The Hub’s opening hours LEARN MORE
The Hub Hornby has just finished replacing all of their interior dichroic halogen lights with LED equivalents. LED lights used to be seen solely on electrical appliances as standby lights. LEDs are known for their low power usage, longevity and robust construction but their usage was restricted to low ambient light situations as their light output was limited LEARN MORE
Emergencies Phone 111
Hornby Police Station 344 1800
Citizens Advice Bureau
Located at 8 Goulding Avenue Hornby.
Call free on 0800 367 222 or 349 5236
Hornby Youth Group
After school hangout as well as weekend trips involving paintball to skiing to mountain biking.
Heartland Service Centre
Based in a co-location environment of Work and Income, 25 Shands Road, Hornby.
Heartlands is a One-Stop-Shop whereby communities are able to access FREE services and information as well as be provided with "wrap-around" face to face services from non-government and government agencies.
Newest additions being City Housing, Life, Unlimited - Hearing Clinic and Canterbury Initiative - Respiratory Clinic. Applications and forms government can be obtained through Heartlands and access to government and community webistes and publications.
Heartlands Coordinator - June Foster-Campbell, Phone (03) 9619 248 for futher information.
Free advice for kids and caregivers Phone 0800 366 694
Get Active with Green Prescription
If you want to become more active but are unsure about what to do, or how to get started then a Green Prescription may be for you. This free service provides you support, motivation and guidance to get started. Our Green Prescription staff will talk through your current activity level, and help you set an activity plan and realistic goals suited to your individual needs, health and lifestyle.
For more information and how to get involved in Green Prescription call 0800 ACTIVE (22 84 83), or talk to your doctor or practice nurse about Green Prescription.
Webhealth-Online Health Advice
Webhealth www.webhealth.co.nz is a unique interactive National Health and Social service website that has a regional focus. Our aim is to provide the most updated information to assist in keeping our community connected. Webhealth is not just a directory to allow people to find quality information on services.
Webhealth offers a self assistance scenario on key health issues, a local community noticeboard, a feedback opportunity, latest news and information on current issues. Julie Noster the local area representative in Canterbury works with health and social service providers to train staff on the use of Webhealth.
In particular the print function which enables an individual to select specific services into a print cart, personalize the directory and produce it in a variety of forms like a booklet or a PDF file.
If you would like Julie to visit you and present to your staff on any aspect of Webhealth services please contact her on 0800 932 432.