Steph comes with a huge amount of knowledge in community health care and is able to assist you with health assessments and accessing care as needed and assistance to access other health services.
From a sore tooth to a toe nail, Steph is able to assist through providing nursing care or navigating you to a health care service.
Please feel free to give us a call or drop into the centre and speak with Steph.
Alcohol and Drug Clinician
Are you searching for help with your drinking or smoking of cannabis?
Have you tried cutting down but have struggled to maintain this?
Do you want some practical strategies to cut down or stop drinking or smoking cannabis?
Sabien offers a non-judgemental service to guide you to reach your goals. She provides up
to 4 free sessions.
● At the first meeting, we will discuss your concerns or questions
● Together we can develop a plan which meets your needs and goals
● We can meet on a regular basis to review the plan and adjust it as needed
● We can discuss triggers, high risk situations, and barriers
● We can develop a relapse prevention plan
● Your family/whānau are encouraged to join the meetings
Sabien can also refer you to other supports in the community.
A Plunket Nurse is available here in the health Hub Tuesday's, Thursday's and Friday's. Whānau āwhina caring for families.
Sexual Health Clinic
Weekly clinics from Tuesday 16th June 11am - 2pm, here at the Victory Community Centre.
Confidential, Friendly appointments or Drop - In Service:
Advice, screening and contraception options. Know your sexual Health.
Contact : 03) 539 37 23 or Drop in to the Centre.
Acupunture Clinic - with Kelly Wells
Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine and a key component of traditional Chinese medicine in which thin needles are inserted into the body. Kelly also offers cupping - Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.
Community acupuncture is designed to make treatment affordable and accessible for all. Dress comfortably in loose fitting clothing so you can roll up your pants and sleeves.
Every Friday during School term 12:30pm - 4pm