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Latest Updates

  • 15 Nov 2023

    Champions of Child and Adolescent Mental Health

    Work is continuing to improve service delivery across MHAIDS Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) teams.
  • 02 Nov 2023

    Expert and governance groups guide Te Awakairangi mahi

    Exciting progress is happening in the Te Awakairangi workstream, as we move closer to developing a model of service delivery for future Māori mental health and addiction services in the Hutt Valley.
  • 02 Nov 2023

    AOD Workforce Symposium

    The second annual AOD (Alcohol and other Drugs) Workforce Symposium took place on 19 October at Pipitea Marae in Wellington.
  • 06 Oct 2023

    One step closer to increased peer support at MHAIDS

    Four teams have embarked on journeys to determine the best way to partner with NGOs and integrate peer support kaimahi into their teams.
  • 05 Oct 2023

    Peer Support: Partnerships and work outside MHAIDS

    Work is taking place to embed peer support into MHAIDS teams, and there is also a focus on increasing peer support in the community.
  • 31 Aug 2023

    Embedding peer support in MHAIDS

    There have been some exciting developments in the Peer Support project this month, with new additions to the project team as well as the announcement of the MHAIDS teams selected to progress to pilot peer support staff working as part of clinical teams.
  • 31 Aug 2023

    Sharing knowledge and fun at CAPA champions day

    The implementation and refresh of the Choice and Partnership Approach (CAPA) is a key focus of the Community Child and Adolescent Mental Health workstream of the Mental Health and Addiction Change Programme. The aim is to encourage the model being used to its full potential and in doing so to realise its full benefits.
  • 30 Aug 2023

    Further funding expands Wellington Co-response Team

    In a move that will strengthen our ability to support people in the community, MHAIDS has secured funding for more mental health professionals to join the Wellington Co-response Team (CRT).
  • 24 Aug 2023

    ‘Historic’ wānanga wrap up in Te Awakairangi

    Over 150 people from a range of organisations came together to explore Māori-led solutions for the future of Māori mental health and addiction services.
  • 21 Jul 2023

    Clinical Coach role supports new team members

    Supporting and developing the CAMHS workforce is a priority for the Community Child and Adolescent Mental Health workstream of the MHA change programme.
Last updated 26 May 2023.