Te Puke Medical Centre
Te Puke Medical Centre is a modern purpose built premises which has a treatment room for accident and emergencies.
Turning Point Recovery Services
Turning Point Trust is based at the Historic Village on 17th Avenue, Tauranga. Our environment is quirky and peaceful, linked to a vibrant and diverse array of social services, commercial tenants and boutique merchants. Time spent at Turning Point supports recovery in a connected and inclusive community environment.
Sage Career Support
At Sage, our aim is to work with whanau whaiora to reach their potential, whatever that may be. Sage is not just here to get people into work, we recognise that the most important part for people is having confidence to make a meaningful decision.
Junction Peer Support & Advocacy
By and for people with mental health and/or addiction issues. Junction is the amalgamation of Turning Point's drop in centre and the Consumer Action Network Trust services. Together the services have been re-created as Junction, based in stand alone premises at 28 Carlisle Street, Greerton, Tauranga.
Hauora a Toi Bay of Plenty, Community Mental Health
Tauranga and Whakatāne Adult Community Mental Health Service provides community or outpatient mental health and assessment and treatment services within the community to people between the ages 18 to 65 years old. These are specialist services for individuals with severe and complex mental health needs.
Poutiri Wellness Centre
Poutiri is a holistic Wellness Centre to make health, employment and wellness services more affordable and accessible for whānau.
Tauranga Community Housing Trust
Tauranga Community Housing Trust is a charitable trust and a registered Community Housing provider. The wellbeing of individuals, families and our community is enhanced through the provision of quality, appropriate and affordable housing.
The Bay Of Plenty Consumer, Peer Support, Lived Experience Workforce Forum was created in 2022 It was created with the hope that the local peer workforce also known as the consumer, peer support and lived experience workforce could awhi each other, strengthen connections and create opportunities to develop, without bias or discrimination.