawaroa with your networks and encourage them to subscribe:
If you have any questions or comments about Kia Manawaroa, please write to us at [email protected]
Kainga Pasifika Services
Kainga Pasifika COVID-19 Help Hub
50 Murphy Road, Taradale, Napier 4112
Phone +64 6 844 2159 Email [email protected]
Absence Email [email protected]
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