Our nationwide network of members work in community mental health and addiction wellbeing services from the far north to the deep south.
Providing person / whānau centered mental health and addictions services, social services and housing support and accommodation for youth and adults throughout Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough and the West Coast
Providing both residential rehabilitation and community support services for people with experience of mental ill health.
He Waka Tapu has a wide range of free programmes and services to help both individuals and the community. He Waka Tapu has over 80 kaimahi (staff) dedicated towards providing supports and programmes to enrich and develop our peoples lives.
Working alongside family and whānau in their own homes and community to support them on their journey to recovery.
Providing 12 step alcohol and drug rehabilitation programmes.
A residential services that promotes choice, and empowering people to take more responsibility for themselves and their lives.
Providing social housing and mental health services in Auckland.
Providing a safe and inclusive community in which individuals can maintain or regain their mental wellness through creative expression.
A peer led mental health organisation specialising in innovative and achievable ideas.
Providing accommodation and support in a semi-rural setting, for people with a psychiatric diagnosis.
A national not for profit organisation focused on supporting Pasifika families and communities to unleash their full potential.
Supporting people to find and access the right health, social and housing supports they need for their wellbeing.
A Mental Health and Addiction service based in the Manawatu region.
Providing community based support services for people experiencing mental illness, and people with intellectual disability or a physical disability.
Providing information, education, and support within the Canterbury region.
Free information and training, and advocacy for policies and services that support people with experience of mental illness, and their whānau and friends.
Providing both mental health and addiction peer advocacy and peer support services in Christchurch to people experiencing mental distress.
Providing training, peer support, peer advocacy and Like Minds Like Mine two+ RETHINK workshops.
Assisting women with mild-moderate Perinatal Depression/Anxiety in their recovery towards wellness to reduce the impact it has on her, her child and her family.
A health education and health promotion service for people who inject drugs.