Penina Health is the first Pacific provider under the Government's social housing reform programme to be working in this area. The hope to support up to 84 families a year.
Penina Health will get $2.5 million from government over three years to run the 22 emergency housing units and also provide help for those who come through.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/pasifka-run-emergency-housing-opens-in-auckland-but-some-say-sadly-just-drop-bucket
On average people will stay in the units for around three months before moving to a state house. While at the units they'll have access to a number of services including budgeting and health.