Health Hub

The Community Centre came out of the need for accessible health care for Victory residents and has been a vital part of the centre. Contact us to make an appointment or find out more.

Community Nurse

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

Sabien trained as an occupational therapist and has worked in the mental health and addictions fields well as in pediatrics for many years. Her passion is working alongside tangata whaiora to reach their goals to live a meaningful and productive life.  She is available at Victory Community Centre to answer questions, provide education, and offer 1:1 support for people struggling with alcohol and/or cannabis. If a person's needs are more complex, Sabien is able to refer them to other AOD services in the area.

Please feel free to contact Sabien with any questions or concerns regarding alcohol or other drugs.


We have five counsellors who volunteer their time to Victory Community Centre.

To see them please call Victory Community Center Nurse, Steph on 03 546 8389.  In a confidential manner, Steph will ask some questions about your situation and see if we are able to help you.

All enquiries for health care and counselling are confidential and your information is not shared with other people without your permission.


A Plunket Nurse is available here at the Victory Community Centre, Every second Friday 9am - 2pm.