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Rangahau – New/Old Knowledge and Insight Gathering

Whare Tukutuku has produced a number of reports on community patterns of practice.

Whare Tukutuku will continue to research and evaluate key areas relevant to alcohol and other drug workforce to ensure that the insights remain whānau-centred.

Whare Tukutuku use an approach that is well informed by kaimahi and whānau, and culturally appropriate. It is vital that collectively we broaden the understanding of whānau AOD care to continue to produce work that supports the whānau narrative.

For Māori, wellbeing from addiction is entrenched in cultural interventions which address wellbeing as a whole in a holistic way. The key to understanding the benefit of culturally focused AOD care is recognising what gives purpose and value to the relationship and the ability of helpers to engage with a person and their whānau in a meaningful culturally safe way.

Resources

Whare Tukutuku Publications

Patterns of Practice

Analysis of Māori Specific Alcohol and other Drug Health Messaging in Aotearoa

He Ara Waiora

Whakatupu ā Tātou Māramatanga

Kia Pai Ake

Te Wai Taramea

Te Aka Mātua


Existing Research

Māori Attitudes and Behaviours Towards Alcohol

Indigenous Insight

Te Iti Me Te Rahi

Achieving Equity in Health Outcomes

Alcohol and Other Drug Support

Ko tōku ara rā Aotearoa

He Puna Whakaata II

Manaaki

Kaupapa Māori Mental Health
and Addiction Services

Takitaki Mai

P**d Off

He Rongoā Kei te Kōrero

He Ara Oranga

Whānau Resources

Maintaining the Change

Is Your Drinking Okay?

Helping With Problem Drinking

Cutting Down

Ki te Ao Mārama

Alcohol and Older People

Alcohol & Your Kids

Bewildered