Mental Health and Addiction Policy and Planning Resources

Advanced Practice Nursing Strategy for the Addiction Treatment Sector: A discussion document
Daryle Deering. National Addiction Centre, Matua Raki. Link.

A Literature Review: Prevention and possibilities, a focus on children and youth. 2011.  Mental Health Commission. Link.

Blueprint, 1998. Mental Health Commission.  Link.  

Building on Strengths - Mental Health Promotion Strategy. Ministry of Health.  Link.

Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2009-2014. Department of Corrections.  Link.

Future Directions for Eating Disorders in New Zealand.  Link.

A Guide to Effective Consumer Participation in Mental Health Services. Ministry of Health.  Link.

Guidelines for Preparing an Alcohol Strategy. Alcohol Advisory Council.  Link.

Investing in Addiction Treatment: A resource for funders, planners, purchasers and policy makers National Committee on Addiction Treatment.  Link.

Mental Health and Addiction Action Plan 2010, Ministry Of Health.  Link.

Ministerial Action Plan on Drugs, Methamphetamine Action Plan. Ministerial Committee on Drug Policy.  Link.

National Drug Policy 2007-2012. Ministerial Committee on Drug Policy.  Link.

National Mental Health Information Strategy Implementation Plan 2006. Ministry of Health.  Link.

New Zealand Police framework for reducing alcohol-related offending and victimisation 2010-2014.  Link.

Our Lives in 2014: A recovery vision from people with experience of mental illness. Mental Health Commission.  Link.

Preventing and Minimising Gambling Harm: Three-year Service Plan 2010/11-2012/12.  Link.

Preventing and Minimising Gambling Harm: Six-year Strategic Plan 2010/11-2015/16.  Link.

Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2008-2012. Ministry of Health  Link.

Te Hononga 2015: Connecting for Greater Wellbeing. Mental Health Commission.  Link.

Te Puawaiwhero: The Second Maori Mental Health and Addiction National Strategic Framework 2008-2015. Ministry of Health  Link.

Te Kokiri: The Mental Health and Addiction Action Plan 2006-2015, Ministry of Health.  Link.

Te Tahuhu Improving Mental Health 2005-2015: The Second New Zealand Mental Health and Addiction Plan, Ministry of Health.  Link.