Mahana is a southern service providing counselling and support to individuals and whānau experiencing mild to moderate addictions and coexisting mental health issues.
In addition to counselling, Mahana facilitates a range of cultural wellbeing initiatives, delivered as experiential learning activities that
focus on building cultural resilience, connections and inclusion.
In addition to mobile service options, we extend services Monday to Friday, Level 4, 333 Princes Street, Dunedin, and Level 2, 92 Spey
Street, Invercargill, 8.30am-4.30pm.
Mahana is a caring, Māori service supported by a Kāhui Kaumatua, ensuring the safe delivery of services to tangata whaiora and whānau impacted by drug and alcohol use.
Referrals: email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 0800 925 242, or self refer by presenting at one of our offices.
- One-on-one counselling support
- Peer support group
- Cultural wellbeing activities - site/community based
- Creative arts
- Wananga-based interventions
- Pou Whirinaki cultural advisor support
- Mobile service options