Press Release – Te Puni Kokiri
Whānau Ora Providers Shows Widening Enthusiasm for Whānau-Centered Services The Whānau Ora Governance Group today announced 25 provider collectives / stand alone providers selected to develop and deliver whānau-centred services to families around …Whānau Ora Providers Shows Widening Enthusiasm for Whānau-Centered Services
The Whānau Ora Governance Group today announced 25 provider collectives / stand alone providers selected to develop and deliver whānau-centred services to families around the country.
Governance Group Chairman Rob Cooper said the Expressions of Interest received from providers had been innovative and overwhelming. Providers proposals transform existing services to become integrated and whānau-driven. There were 130 proposals submitted involving 350 providers from around the country.
“Nearly 40% of all the Expressions of Interest were submitted on behalf of provider collectives – several with a national focus; many with support from iwi and hapū within their region; and a number of collective proposals from iwi-led collectives.”
“Expressions of Interest were also received from Pacific organisations, refugee/migrant focused providers, specialised social service providers and disability providers, reflecting the widening enthusiasm across diverse communities for whānau-centred practice,” he said.
Mr Cooper said the selected 25 provider collectives/stand alone providers representing 158 provider organisations had emerged from a process which involved funder checks, eligibility assessments and assessment from relevant Regional Leadership Groups. I want to thank the Regional Leadership Groups for the extremely valuable contribution they made to the selection of these organisations; with the majority of their recommendations agreed to by the Governance Group.
Final decisions by the Governance Group reflect: readiness to provide services; scale of operation; scope of service provision with a preference for providers or collectives able to offer a comprehensive range of services; and quality of proposal including history of service delivery, outcomes to be achieved, and the quality of relationships within a collective.
When considering submissions, Mr Cooper said the Whānau Ora Governance Group took account of larger scale collectives of providers, “with an expectation that these would provide whānau-centred service delivery coverage for more significant numbers of people.”
The following providers will move through to the next stage of developing detailed Programmes of Action to prepare themselves to develop and deliver whānau-centred services:
TE TAITOKERAU (NORTHLAND)
– Te Tai Tokerau Whānau Ora Collective
– Te Hau Āwhiowhio o Ōtangarei
– Te Pū o Te Wheke TĀMAKI MAKAURAU (AUCKLAND)
– Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Māori Trust Board
– Kotahitanga Roopū
– National Urban Māori Authority (NUMA)
– Pacific Island Safety & Prevention Project
– Alliance Health & PHO
– Waikato -Tainui Te Ope Koiora Koiora Collective
TE MOANA Ā TOI (BAY OF PLENTY)
– Te Ao Hou Whānau Ora Network
– Ngā Mātaapuna Oranga PHO
TE ARAWA (ROTORUA)
– Te Arawa Collective & Tipu Ora Charitable Trust
TE TAIRĀWHITI (EAST COAST)
– Te Whare Maire o Tapuwae
– Tairāwhiti Collective
TAKITIMU (HAWKE’S BAY)
– Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga
– Hawke’s Bay Hauora Collective TE TAI HAUĀURU (WHANGANUI)
– Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority PHO
– Tui Ora Ltd and Tu Tama Wahine
TE WHANGANUI-Ā-TARA (WELLINGTON)
– Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira Inc
– Hā O Te Ora O Wharekauri Trust
– Pacific Health Service & Taeaomanino Trust
– Tākiri Mai Te Ata & Te Rūnanganui o Taranaki Whānui
TE WAIPOUNAMU (SOUTH IS.)
– Pacific Trust Canterbury
– He Waka Kotuia o Araiteuru
– He Oranga Pounamu
Each provider’s POA will address infrastructure needs; workforce training and development needs; a process for integrating contracts; the development of an outcomes framework and an agreed action research, evaluation and monitoring plan.
Mr Cooper said a number of the providers identified within the collectives were very small in scale and scope; and the networks of service delivery across the collectives will take time to develop.
