The NMO Network

The NMO Network is made up of long standing and experienced deliverers of health and social services who operate autonomously to primarily high need, vulnerable whānau in their respective hapori.

Te Rūnanga
o Ngāi Tamawhariua


“Me mahi tahi tatou mo te oranga katoa”

We must work together for the wellbeing of all

By ensuring that whānau and all individuals, parents and caregivers are better able to manage their personal affairs thereby leading to overall improved interaction and confidence to determine their own destinies.


Provide a culturally SAFE & SUPPORTIVE service for tangata whaiora and their whānau.  Strengthening their mana, independence & resilience to become autonomous in their own wellbeing.


We intend to achieve this through practising Tūāpapa (an indigenous system of care).

PONO – Truth,  honesty,  genuine, sincere and real

TIKA – Right, correct, just, fair, accurate and appropriate

AROHA – Love, manaakitanga, whanaungatanga, affection, caring, compassion, empathy, kindness, sympathy and joy

Phone 111

Providing mental health needs assessments for individuals, whānau, and rangatahi. Advocacy on behalf of individuals and whānau.

The process includes Te Wairua,Te Hinengaro, Te Tinana and Te Whānau – Child/home based support.

111 Main Road, Katikati 3129

p. 07 549 0760
f. 07 549 0760

Pirirākau Hauora
Charitable Trust


Tikina he wai i Te Huhunu kia rongo ai au i te reka o te wai
Fetch me the waters of Te Huhunu so that I may taste its sweetness


Ruia te kākano kia puāwai ai tātou
Sowing the seed of unity so that we flourish together

Phone 111

Pirirākau Hauora offers the services of a fully equipped medical clinic.

Their doctors are available during the week. They provide clinics Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm

3 Lochhead Road Te Puna, Tauranga &
Te Ōturu 4 Paparoa Road, Te Puna, Tauranga

3 Lochhead Road, RD6 Te Puna, Tauranga 3176

p. 07 552 4573
f. 07 552 4572

Te Puna Hauora
Ki Uta Ki Tai


  • Whānau Ora
  • Self determination
  • Partnering with whānau
  • Independence
  • Whānau outcomes
  • Whānau wellbeing

As a Kaupapa Māori service, we are sheltered by the cultural values of our tīpuna, which are the foundation for our Vision and Mission statements.

When people come into our Kaupapa Māori services, they become as whānau, therefore we are all working together in partnership in a whanaungatanga way.


Utilising the concept of ‘Whanaungatanga’ the bringing together of ones whānau and resources, for the well-being of pakeke, rangatahi and tamariki. This aims to ensure whānau are leading in partnership and inclusion in assessment, treatment and discharge planning.


Neke ki Uta, Neke ki Tai, E Kore te ngākau e mimiti.
By the seas ebbs and flows, one shall not run dry, go forward be fulfilled and be proud.

Phone 111

Te Puna Hauora ki Uta ki Tai Kaupapa Māori Hauora Hinengaro is a charitable trust governed by a Board of Trustees. The organisation provides a range of community mental health services within the Western Bay of Plenty. The services are located in central Tauranga and include clinical, cultural and social support for whānau. We of Te Puna Hauora Ki Uta Ki Tai are here to give hope to those seeking wellness.

Our Hauora Trust is made up of a dedicated team of experienced and qualified health professionals including registered mental health nurses, social workers, counsellors and whānau therapists. We are able to access health services in the hospital and throughout the community.

Cnr 15th Avenue and Fraser Street, Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

PO Box 9039, Greerton, Tauranga 3142

p. 07 571 8024
f. 07 571 8027

Please note that we will be closing 22nd December and reopening on 4th January 2023.

Te Manu Toroa Trust


Kia tū pakari, tū maia hei pou tokomanawa mō te iwi.
Māori in Western Bay of Plenty are healthy, confident, empowered and contributing to their communities


Kia whakarite ai he kaupapa oranga mō ngā iwi o Te Hauāuru
To provide comprehensive and integrated health care for Māori in the Western Bay of Plenty

Phone 111

We are whānau centred health provider established in 1997 to provide a Kaupapa Model of Health Care that linked and integrated services to Māori in the Tauranga and Te Puke areas, known as the Western Bay of Plenty.

Results from a feasibility study highlighted alarming health statistics of Māori living in the rohe. The first priority was to establish GP Clinics. Key drivers were accessibility, affordability, services that were culturally appropriate and available in a culturally appropriate setting. GP surgeries are strategically placed throughout the rohe so that Māori have ease of access. The consultation fees are low and partnerships with Pharmacies allowing us to reduce prescription costs.

Unit 1, 11 Tebbs Lane, Gate Pā, Tauranga

PO Box 70173, Greerton 3142

p. 07 571 2026
f. 07 571 2027

Waitaha Hauora Charitable Trust

Waitaha Hauora is a Charitable Trust and is focussed on the re-establishment of Marae and Community-based services in the Te Puke District.  As a Kaupapa Māori Community Services Provider, it provides a range of health, education, welfare and whānau initiatives that cater to the well-being of all whānau and individuals and in particular the iwi of Waitaha. 

Waitaha Hauora Charitable Trust has two sites with the Head Office and Community-based facility located in central Te Puke and the Whare Hauora situated at Hei Marae on Mangoeka Road.  Waitaha Hauora has been mandated by the Marae Trustees to coordinate all health, social and wellbeing services delivered out of Hei Marae.

Phone 111

Head Office + Community Based Facility

54 Jellicoe Street , Te Puke

Whare Hauora – Marae Based Clinic

Manoeka Road, Te Puke 3119