About Us

The Health Connections team are youth health experts.

We provide free health services to under 25’s when you sign up with us.

Call us to have a chat 022 4288 396

Our services are private and confidential

We can help you with general health, contraception and sexual health and mental health.

These are our Opening Hours.

Call us to make an appointment or drop in and see one of the Health Connections team.

MONDAY

9am – 5pm

TUESDAY

9am – 5pm

WEDNESDAY

9am – 5pm

THURSDAY

9am – 5pm

FRIDAY

9am – 4pm

SATURDAY

Closed

SUNDAY

Closed

When we are closed you can call Healthline 0800 611 116 or visit:

White Cross Clinics Otahuhu

(8am – 10pm. Opening hours may differ on public holidays)
15 – 23 Station Road, Otahuhu

Phone: 09 276 3000

Always call 111 if it is an emergency

Our Services

Health Connections deliver lots of different health services.

These include things that can help with your general health, sexual health and mental health.

There are lots of things that Health Connections do. These include giving you vaccinations, doing tests like taking blood and connecting you to other health people that can help when needed.

We can deliver services in person – where you come to see us at one of our clinics, or over the phone and by video conference.

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Want to sign up with Health Connections?

Print and complete the Patient Enrolment form below:

Signed up with us and want to see your Health information Online?

Call us to find out how to get your login details to access your Health Information. You will need an email address so we can send you send your Login details.

Phone us now to get your Login Details

022 4288 396

Meet our Health Team

How much does is cost to see the Health Connections team?

Health care in New Zealand/Aotearoa is not free to everyone and we know that having to pay can stop you coming to see us.

Health Connections services are free to young people who are signed up with us.

If you are NOT signed up with Health Connections, this is how much your visits cost:

Under 13 Years
$50.00
14 years – 18 years
$50.00
19 years – 25 years
$50.00

We do ask that if you can pay you donate to our Give A Little page. The money donated is used to make sure we stay free to young people.

Latest Updates

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Timeline PhotosDo you know a passionate young person who is keen to make a difference for all New Zealanders?

The Ministerial Youth Advisory Group provides young people aged 14–18 a safe space to have their say on issues that affect them and have more influence on our education system. We have three spots available for young people to join the YAG in 2021.

Registrations open on Friday 30 October, so start the conversation with your friends, your whānau and your teachers today! Learn more: bit.ly/2zBx4W8

#yourvoicematters
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9 hours ago

***** REMINDER ALL WELCOME!****

Taloha Ni everyone! Next 2 nights, our 'ENGAGE YOUR FUTURE HUI-EXPO' will be happening right here inside our hall, hosting 15 local education, employment & training providers, social agencies to help inform our local community of their free services & programs:

MIT, OTARA HEALTH, STRIVE, QES, SENZ, WORKWISE, IN-WORK, SOLOMON GROUP, COUNTIES MANUKAU SPORT, MANUKAU SKILLS JOB HUB, MPTT, TE KURA CORRESPONDENCE, DRESS FOR SUCCESS, DOWNER.

Don't miss out on a great opportunity to chat more and discuss how we can support you for a better future! Free event and free dinner! See you there!

Hui Program Outline:
6:30pm - MC Welcome & Opening Karakia
Introduction of different providers
Q&A to discuss challenges regarding
education/employment.
6:50pm - EXPO
7:45pm - Prepacked dinner available
8:00pm - Finish.
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2 days ago

If you are a young person who wants to get experience in governance as well as be actively involved in your community then consider applying to be the representative for young people on the Anamata Board!
For more information go to our website
www.anamata.org.nz/seeking-youth-board-interns/
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6 days ago

EducationDo you want to attend a #FREE, 2-day Mental Health First Aid workshop? Posted 21st Oct 2020. Held on Nov 2nd and 3rd at Smith's Ave Community Hall in Papakura it teaches you how to assist someone who is developing a mental illness or is in a mental health crisis. Event link:

www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/mon-2nd-tues-3rd-november-mental-health-first-aid-2-day-workshop-tickets-1...

What is Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)?

Mental health first aid is the help given to someone developing a mental health issue, such as depression, anxiety, or substance misuse or who is in a mental health crisis, like panic attacks, self-injury, aggressive behaviour.

Mental health first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves.

What will you learn?

Our 2-Day MHFA workshop teaches you how to assist someone who is developing a mental illness or is in a mental health crisis. During this workshop you will learn the ALGEE five steps to assisting:

Approach, assess and assist any crisis

Listen without judging

Give support and information

Encourage relevant professional

Encourage other supports

Please note, this course is not a therapy or support group. It is an education workshop where you will learn how to give mental health first aid to those in need.

Who can attend a MHFA course?

This course is provided free of charge to any adult 18+ living within the Counties Manukau DHB district. If you don't live within the Counties Manukau DHB district and would like to attend please contact 021 892 789 or email [email protected]

Please note - you must attend both days to receive your certificate of completion.
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1 week ago

Tēnā koutou whānau! We're excited to finally invite you to take part in the National 2020 DMC! For those who are new, this is an online event which brings young people together to discuss our mental health system in Aotearoa. What you'd like to bring forward to the discussions is up to you - we'd love to hear your voice.

This event is for rangatahi, but we have a few spots reserved for any adults working in mental health, who would like to observe the discussions of our youth champions.

Here is the link to register! We look forward to seeing you 🙂
Mā te wā - hei kōnei, hei kōnā.

auckland.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqcOGhqDMiGN3tCqeNYsrc2XUjr5ykSq1D
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1 week ago

Timeline PhotosVOYCE National Youth Council applications are now open. Flyer here: bit.ly/VNYC2020F JD here: bit.ly/VNYC2020JD Applications close 10 Nov so apply today: bit.ly/VNYC2020A #voycenyc ... See MoreSee Less

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Health Connections - Papatoetoe, Auckland

Health Connections - Grey Lynn, Auckland

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