People receiving mental health support are buzzing about the free haircuts being provided by local student barbers and hairdressers.
Ongoing efforts by maternal mental health specialists and the Women’s Health Service are seeing more expectant mothers receiving the support they need.
The Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) has welcomed 13 new nurses to its specialist training programme.
Capital & Coast DHB and Regional Public Health are satisfied with our response to the recent tragic suicides in Porirua. We are working to ensure members of the community, who may be at risk, are well-supported.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) has advised that its members have voted to reject the revised offer from DHBs.
The strike notice received from the New Zealand Nurses Organisation by all District Health Boards for Thursday, 5 July has been withdrawn.
Yesterday saw the official opening ceremony of the new Wellington Community Mental Health and Addictions Services location at 113 Adelaide Road in Wellington.
The changing face of local communities is being increasingly reflected by those working to support people with mental health needs.
Capital & Coast DHB has reached a settlement with complainant Lyn Copland that is satisfactory to both parties.
A new initiative to improve the cardiovascular health of clients at Te Korowai-Whāriki – the regional forensic and rehabilitation inpatient mental health service – has been given a kick-start with the donation of 23 pairs of new running shoes