What we know:
As the rise of awareness for mental wellbeing increases, the taboo fades. Talking and educating whānau and communities about mental wellbeing is our best weapon against it.
What we do:
Balancing between individual needs and realising Whānau/Community aspirations is at the forefront of Te Ara Rau. Mātanga Whai Ora (Experienced Clinicians) can help with the ABCs:
• (A)ccessing Packages of Care and other community resources
• (B)rief Psychological Interventions
• (C)oaching and other educational strategies to self-manage and enhance your wellbeing
Making it happen:
Making a referral is free and easy. Contact us to see if this is the right place for yourself, family/whānau or a friend. Otherwise talk to your G.P and ask them to make a referral.
What you can do in the meantime:
Depression and Anxiety Stories - Draw strength and hope from the stories of other people.
The Low Down - If you’re stuck feeling bad The Low down can help you figure out if it could be anxiety or depression.
Maori Men's Health - We want our tāne to live long and healthy lives – for themselves and for their whānau.
SPARX - is an free online e-therapy game provided by the University of Auckland.
1737 - We’re here. Free call or text 1737 any time, 24 hours a day. Our service is completely free.
For Emergency or Acute Support contact the Acute Care Team on 0800 653 357
For more information, please Contact Us on (06) 354 9107