Publications

Platform publishes a range of documents to support the work of the mental health and addiction sector.

We regularly publish documents that advocate for health and wellbeing systems providing the best outcomes for community mental health and addiction.

Our key documents span our work across six key strategic areas:

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Community development

advocacy

Campaigning for change

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Deaf mental health and addiction support

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Policy

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Political advocacy

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Workforce Development

2019

2018

2017

2015

2013

  • Infographic: Profile of Alcohol & Other Drug Treatment Services in Aotearoa New Zealand. Click on picture below to link to detailed (PDF, 360KB)

  • NGO-PRIMHD Capability Checklist Tool (updated 2013) (PDF 392KB)
    This tool was developed by Hutt DHB Funding & Planning in conjunction with Platform Trust to assist mental health and addiction NGOs to assess organisational performance with specific regard to the collection of data for PRIMHD, reporting and use of information. The format of the tool is based on the ‘Health Check’, a tool that is used by the Wellington City Council to help local NGOs build strong and effective organisations and communities.
  • NgOIT - NGO Stories & Statistics (2013) (PDF, 1.28MB)
    This publication describes the part that community non-government organisations (NGOs) take in New Zealand’s Mental Health and Addictions (MH&A) service system. It describes some of the activities of these essential services and offers some key facts.This publication is to provide greater insight into the work of the sector and toencourage greater dialogue and engagement between policy makers, funders, sector workers and the Government.

2012

2011

2010

  • Frontline - the community mental health and addiction sector at work in New Zealand (PDF, 1.4MB)
    This document describes key attributes of the mental health and addiction community sector. Its purpose is to stimulate interest and encourage increased sector, Government, and funder engagement. It shows that NGOs are innovators, run successful community enterprises that employ significant numbers of New Zealanders, are flexible, and well-placed to deliver the Government’s objectives while meeting the needs of individuals, families and communities.

2008

  • NgOIT 2008 NGO-DHB Contracting Environment (PDF, 348KB)
    This report reflects the experiences, issues and views from a range of community sector organisations that contract with DHBs to provide mental health and addiction services.

2007

  • NgOIT 2007 Workforce Survey (PDF, 887KB)
    This report provides information and analysis from the perspective of non government organisations who provide mental health and addiction services.

2005

2004

2003

Other Policy work