Welcome To Huria Trust
Provider of kaupapa Māori health & social services, education and training

COVID-19 Pānui

He whārangi tēnei hei toha i ngā kōrero e pā ana ki te mate urutā a COVID-19. Here we will share updates and information on COVID-19 from the Government as well as links to local support services available in our community.  

Our Services

Tahia Te Marae

Hei awhi i te whānau

Nurse Led Clinic

Hei awhi i tō ake hauora

Whānau Ora

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Kaumātua

Hei awhi i te hunga kaumātua

Hei Tiki Pūmau

Hei awhi i te hunga wāhine e hapū ana

Rongoā Māori

Hei awhi, hei mirimiri i te katoa o te tangata

Disability Information Advocacy

Hei awhi i te hunga hauā

iMoko Support

Hei awhi i te hauora o ngā tamariki

Introducing

Tahia Te Marae New Marae Based Service Delivery

Tahia Te Marae (TTM) is a marae-based model of service delivery designed & developed by the Huria Trust staff & advisory team. Our aim is to work alongside whānau & hapū in pursuit of their dreams, goals and aspirations.

ABOUT US Ko Wai Mātou?

Huria Trust is a kaupapa Māori, hapū based organisation whose inception began with the re-build of our whare tīpuna (ancestral house) Tamateapōkaiwhenua at Huria Marae. We have maintained a kaitiaki role and intimate relationship with our Marae over the past 30 years.

Today, Huria Trust remains a kaupapa Māori, hapū centric organisation committed to the advancement of health, social, educational and cultural services to our hapū and the wider community.

Programmes & Services Oranga Marae

Huria Trust supports many programmes and services run through Huria Marae, from He Rourou Aroha (supporting homeless whānau) to Te Kooti Rangathi (Youth Court) and Huria Book Club with our tamariki of the hapori. This helps to ensure we maintain our connection to the marae across the road from our tari.

He Rourou Aroha

Te Kōti Rangatahi

Marae Visits

Huria Book Club

News & Notices Ngā Pānui

Our latest news, stories, and updates about Huria Trust, Huria Marae & our community.

He Rourou Aroha is back

He Rourou Aroha is back next Monday the 1st of February 2021. This will be our first sit down kai for the year then we have a slight change: We

Need a check up?

In partnership with WBOPPHO, Huria Trust hosts a fortnightly free Nurse Led Clinic held in the Whare Manaaki, Huria Trust. Our clinic is open to all! For future clinic dates,

Introducing Tahia Te Marae

We are seriously excited & committed to our latest project! Why? Because whānau are at the centre. Tahia Te Marae (TTM) is a marae-based model of service delivery designed &

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