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Pukekohe Service Centre

Contact information

We are located on level 1
6A Roulston Street
Pukekohe 2120

(PO Box 907, Pukekohe)

Phone: (09) 238 6233  Fax: (09) 238 3891

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Franklin-Family-Support-Services/383588238469580?ref=hl

Email: pukekohe@heartlandservices.govt.nz

Name of Coordinator: Suzanne Edwards
Hours of opening: Mon - Fri 9.00am – 4.00pm except Tuesdays (only) 10:30am – 4:00pm

These services are available by appointment. Please contact Suzanne who will arrange a time to suit.

Services available by appointment

Maori Land Courts – Advice Services, Trusts and Successions, Trustee Training and Land Issues. (First Wednesday of each Month)

Legal Services – Free Advice and Information

Age Concern – Advice and Support on concerns or matters relating to older people and their carers and whanau.  Also free counselling services for people over 65years

Inland Revenue Department – Clinics held at Work and Income Pukekohe Office every second Tuesday from 9:30am – 2:30pm

Franklin Family Support Services

  • Counselling
  • Transport to Medical Appointments
  • Financial Mentoring
  • Social Work

Early Years Services Hub

Justice of the Peace (Monday and Friday) only 11:30am -1:30pm

Strengthening Families

Parenting Programmes

Additional Services and Information

The Heartland centre has information/brochures/application forms of other departments and organisations that provide assistance e.g Internal Affairs, MBIE (immigration, health and safety), Statistics New Zealand, Electoral Enrolment, Ministry of Justice, Studylink, Te Puni KĊkiri, Oranga Tamariki. Local social services information is also available.

A public phone is available to ring 0800 numbers. Documents can also be scanned or faxed to government departments, and you can use our Internet for their websites.

Support Services for Children, Young People and Their Families

Strengthening Families is a multi-agency partnership which is aimed at helping children, young persons and families/whanau who are involved with several agencies, but whose problems persist.

It does this by bringing together the family and helping services, to make sure that the right agencies are providing the right services to meet the needs of the family.

Thus, Strengthening Families meetings may include any of a wide range of Government departments and community organisations an and includes the schools, the health service (community and mental health), The Ministry for Vulnerable Children Oranga Tamariki, Group Special Education (Ministry of Education), Housing New Zealand Corporation, Police, Inland Revenue, Child Support, ACC, Work and Income, Community Probation Services, District Councils, Presbyterian Support Services and Te Puni Kokiri Services.

If you know of a family who could be helped through Strengthening Families, you can contact:

Louise Edwards
Strengthening Families Co-ordinator for Franklin District
6a Roulston Street
Pukekohe 2120
Phone: (09) 238 6233 Fax: (09) 238 3891
Website: Strengthening Families. (http://www.strengtheningfamilies.govt.nz/)