Autumn Issue 11 - May 2020
Welcome to our Autumn Newsletter and hoping you are all well and safe during this challenging time.
With the current focus of COVID-19 we are featuring a number of related items. There are a range of suggestions and resources to support your mahi, workers, and whānau during and beyond.
The way we now operate to meet the need of those we serve, in the environment of lockdown has meant rapid change. Te Arawa, Progress To Health and Tuhoe Hauora have kindly shared how they are working with their community response to the coronavirus.
Taranaki have a new Planner & Funder. His name is Justin and you will find his profile here.
The Ministry of Health published three reports on problem gambling and the Awa Association document relating to access and choice in primary health care. Links to these are within the newsletter
Evaluation of the Partners for Change Outcome Management system (PCOMS) in a Gambling Treatment Setting
A Mixed Methods analysis of Gambling Harm for Women in New Zealand
New Zealand National Gambling: Qualitative Phase
Ngai Māori Insights for A Kaupapa Māori Primary (Community) mental Health & Addictions Service Model: The Analysis by Awa Associates
Uhi Wero, Uhi Taia – Midland Addiction Wellbeing Framework (2020) - pending
Te Aho Tahuhu – Midland Whanau Wellbeing Framework (2020) - pending
To read the articles featured in our Autumn newsletter click the links below:
- Regional Directors update
- Workforce Planning Leads update
- Information Project Coordinators update
- Taiahaha Taiahaha – Midland Maori Wellbeing Framework (2020)
- Te Piko o te Mahuri – Midland Youth Wellbeing Framework (updated)
- Meeting Taranaki's new Mental Health & Addiction Portfolio Manager
- Introducing Maryanne Lee, Counsellor, PGF Services
- Tuhoe Hauora and Covid-19 Interview
- How Progress to Health is adapting to a new environment
- Te Arawa Comes Together for Covid-19 Response
- LeVa's "Trouble in the bubble #CatchYourself Project
- Getting Through Together
- Werry Centre e-Presentations
- Mental Health Took Kit
- Summary of Ministry of Health Documents
- Helpful Covid-19 Resources