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HomeGround

Auckland City Mission Head Quarters

Opening in January 2022, HomeGround is Auckland’s new home.   Built for, by and with Aucklanders, it is primarily a place of transformation and healing for Aucklanders in desperate need.   Donate to HomeGround

HomeGround will bring together:

  • permanent housing
  • expanded health and social services
  • state of the art addiction withdrawal services facilities
  • a comprehensive programme of activities in a warm and welcoming space.

It’s based on proven international models of care to strengthen individuals, families and our community – especially people experiencing homelessness and other social issues.

This beautiful new space includes 80 permanent apartment homes for people sleeping rough or on the social housing register with 24/7 support services, a shared rooftop garden and a residents’ lounge.

It also features a community dining room, community spaces, a multi-disciplinary health centre, a pharmacy and addiction withdrawal services.   The community spaces will give visitors access to a range of social, recreational, educational and vocational activities.

There are spaces for social enterprises and the Mission is exploring opportunities at the moment.

All of Auckland will be welcome to HomeGround, offering beautiful community spaces and a function room for hire, and retail spaces.

Thanks to our donors, we will be setting up a state-of-the-art health services at HomeGround. That makes a huge difference to how people feel when they walk in. The quality of the facilities at HomeGround makes a positive statement about how we believe people should be treated.

- Gilli Sinclair, Health Services Manager

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