Te Piko o te Mahuri - Youth Wellbeing Framework

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The Midland Youth Wellbeing Framework - Te Piko o te Mahuri believes that:

"Youth are our future"

  1. We need to invest now to reduce the impacts of long term conditions on your and Whānau
  2. We need to prepare our current and future workforce
  3. We need services to be youth informed and enable Whānau

In 2013 the   Midland region held a two day Youth Summit, Rise Up!...To Recovery, To the   Challenge, To the Future….  The Summit   had a youth provider stream and youth specific stream.  Providers developed a Question Board which   youth answered throughout the two days.  Click here for the Youth Summit evaluation report.

As part of determining a way forward following the He Ara Oranga report a Steering Group was formed with representatives from each DHB invited to participate.  Further to this Werry Workforce Whāraurau was invited at the Workforce Centre focusing on the well being of children and youth.

Please click here to read the Midland MH&A - Te Piko o te Mahuri: Youth Wellbeing Framework Midland  'Discussion Document'. 

Feedback is invited from all Midland Mental Health and Addiction Stakeholders. Options for providing feedback are:

  • An e-survey: click here to access a confidential electronic survey
  • Postal survey: post completed survey to:  Akatu Marsters, Business Support Coordinator, Private Bag 3023, Rotorua Mail Centre, Rotorua 3046.  You can copy the survey provided in Appendix 5 of the report.
  • Electronic response to Akatu akatu.marsters (at) healthshare.co.nz
  • Verbal feedback via telephone or Zoom: contact Akatu Marsters at akatu.marsters (at) healthshare.co.nz to arrange a time.

Feedback deadline: Friday, 18th October, 2019.