Improving Mental Health and Addiction

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Whakatōngia te aroha hai oranga mo te whānau,
Whakatōngia te kohara kia awe ai te iwi

Plant the seed of love so that the whānau will survive,
plant the seed of passion to give strength to iwi

Te Pāharakeke

The pāharakeke is synonymous to describing whānau within a metaphoric notion.  Using the pāharakeke as the logo for the Midland Groups, depicts that the person is at the centre and supported by the whānau surrounding them, and with the lens of continuous safety, growth and development.

The use of the word whānau is deliberate as it describes the person in the singular and incorporates the identified whānau as a collective.  By doing this it incorporates all people that are connected to the person and their individual or collective journey, therefore centering whānau as the smallest unit.

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Our Team Values

Manaakitanga (Integrity)

  •   Transparency
  •   Honesty
  •   Respect
  •   Trust
  •   Reliability
  •   Support

Kotahitanga (Oneness)

  •   Inclusive
  •   Relationships
  •   Partnerships
  •   Teamwork
  •   Sharing workloads
  •   Communication

Whakawhānaungatanga (Sharing)

  •   Aroha
  •   Supportive
  •   Acceptance
  •   Connections

Rangatiratanga (Leadership)

  •   Leadership
  •   Commitment
  •   Partnership
  •   Alignment

 

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Manaakitanga

  • Respect and treat people in an honest and transparent way
  • Provide reliable & consistent support

Kotahitanga

  • All partnerships and relationships are inclusive
  • Acknowledge, accept and stretch ourselves to understand and work with difference
  • Strive for thoughtful and considerate communication

Whakawhānaungatanga

  • Active and dynamic virtual connections are maximised
  • Relationships are nurtured internally and externally
  • Opportunities to maximise sharing of skills are undertaken
  • Creating collaborative environments

Rangatiratanga

  • Blue sky thinking
  • Understanding the strengths and opportunities for yourself and others
  • Create partnerships that improve our whānau’s journey
  • Foster open space thinking and talking
  • Committed accountability