Improving our responsiveness to Māori is a top priority, and our Mental Health, Addiction and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) kaimahi are on a journey to embed Māori kaupapa more deeply throughout our services.
The findings of an independent evaluation of the Wellington Co-Response Team (CRT) initiative trialled in Wellington last year has concluded the pilot scheme was a success.
Mental health leader Maire Ransfield has been recognised for promoting best practice in her service, which works to improve mental health care for Māori.
Official notice has been received that nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants who are members of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) undertake strike action on Wednesday 9 June.
Adult community mental health and addiction clients across Wellington, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa can now use a Freephone number to contact their treating team.
The Mental Health, Addictions, and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) is working with the Electoral Commission to help ensure clients are able to vote in the upcoming General Election.
Capital & Coast DHB and the Mental Health, Addictions & Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) today welcomed the Chief Ombudsman’s OPCAT report into five mental health units around the country.
The Mental Health, Addiction and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) has launched a GP Liaison service to provide specialist mental health and addiction advice to general practices across the Hutt Valley, Wairarapa and Wellington regions.
A new interagency pilot to provide emergency front-line support for people who ring 111 requiring an urgent mental health response in Wellington, has begun.
The Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) has welcomed 13 new nurses to its specialist training programme.