Updates from other Newsletters

Like MindsContinuing the peer Support thread that weaves its way through our newsletters, we catch up with the news from Like Minds like Mine. This newsletter is always a great and inspiring read and I recommend anyone with any interest in the peer-support kaupapa to subscribe. Click here to find out more information.

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Youth 18Our friend Stacey Porter (Māori Advisor, Werry Workforce Whāraurau) shared the Youth19 Smart Survey Project newsletter with us. The project is now past halfway and well on the way to delivery. You can read more by clicking here.

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MoH UpdateRobyn Shearer (Ministry of Health) introduces us to the second edition of the Ministry’s  Mental Health and Addiction update. For those of you interested in seeing how He Ara Oranga (the Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction, 2018) and the Wellbeing Budget is rolling out, this is a great newsletter to track. You can read more about Robyn and the Ministry’s work by clicking here.

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Waikeria SeptLast but by no means least in our Newsletter links section is the Waikeria Prison Newsletter. The Waikeria Mental Health and Addiction Service Project is a big shift for the Department of Corrections and is a real opportunity to offer pathways to recovery and wellbeing to populations who really need them. You can see how the work is going by clicking here to read their September Newsletter.

 

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