Our nationwide network of members work in community mental health and addiction wellbeing services from the far north to the deep south.
Offering a safe, supportive place for tangata whai ora on their road to recovery, whatever that means for them.
Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi Charitable Trust (“Te Kōtuku”) is a kaupapa Māori mental health provider based in Avondale, Auckland.
Providing a range of Kaupapa Māori Mental Health and Addiction Services to Hamilton and surrounding districts.
Providing Kaupapa Māori navigation and home based support services for people affected by mental health issues, alcohol and drugs.
Providing a range of community-based mental health services within the Golden Bay region.
An international movement and an evangelical branch of the Christian Church that expresses its ministry through a range of spiritual and social programmes.
A unique shared creative space in the heart of Auckland city for people in support of their mental health and wellbeing.
The largest community-based health and social services provider in Taranaki.
Providing a suite of services designed to support people's chosen recovery paths.
A national 'for Pacific by Pacific' provider of support services for health.
A community based initiative providing access to arts and craft facilities, skilled tuition, and materials within a supportive environment.
Providing community-based mental health support services in West Auckland since 1988.
A community based, peer support service organisation for mental health consumers who live in Hawkes Bay.
A passionate software company that is committed to enriching the performance of customers through smart information systems.
A family of ten charitable entities all linked by a common dream.
Providing a community-based residential rehabilitation service for people with mental health issues.
Dunedin based, supported employment agency assisting those with Mental Illness to secure and maintain real mainstream employment within the Otago Region.
A unique employment agency, working with people who are facing personal or health challenges and supporting them to return to or stay in employment.
Supporting children, young people and their families/whānau with challenging conduct, anti-social behaviour and/or mental health needs.