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Special Event - Bruce Kamradt Presentation, Cromwell, Feb 21st. More
Special Event - Ken Jue Presentation, Dunedin, Feb 25th. More
MEHA news - Latest issue released - December 21st 2012.
Raise your Hand! Implementing Raise HOPE. Call for nominations for Implementation Advisory Group. Due September 17th 2012.
Raise HOPE - Hapaia te Tumanako 2012-2015 Public Consultation Report on feedback received through consultation.
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About Us. Our role, mission and values.
Latest News. Updates and our regular newsletter - MEHA News.
Raise HOPE: Hapaia te Tumanako 2012-2015 is our local strategic plan for improving mental health and addiction outcomes. This section includes information on the plan, and its implementation.
The Mental Health and Addiction Planning Project (MHAPP) [Archive]. Archived information on a significant planning project undertaken by Planning & Funding (Mental Health and Addiction) during 2011-2012. Includes planning process, terms of reference, Pathways to Support project, Workforce Survey, community presentations and MHAPP Publications (Initial Discussion Paper, Situational Analysis, Needs Assessment, Draft Plan and Consultation Document, Report on Public Consultation).
Resources. Our online resource library links to a wide range of resources relevant to those who use and/or provide mental health/addiction services, including:
Mental Health/Addiction Policies and Planning Resources
Other Health and Disability Policies and Plans
Law & Justice
Performance and Outcomes
Intersectoral Resources and Projects
Contracting, Reporting and Payments
Safety, Quality and Audit
Financial Management and Funding
Guidelines & Competencies
Journals & Research
Workforce Development - local courses/events, external training, career information, national workforce development agencies.
Services and Support. Local, regional (South Island) and national services and support for people experiencing mental illness and/or addiction, their families and whanau.
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