“The Programmes of Action will take this variation into account, overall however the 25 providers/collectives have emerged where there is clear need, high levels of aspiration and distinctive populations of interest.”
He added that some locations still need to build provider relationships including: Kaipara; Hauraki; South Waikato; Taupō/Tūrangi; Palmerston North; Wairarapa; Levin/Kapiti Coast; and Invercargill.
“Development work with potential providers in these areas to build collectives will begin in 2011.”
Media Note: Attached is a full list of provider collective/providers detailing member organisations that make up a collective in each region.
For more information go to: www.tpk.govt.nz/en/in-focus/whanau-ora/.
WHĀNAU ORA PROVIDER COLLECTIVES/ PROVIDERS 2010
TAI TOKERAU (NORTHLAND)
1. Te Tai Tokerau Whānau Ora Collective
Whakawhiti Ora Pai; Te Hauora O Te Hiku O Te Ika; Te Rūnanga O Te Rarawa; Ngāti Hine Health Trust; Kia Ora Ngātiwai
2. Te Hau Āwhiowhio o Otangarei
Ōtangarei Trust; Te Puawaitanga o Ōtangarei Healthcare Inc; One Double Five Whare Roopū Community House Trust; CAPS Northland Inc, (Jigsaw North); Northland TV Charitable Trust (Channel North); Ringa Atawhai.
3. Te Pu o Te Wheke
Te Rūnanga A Iwi O Ngāpuhi; Te Kotahitanga E Mahi Kaha Trust; Hauora Hokianga Health Trust
Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services; Te Hau Ora O Kaikohe Charitable Trust; Whangaroa Health Services Trust; Te Rūnanga o Whaingaroa.
TAMAKI MAKAURAU (AUCKLAND)
1. Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Māori Trust Board
Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Corporate Ltd; Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Health Services; Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Social Services; Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Marae Committee; Ōrākei Marae Social and Health Services.
2. Kōtahitanga Roopū
Turuki Health Care Trust; Te Kaha O Te Rangatahi Trust; Huakina Development Trust; Papakura Marae Trust.
3. National Urban Māori Authority (NUMA)
Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust; Manukau Urban Māori Authority; National Urban Māori Authority; Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa.
4. Pacific Island Safety and Prevention Project
5. Alliance Health PHO
Te Pasefika Health Trust; Tongan Health Society; Auckpac Health Trust Board; Health Star Pacific Trust; Penina Health Trust.
1. Waikato-Tainui, Te Ope Koiora Collective
Hauora Waikato Māori Mental Health; Ideal Success Charitable Trust; JTP Consultants Ltd (Te Kotahitanga); Ngā Miro Health Trust; Raukura Hauora O Tainui Trust; Raukura Waikato Social Services; Solomon Group Education and Training Academy; Waahi Whānui Trust.
TE MOANA Ā TOI
1. Ngā Mataapuna Oranga Primary Health Organisation
Kimiora Primary Health Care Services; Ngāi Tamawhairua Rūnanga Inc.; Pirirakau Hauora; Te Manu Toroa; Te Puna Ki Uta Ki Tai; Tūhoe Hauora; Waitaha Hauoranga Trust; Whaioranga Trust.
2. Te Ao Hou Whānau Ora Network
Te Ao Hou Trust; Toiora Health Centre; Ngāi Tai Iwi Authority; Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board; Whakaatu Whanaunga Trust; Tūhoe Mātauranga Trust (Te Kaokao o Takapua); Waimana Tāneatua Ruatoki Trust; Waikirikiri Marae Trust.
TE ARAWA (ROTORUA)
1. Tipu Ora Charitable Trust and Te Arawa Collective
Korowai Aroha Trust; Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Pikao Trust; Te Utuhina Manaakitanga Trust; Te Kāhui Hauora Trust; Te Waiariki Purea Trust; Te Papa Tākaro a Te Arawa Trust; Te Roopā a Iwi O Te Arawa Charitable Trust; Aroha Mai Cancer Support Group Trust; Te Whare Hauora o Ngongotahā Trust; Tipu Ora Charitable Trust.
