Migrant and Refugee Services
A list of cultural or language appropriate health and social services that may be useful for CALD migrant and refugee clients / patients from Asian, Middle Eastern and African backgrounds.
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to source and ensure that the information provided on this section is correct at the date of posting on the website. Waitemata DHB and the site editors do not accept any responsibility for information which is incorrect or out of date. If you find any information that you believe may be inaccurate, please email to eCALD Admin.
- The following list is in alphabetical order.
- You can search services by DHB region (eg Auckland Central, Waitemata, Lakes). You can find the DHB region location boundaries here.
- You can also search service by keyword (eg children, older people, Asian, Middle Eastern, family violence, mental health etc).
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NZ Red Cross - Refugee Services, the primary provider of community refugee resettlement programmes in New Zealand, offers the Pathways to Settlement programme which helps introduce families to their new home, and to make their transition to life in New Zealand as smooth as possible.
ARPHS Refugee Health Service provides a medical screening and referral service for quota refugees on arrival at the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre (MRRC); as well as for asylum seekers detained at the Centre.
Refugees as Survivors (RAS) provide group activities and information to Afghani senior men to promote health and wellbeing to reduce social isolation.
The Mangere Clinical Team is contracted by the Ministry of Health to assess the mental health and wellbeing of all refugees entering New Zealand.
The RASNZ Refugee Mobile Team is contracted to provide mental health support to people from refugee backgrounds resettled in the greater Auckland region.
Auckland District Health Board Starship Community
The Starship Community Child Development Service for Asian, refugee and migrant groups provides community health worker positions within the service. The objective of the service is to increase access to child disability services for groups from Asian, refugee and migrant backgrounds.
UMMA Trust provides a place to gain support and resources for refugee, migrant and Muslim families.