Whanganui CAYAD is based at  Nga Tai o Te Awa Trust, a Māori development organisation which exists in the interest of whānau wellbeing.


Staff Profiles

Jay Rerekura - CAYAD Co-ordinator, 0274300678  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

“E rere kau mai te awa nui mai te kahui maunga ki Tangaroa. Ko au te awa, ko te awa ko au”
Born and bred on the banks of the Whanganui River, the most important thing in my world is my whanau. My daughter Te Ata Hapara is just starting kura and her baby brother Rongotai is at the kura of hard knocks (learning how to walk). Together with my partner Romaine Rahui we raise our tamariki in Whanganui.

I have been in the role of co-ordinator for almost 6 years now, and I’m still not bored with it yet. My drive is to see my own people in particular find their Rangatiratanga, their own self-determination. To see our people become the architects of their own futures.

 

Kiri Wilson - CAYAD Co-ordinator, Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Organisation Details

Nga Tai O Te Awa Trust
8 Bate Street
PO BOX 566
WHANGANUI 4500
Ph: 06 3489902   Fax: 06 3489949
www.ntota.co.nz


Other services of Nga Tai O Te Awa Trust

  • Kia Piki Te Ora – Maori Suicide Prevention
  • Maori Problem Gambling
  • Project Inwork

Hawkes Bay CAYAD


Staff Profiles

Laurie O'Reilly - CAYAD Manager, 021 360 827  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Denis O'Reilly - Manager of Mokai Whanau Ora, 027 445 9850  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With the support of the Hon. Jim Anderton I established, and continue to manage a national programme called Mokai Whanau ora through a Ministry of Health programme called CAYAD. I chair the Waiohiki Community Charitable Trust, a community arts and enterprise organisation in Hawke’s Bay. I am also chair of the Consultancy Advocacy and Research Trust in Wellington. This Trust works with over 70 gang connected families, providing health services, training and employment. It also enables me to employ pro-social gang leaders across a range of interventions nationally designed to promote public safety. I have completed a Masters Degree in Social Practice (Hons Second Class).


Suni Marston - CAYAD Co-ordinator, 027 433 0153  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Organisation Details

Hawkes Bay Cayad
61 Waiohiki Rd, Taradale Napier
PO box 7070 Taradale, Napier 4141

The Central region for CAYAD spans towns from Hawkes Bay and Whanganui southwards to Wellington.

CAYAD Hutt Valley is provided by Regional Public Health.


Staff Profiles

Jem Pupich - CAYAD Manager, 04 570 9739  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Anna Tonks - CAYAD Coordinator, 04 570 9144  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Organisation Details

Hutt Valley District Health Board

Regional Public Health

Private Bag 31–907
Lower Hutt 5010
Ph (04) 570 9002   Fax (04) 570 9211
www.rph.org.nz

 

Wellington City CAYAD is based in Consultancy, Advocacy and Research Trust (CART).  CART is a Maori organization working directly with and for the “at risk” communities of South Wellington and elsewhere in Aotearoa, New Zealand. It was established in 1989 to meet the needs of “Nga Mokai”, the name, coined by James K Baxter, to describe a population on New Zealand’s social periphery.

Wellington City CAYAD covers the Wellington region from the eastern suburbs of Wellington, Wellington City and outer suburbs, through to Tawa.
 

Staff Profiles

Antony Carter - CAYAD Coordinator, 04 384 5408  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Greetings to all,

My name is Anthony Carter and I was appointed Wellington City CAYAD Kaimahi in June 2013. I'd like to take this opportunity to briefly introduce myself and share a bit of a background as to how I came to this organisation.

I come from a background in both the corporate and social service sectors. A born and bred Wellingtonian, I was the programme coordinator for a Youth Transition Programme with the Wellington City Mission immediately prior to joining the Wellington City CAYAD team. I have an extensive background at the community grass roots level, working with disadvantaged and “at risk” youth, as well as coordinating and managing social service programmes.

Other than my family, my other loves centre around Church, Sports and Music. I am the leader of my local church youth group and over the past few years have been involved in coaching basketball and rugby at both secondary school and representative age grade levels.

A real passion of mine is developing and enhancing youth, unlocking their potential and committing them to success.

I look forward to meeting you all over the course of my role with the CAYAD whanau, therefore, please feel free to make contact if you are ever in the Wellington region.

Nāku noa, nā Anthony Carter

Eugene Ryder - CAYAD Coordinator 04 384 5408  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Organisation Details

3 Myrtle Crescent
Mount Cook
Wellington 6011
Ph (04) 384 6845
www.cart.org.nz


Other services:

In addition to the CAYAD programme, CART facilitates a Maori Community Health Service comprising:

  • a Whanau Ora Co-ordination Service which assists whanau to create a healthy and aspirational future across the areas of good warm safe violence
  • free housing, successful participation in education, employment, justice, and recreation.
  • a Rangatahi Health Service programme that provides opportunities for physical activity including the He Taumata Toa Growing Champions programme and the CART Achievement Gym.