Well Homes

Contact person: Cheryl Davies
Phone: (04) 939 4629
Address: Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes Street, Seaview Lower Hutt
Open: Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5:00pm

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Ngā Whakamārama- Service Description

Well Homes is tasked with reducing household crowding for whanau at risk of rheumatic fever in the Wellington region.  Collectively 850 Wellington families and whanau will be worked with over the next 2 years.

Well Homes is a pathway for nurses, doctors, social workers and community health workers to refer a family or whanau, who may be experiencing housing problems, for support.  

Here is a link to the Regional Public Health website for more information. http://www.rph.org.nz/content/57ba28fd-f5ee-4a39-9887-cf9cd8dbd47e.html

Mā wai te ratonga nei? Who can access this service?

Although eligibility for the service is open to everyone, including private homes owners, and private and social housing rentals, the Well Homes service is focused on families and whanau at risk of rheumatic fever.

Whanau who do not fall within the Well Homes eligibility criteria will be referred on to other suitable alternative housing programmes including: Warm Fuzzies Wellington, the Regional Public Health Housing Assessment and Advice Service and Eco Design Advisors.

Whakapā mai- Who do I contact for more information

To find out if you are eligible for Well Homes or other housing services contact;

Well Homes on 04 570 9002 or email wellhomes@huttvalleydhb.org.nz

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Well Homes

Well Homes Home

Contact person: Cheryl Davies
Phone: (04) 939 4629
Address: Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes Street, Seaview Lower Hutt
Open: Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5:00pm

Ngā Whakamārama- Service Description

Well Homes is tasked with reducing household crowding for whanau at risk of rheumatic fever in the Wellington region.  Collectively 850 Wellington families and whanau will be worked with over the next 2 years.

Well Homes is a pathway for nurses, doctors, social workers and community health workers to refer a family or whanau, who may be experiencing housing problems, for support.  

Here is a link to the Regional Public Health website for more information. http://www.rph.org.nz/content/57ba28fd-f5ee-4a39-9887-cf9cd8dbd47e.html

Mā wai te ratonga nei? Who can access this service?

Although eligibility for the service is open to everyone, including private homes owners, and private and social housing rentals, the Well Homes service is focused on families and whanau at risk of rheumatic fever.

Whanau who do not fall within the Well Homes eligibility criteria will be referred on to other suitable alternative housing programmes including: Warm Fuzzies Wellington, the Regional Public Health Housing Assessment and Advice Service and Eco Design Advisors.

Whakapā mai- Who do I contact for more information

To find out if you are eligible for Well Homes or other housing services contact;

Well Homes on 04 570 9002 or email wellhomes@huttvalleydhb.org.nz

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Phone 0508 KOKIRI - takirimaiteata@kokiri-hauora.org.nz

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