Do you work with Young People/Rangatahi?

We know when you are working with Young People/Rangatahi, health and wellbeing will be part of the work you do.
Where can you access health care services for young people/rangatahi?
Health Connections deliver an agile and youth focused health service direct to children and young people and provide free health services to young people who enrol with us.

Check out our FAQs here.

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What to do

You can help a young person enrol with Health Connections by helping them to complete this form.

Once the form is complete send it to [email protected]
Call to discuss an enrolment on 022 4288 396
You can make an appointment for a young person by calling 022 4288 396

You can let young people know they can enrol with Health Connections by using this poster in your areas.

Choose the right language version for your area.





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

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Latest Updates

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There are two confirmed cases of monkeypox in New Zealand. Here’s what you need to know

Monkeypox does not easily spread between people, so the risk to the general public is low.

Person to person spread may occur through:
- Kissing or intimate contact with an infected person
- Direct contact with monkeypox lesions
- Contact with contaminated bed linen or clothes
- Respiratory droplets from an individual with monkeypox.

The majority of people with monkeypox can be safely managed at home. They can stop isolating once their lesions have healed and any scabs have fallen off.

We are asking close contacts of confirmed monkeypox cases to monitor for symptoms for 3 weeks and isolate if symptoms develop. Contact your GP or health provider if you develop symptoms.

Find more information here:
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3 weeks ago

Tamariki aged between 3-12 will be eligible for a free flu jab from Friday 1 July.

Flu infection rates are generally highest in children, and they’re a major source of the spread of influenza. The flu virus may be found in respiratory secretions (breathing, coughing and sneezing) for two weeks or longer in children.

All New Zealanders are encouraged to get protected from flu this year, particularly people who may be more vulnerable. Not only for yourselves, but for your whānau and community as well. You can find more information here:

You can book a flu jab for yourself or your tamariki at your GP or nearest participating pharmacy:

We encourage you to double check that the provider is offering flu vaccinations and whether you need to book ahead.
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1 month ago

Kia ora kaiako, we are so close to reaching enough responses to this survey to meet our research goals. If you could share this with teachers you know who are working in this space we would be very grateful.

Do you teach relationships and sexuality education (RSE) in a New Zealand secondary school?

New Zealand Health Education Association, in collaboration with Family Planning and the University of Canterbury, invite you to take part in our research project exploring teachers’ views of RSE in secondary schools in Aotearoa.

The survey should take no more than 30 minutes to complete and respondents will go into the draw to win one of five $50 Countdown vouchers.

Click on the link below to go to the survey.
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1 month ago

It's always a good time to try out inclusive language with our friends and whānau 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️

#GenderDiversity #lgbtqia #genderequity #TeReo #Pride
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