The Mt Albert Community Club is an activity based day service for adults who have, or are experiencing mental health issues/tangata whai i te ora within the ADHB area.
Club is a vibrant, interesting and supportive meeting place and has been providing for and engaging with members of the community since 1991.
To provide a quality activity and recovery focused day service and to develop life and living skills which offers our members:
better involvement with their community and a sense of belonging
opportunities to develop work skills and routines
greater stability of lifestyle
involvement in arts and creative/recreational activities.
The provision of culturally appropriate, individual, member-centered, goal orientated support through purposeful activity programmes and social interaction.
OUR kaupapa is based on the values of:
Provide a culturally supportive, safe and respectful social environment, that uplifts a person’s mana. Promote the practices of aroha and āwhina. Showing kindness and hospitality to all members, whanau and visitors.
Promote and establish strong connections between members, whanau, peers, staff and the wider community. Provide cultural support to members.
Provide a member centred service that promotes empowerment and actively recognises members abilities and strengths. Members collectively participate in the organisation and programme planning.
Recognising and supporting people’s spirituality. Provide an holistic approach to well-being that supports members recovery journey.
Protect members rights and well-being. Promote guardianship and protection of the environment through our programmes.
Experiential learning through creative exploration.
If you sure interested in becoming a MACC member either arrive at the club during opening hours ( 8.30am - 3pm, Mon, Wed and Fri) and make yourself known to Karen the coordinator, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 027 591 6978.