Support services and information for people affected by psychosis and their family/whānau.
Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand
Provides free information and training, and advocates for policies and services that support people with experience of mental illness, and also their families/whānau and friends.
Early Intervention in Psychosis support services (EIS)
Early Intervention for psychosis are services provided by District Health Boards (DHBs) that aim to help young people when they experience psychosis for the first time.
Emerge Aotearoa provides a wide range of community-based mental health, addiction, disability support and social housing services nationwide.
Family Mental Health Support Inc South Canterbury
Phone 0800 732 000 or email email@example.com. A free support service that offers a range of support options that might include information and education about mental illness and addiction, problem-solving, crisis planning and liaison/advocacy with other services. Referrals come from all sources, including self referrals.
GROW Mental Health
Phone or text 021 049 1360. A free service providing community support groups for mental illness and personal development, face-to-face or online. Illnesses include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, suicidal thoughts, PTSD, addictive behaviours and psychosis.
Pathways provides a range of support services around practical daily living, leading a healthy life, employment and housing.
Bo Ai She: Asian Family Services
Bo Ai She provide cultural support and recovery support for Asian users of mental health services and their families. They run workshops and activities for the group members.
Rangitāne o Tamaki nui a Rua Incorporated
Phone 06 374 6860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Provides a wide range of support services to whānau ranging from alcohol & drug, smoking, mental health, asthma to screening in the Tararua region.
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