Released in September 2023 by the Mental Health and Addiction Wellbeing Cross-party Group.
On behalf of Te Whatu Ora, Atamira Platform has prepared a report on the features and challenges for the addiction treatment sector in Aotearoa New Zealand and their impact on the workforce.
The report can be used in conjunction with other research and information to guide decision-making and planning for future workforce initiatives, ensuring that effective workforce development is available to support the addiction sector.
Please note that the views expressed in this document do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Te Whatu Ora.
Potential Impact of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care. This briefing paper provides information for members about the Royal Commission into Abuse in State Care. (PDF, 171KB)
NGO Guide to PRIMHD (updated December 2019) (PDF, 1.7MB)
Using On Track to achieve system change: A case study of Whanganui DHB Mental health and addiction services This Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui and Platform report shares a snapshot of Whanganui DHB’s improvement journey to date, and outlines how they utilised On Track to inform their transformation work. (PDF, 6,071KB)
Aspirations for the Aotearoa New Zealand We Want and Need. Platform's submission to the Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction (PDF, 7,991KB).
Fast Track: Discussion paper on challenges & opportunities for the mental health & addiction community support workforce. (PDF, 1.30MB)
Fast Track Summary Version: Discussion paper, summary only, (PDF, 176KB)
A Review of the Use of Social Outcome Indicators: Suggested improvements to the collection and use of national social outcome data in New Zealand. (Final report December 2016, released 2017) (PDF, 1,280KB)