St Peters House is a community organisation based in central Tauranga operated by a charitable trust.
We offer a range of services to help individuals and families in the western Bay of Plenty.
Our aim is to equip people with skills and tools that can continue to be used and developed long after they have finished working with us.
Our services are provided on a donation or low cost basis to remove financial barriers, we have wheelchair friendly facilities, and we work with all people regardless of gender, ethnicity, lifestyle choice or belief, to enable anyone to access the help they need.
COUNSELLING AND COURSES
St Peters House Services
This course provides a safe space for participants to learn how boundaries help us to have a healthier and more balanced lifestyle with better relationships. It identifies those things that limit our efforts to set healthy boundaries and stick to them.
Next course starts 3 May 2024
Tools for Life
Money impacts all areas of our lives: what we can or can't afford, our relationships, what we eat, our health and well-being, and much more. On this free Tools for Life course you will gain practical skills that will help you take control of situations that affect your wellbeing.
Next course starts 16 May 2024
Your True Worth
A safe, empowering course that provides participants the opportunity to consider the way they see themselves and the impact on their self-worth. Topics include values, the effects of positive and negative thinking, grief, forgiveness and more.
Next course starts 16 February 2024
The Incredible Years | Ngā Tau Mīharo
The Incredible Years course is full of practical step-by-step suggestions to help you to manage everyday parenting situations, and to make family life more fun and enjoyable.
For parents or caregivers of children aged 3 to 6 years.
Next course starts 21 February 2024
St Peters House is a Christian organisation and Christian values underpin all aspects of our service. You do not need to share our faith or be a Christian to use St Peters House services.
St Peters House accepts self-referrals and we work with people regardless of ethnicity, gender, lifestyle choice or belief.
These are the principles that guide what we do, and why we do it.
Vision: People achieving wholeness, as defined by the priciples of
Te Whare Tapa Whā.
Mission: To make a positive difference to individuals, couples and families facing life challenges
Strategy: To work collaboratively to offer accessible services which help people prosper
Values: To seek justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8) as we work with others and our clients.
I’d like to say thank you not just to my counsellor but to those that make this service available for anyone to come to, to open up and talk. This service has pulled me out of the most difficult time in my life. I would not be anywhere as strong as I am now if it weren’t for the help that I was given. I am finding a new and improved me.
A big thank you for what you offer at St Peters House. Your services help people in more ways than anyone could imagine. You have given me tools to have a better life.
I haven't found anyone else that can help me and my family as much as you all have at St Peters
The people that we have interacted with within this fabulous service have been outstanding, the initial and ongoing support has made a huge difference to our lives compared to 6 months ago. They are non-judgmental and are committed to helping people get debt free....CAP has given our family a “light at the end of the tunnel”.
I felt heard and understood, and felt better in a short space of time. I achieved all the goals I wanted to in a shorter space of time than expected. The service was easy to access and I was comfortable there.
Tuesday - Friday: 9am - 4pm
Weekends & Public Holidays: Closed
136 Spring Street
07 571 5916
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