Child and Youth

Health projects, plans and helpful resources

Health Promotion

Working collaboratively with the community to improve and promote health

Māori Health

Services for Māori whanau, Outreach Nursing and helpful resources


Outreach, Diabetes, School and Immunisation nurses

Pacific Health

Services for Pacific Peoples, Outreach Nursing and helpful resources


Service for the treatment and prevention of high-risk foot problems, including diabetes support

Population Health

Tumai Hauora ki Porirua Alliance

Through an interagency collaboration we can improve the health of the Porirua community

Sexual Health Medicine

Information about regional Sexual Health Services

Self-Management Courses

Greater Wellington & Wairarapa

Community Dietitian Service

Healthy Lifestyles

Community health programmes around the region

Maternity Services

Information about finding a midwife and antenatal classes

Mental Health

Information about our services and helpful resources

Shared Care Record

What is a Shared Care Record?

Healthy Lifestyles Programmes

Also see:
Māori & Population Health Team
Community Exercise Classes

More Hearts and Diabetes Checks Campaign

Heart disease is a serious problem in New Zealand – One New Zealander dies every 90 minutes from heart disease. Cardiovascular disease (heart, stroke and blood vessel disease) is still the leading cause of death in New Zealand, accounting for 40% of deaths annually.

Diabetes is a major and increasing cause of premature death and disability in New Zealand. More than 225,000 people have been diagnosed with diabetes (mostly Type 2) and those with Type 2 Diabetes are at a higher risk of heart disease.

A heart and diabetes check can make a difference. Heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes are largely preventable through treatment and lifestyle changes.

More information about the campaign will be available on the HPA website, Heart Foundation website, Diabetes New Zealand website and the Ministry of Health website.

If you are in the target audience get a heart and diabetes check yourself and encourage your friends and family to do the same – they will love you for it.

Supermarket Tours in Kapiti

These tours have been designed to provide people with the knowledge of how to understand nutritional information on food labels and enable them to make healthy food choices for their individual needs. They are run by qualified dietitians in various supermarket locations around the district, in conjunction with Diabetes Kapiti Coast and Compass Health.

To find out more and secure a place on the next tour, please telephone Diabetes Kapiti Coast on (04) 904 4847. Please note that places are strictly limited – please notify numbers who will be attending.

Cost is FREE but a Gold Coin donation/koha is welcome.

Free and Cheap things to do in Wellington & Kapiti

Wellington City:

Kia ora and Welcome to a treasure trove of great things to do in Wellington. We’ve put together this booklet to let you know what you can do in our beautiful city for $5 or less or absolutely FREE! All activities are arranged by suburb, so it makes it easy to see what you can do in your local area.

Download the Free & Cheap things to do in Wellington brochure.
Disclaimer: Some pages have been removed from the original document. Please discard reference to maps and vouchers.

If you would like a hard copy version of this resource, please contact Jon Gabites at WCC on (04) 803 8350 or by emailing


We have put this brochure together to let you know what you can do in our wonderful Kapiti District for FREE or at very low cost. To download a copy click here, or contact Compass Health Kapiti on (04) 297 2009 for a hard copy.

We suggest you get two Kapiti Coast District Council Cycleways Walkways and Bridleways maps, one to take with you on your walks, and one to put on the wall and mark off the walks as you complete them. Most places mentioned in this brochure are shown on this map, available from KCDC, libraries, or online at

Porirua HEHA brochure

HEHA (Healthy Eating, Healthy Action) Porirua is here to support you to be active. Download the HEHA Porirua brochure from the Te Rauparaha Arena website.

Supporting Older Adults - Falls Prevention

Compass Health Kapiti has finalised it's 'Stay On Your Feet' leaflet, designed to help people gain strength and balance through exercise. Click here to view the brochure.