TAIRĀWHITI (EAST COAST)
1. Te Whare Maire o Tapuwae
Kahungunu Executive ki Te Wairoa Charitable Trust; Ngāti Pahauwera Inc,; Ngā Kaitiaki Hauora o Waikaremoana; Rongomaiwahine Iwi Trust Inc.; Wairoa Waikaremoana Māori Trust Board.
2. Tairāwhiti Collective
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Porou; Ngāti Porou Hauora; Te Aitanga a Hauiti Hauora; Tūranga Health; Te Rūnanga o Tūranganui a Kiwa; Te Rūnanga o Te Whānau.
TAKITIMU (HAWKES BAY)
1. Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga
2. Hawkes Bay Hauora Collective
Te Kupenga Hauora – Ahuriri; Te Roopū Huihuinga Hauora; Central Health Ltd.
TE TAI HAUAURU (WHANGANUI/TARANAKI)
1. Tui Ora Ltd & Tu Tama Wahine
Piki Te Ora Nursing Services Ltd.; Te Hauora Pou Heretaunga; Te Rau Pani; Te Aroha Medcare Ltd; Manaaki Oranga Ltd; Tihi Ltd; Te Ihi Rangi Trust; Te Whare Puāwai o Te Tangata Trust; Raumano Health Trust; Karangaroa Inc Taranaki; Toiora Healthy Lifestyles Ltd; Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki.
2. Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority Primary Health Organisation
TE WHANGANUI A TARA (WELLINGTON)
1. Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira Inc
Oratoa PHO; Oratoa Medical Centres; Oratoa Health Unit; Oratoa Dental Service; Rangataua Mauriora; Oratoa Residential Disability Service.
2. Hā O Te Ora O Wharekauri Trust
3. Pacific Health Service Wellington & Teaomanino Trust
4. Tākiri Mai Te Ata & Te Rūnanganui o Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Inc.
Kōkiri Marae Health &Social Services; Mana Wahine; Nāku Ēnei Tamariki Inc (Māori Section); Tū Kotahi Māori Asthma Trust; Wainuiomata Marae; Whai Oranga o te Iwi Health Centre; Te Awakairangi (Hutt Valley) Provider Collective; Te Rūnanganui o Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Inc.
TE WAIPOUNAMU (SOUTH ISLAND)
1. Pacific Trust Canterbury
2. He Waka Kotuia o Araiteuru
Te Roopū Tautoko ki Te Tonga; Te Hou Ora Whānau Services; Tumai Ora Whānau Services; Tokomairiro Waiora Inc.; Kai Tahu ki Otago; Arai Te Uru Whare Hauora Ltd; ADA 2007 Ltd.
3. He Oranga Pounamu
Ali’s Home Help; Arowhenua Whānau Services; He Waka Tapu; Hokonui Rūnanga Health & Social Services Trust; Kai Tahu ki Otago Trust; Maataa Waka Ki Te Tau Ihu Trust; Ōtautahi Social Services; Positive Directions Trust; Purapura Whetu; Rata Te Awhina Trust; Te Awa O Te Ora Trust; Te Amo Health; Te Arawa Waka ki Otautahi Inc.; Te Mana Mauri Motuhake Kotahi Trust; Te Ora Hou Otautahi; Te Puna Oranga; Te Puna Whaihua; Te Rapana Trust; Te Rūnanga o Ngā Maata Waka Inc.; Te Tai O Marokura Health & Social Services; Te Whānau o Hokonui Marae Inc.; Te Puawaitanga Ki Otautahi Trust; Tokomairiro Waiora Inc.; Whakatū Te Korowai Manaakitanga Trust; Whānau Tautoko Charitable Trust; Waihopai Rūnanga; Uruuruwhenua Health; He Oranga Pounamu.