A conference to be held at Turangawaewae Marae on 3rd & 4th October, 2017. Supporting whanau impacted by loss, grief and suicide
The overarching need of our Māori population is self-evident. We need to restore our people to a state of wellbeing. We need to ‘live in good mental health’ with the expectation that we receive help when we need it. We need to know why sectors of our population believe the only way to heal is to end their life. We need to be open, frank and honest and more importantly we need to talk to each other. Ngā Kūaha Tūmanako is a step in that direction. Grief is an emotional experience and this conference is about reaching out, to start with conversation and in the process support whanau impacted by grief, loss and suicide.
This event is organised by TAUPIRIPIRI CHARITABLE TRUST .
29 River Road
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