Platform | Atamira membership

Joining Platform | Atamira means joining a strong community mental health and addiction network that prides itself on collective action, and innovation. 

Become a member

Benefits of Membership

The members of Platform|Atamira are a strong voice for the issues that matter for community mental health and addiction in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

Your membership helps Platform|Atamira to have an independent voice.

The more members that represent the diversity of community providers, the more effective Platform|Atamira can be with the government and the public sector.

Benefits of being a member include connection with others in the network and knowledge that Platform will advocate for collective action and sector solutions at a national level.

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Lobbying, advocacy, and representation

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Regular updates about the sector and Government.

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Connection to Platform’s wider networks.

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Access to up to date information, idea sharing and innovative solutions.

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Input into Platform|Atamira's annual workplan.

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Connection with like-minded people and organisations throughout Aotearoa.

Membership options:

Standard Member


  • Individuals or organisations that wish to be part of, and contribute to a strong community network.
  • Access to information and sector intelligence.
  • Ability to network into a true community development movement

Sustaining member


  • Organisations who want to contribute significantly to one-off projects.

Investing member


  • Organisations wanting to invest in community development and social change in New Zealand.
  • Help to set Platform’s work agenda with like-minded people.
  • Free attendance at investing member event(s).


Any community based organisation interested in wellbeing and/or providing mental health and addiction services.

Ready to join?

Complete our online membership application

Need more info?

Email or call 04 385 0385

"For us, collective action with a focus on equity and autonomy for those with lived experience is important, and being a member of Platform Trust allows us to work in collaboration rather than isolation to achieve this.”