with lack of full-time staff
It has nurses and clinicians, but also rangatahi and kaumātua who connect with whānau when times are tough, well before any clinical intervention.
With the past two years of a pandemic, soaring cost of living and job uncertainty, its services are needed more than ever.
"The demand out there is huge," said Charley Koteka, one of the trust's kaimahi. "It's a matter of getting the kupu out there, getting the pānui out there, the tono."
Another kaimahi, Stan Hune, said demand was unprecedented. So much so the trust did not have enough to help everybody who needed it.
"We've unfortunately had to cap due to not having the capacity. There's not enough hours in the day, not enough days in the week."