Piki on track to help thousands of young people across the region ahead of Hutt Valley launch The Government’s free youth mental health pilot, Piki, is on track to help an estimated 10,000 young people with mild to moderate mental health and substance use challenges across the Wellington, Hutt and Wairarapa areas over the next…
We want Kiwis to know that colds and flu can’t be fixed with antibiotics, because the job of antibiotics is to fight infections, and colds and flu are caused by viruses.
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Our team of dietitians and exercise specialists helps people achieve positive health by providing advice, ongoing support, and encouragement around nutrition, physical activity, and other healthy lifestyle changes.
Where can I access food? Lower Hutt Foodbank Phone: 04-568-7392 Address: 27B Dudley Street, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt 5010, Wellington Te Awakairangi Health Network Phone: 04 566 5320 Address: 330 Hight street, Lower Hutt Cnr Mertle and Laings rd, Lower Hutt What do I need? First visit: no evidence of need required Second Visit: WINZ letter required 4th –…
Growing Fruit and Vegetables Click here for Fruit and Vegetable Co-op Signup Sheets Grow Your Own Fruit and Veges
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Grow Your Own Fruit and Veges Accessing Food in the Hutt Valley Where can I access food? Lower Hutt Foodbank Phone: 04-568-7392 Address: 27B Dudley Street, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt 5010, Wellington Te Awakairangi Health Network Phone: 04 566 5320 Address: 330 Hight street, Lower Hutt Cnr Mertle and Laings rd, Lower Hutt What do…
Getting Active What’s on in my area: Tips and tricks on how to get active: The key messages that all children should aim for to grow well and live a healthy lifestyle. This resource was developed by Te Awakairangi Health Network to help nurses talk to whanau about their lifestyle
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