WHAT WE DO
Dayspring Care Centre offers a regular meeting place for people who have been through crisis.
Whatever the cause - health, marriage or family breakdown - people from all walks of life can find friendship and support.
Dayspring opens every week day providing a wide range of parenting support, psycho-education and life skills programmes.
Our crèche means parents and caregivers can attend our programmes. Creche costs are just $1 per session per family.
Dayspring Counselling service works with individuals, couples, family groups and children.
Hours: By appointment.
The Changing Room: Second Hand Boutique.
Seasonal quality clothing and excellent value. All proceeds go to the community.
Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm during school term time.
Access to Care Centre services: Can be self/family/whanau referred or via Community mental health teams, Community Support Work Service Teams, Child, Youth and Family, CADS Parenting and Parental Services, and similar like minded organisations.
Secure Beginnings - A joint service with Dayspring Trust and Matua Tuhononga- Infant Mental Health Service.
Secure Beginnings is a home based program designed to strengthen and improve parent-child relationships. Be part of an exciting opportunity to have Secure Beginnings tailored specifically to the needs of your family.
This program is fully funded and available to interested participants without cost.
If you are a parent with an infant or child under 5 and would like to register please talk to your service provider about a referral.
Access: Secure Beginnings will accept referrals that have been identified as appropriate by another service. Secure Beginnings are for service users whose usual place of residence is West Auckland.
Maternal Mental Health Community Support Work Service
We are here to support women with babies/young children who have experienced severe post natal depression or are living with an existing mental health issue.
Supported Landlord Service
Dayspring operates supported accommodation where women can live and be supported through mental health challenges. Under certain circumstances we can also support women with babies or preschoolers.
Professional support for women from 18+ who live within the Waitemata District Health Board Region (Waitakere & North Shore Cities).
Access: Referral via Community mental health teams, Maternal Mental Health Team, CSW Services or self/family/whanau.