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Male Survivors Aotearoa (‘MSA’) Working with Māori Policy (the ‘Policy’) provides a guideline for peer-workers (both employees and volunteers), including trustees working for the national organisation or MSA Member Organisations (‘MMO’s), who work with Māori (Iwi, Hapu and/or Whanau) to provide peer support services to Maori male survivors that may also involve their Whanau.
The overarching intention of the Policy is to reflect the founding document of Aotearoa New Zealand – Te Tiriti o Waitangi/ The Treaty of Waitangi (ToW), which is a living document that is acknowledged as a foundational policy that guides the work and activities of MSA and its MMO’s.  
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Virtual Peer Support Groups
Day Group Duration Facilitator Contact Person Phone  Email 
Mondays 7:30 – 9:30 pm Dave Passell Dave Passell 09 3788823
Wednesday 7pm - 9pm Scott Grey Dave Passell  09 3788823
Thursday 7:30am - 9:30pm Noel Ward Noel Ward 09 3788822
Friday TBA Poutoa Papalii Poutoa Papalii 09 3788825
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