Our strategic direction reflects the broadening of our services and deeper commitment to whānau and community. This direction is based on the three Pou of ‘Māori succeeding as Māori’, ‘thriving Pacific peoples’, and that ‘lived experience and diversity are privileged’.
Achieving our first strategic outcome of healthy whānau, would see our mahi reflected in communities who are experiencing positive mental wellbeing. We would also like to see whānau connected to their whakapapa, and setting goals for their wellbeing.
To achieve greater equity, it is vital that whānau choose the services they wish to access when and where they want. People who are experiencing issues should have the opportunity to participate equally.
Our strategy aims to see whānau participate in leadership and development opportunities and become engaged in activities that improve their health and wellbeing.