Supporting whānau whakapuāwai
Supporting people to flourish
Guided by our kaupapa Māori framework Tāiki and the five principles of Housing First, we walk alongside whānau so they can access appropriate housing and wrap-around services. People experiencing homelessness can face complex challenges, including mental health, substance use, disconnection to whānau and whenua, and trauma. To whakapuāwai (flourish), whānau must first have a home.
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Ending homelessness in Tāmaki Makaurau
Working together so that everyone has a place to call ‘home’.
Maiea, Tāiki E!
Working collectively to develop and deliver a Māori-led strategy
Ensuring whanāu whakapuāwai is at the heart of everything we do!
Housing First Auckland Collective Results
Making a difference - Check out our recent results
Discover the origin, impact and future focus of Housing First Auckland
Read the full report
What whānau told us…
Understanding what whānau need to flourish
Providing backbone support to the Collective
View the work of the Backbone
Working with Landlords Guide
Helping achieve positive and sustained tenancies
Auckland’s Homeless Count
Measuring housing need in Tāmaki Makaurau - View the 2017 Auckland Homeless Count Report
Bringing you the latest news and views - Check out our blog posts, other articles and publications
We are a collective of five non-government organisations our Housing First providers are Auckland City Mission, Lifewise, LinkPeople, and Visionwest with backbone support provided by the Wise Group. Working together strengthens our ability to walk alongside whānau to sustain their tenancies and reach their goals.