Promoting mental health, demystifying mental illness, countering stigma and discrimination


Resources and Newsletters

Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to this Resources & Newsletters section

Click on the headings to download the resource.

Supporting Families in Mental Illness Taranaki put out a newsletter bi-monthly

Be informed with some tips for families, up-dates from the region and groups that are available through SF.

Te Wana Panui

"Korero Mai - What's On"

A monthly newsletter for those interested in the provision of services for people with experience of mental illness, combined with an events newsletter promoting educational and recreational events around the Taranaki District that are offered for $5 or less.

Positive Ageing - Taupaenui - A Newsletter for those interested in improving the quality of life for older persons in Taranaki.

This publication addresses mental health in rural Taranaki.  It was inspired by the award winning publication " Down on the farm" produced by the Southern Rural Life and Courier Country - with the support of a media grant from the Mental Health Foundation.  It is full of information about local support services, professional and non-professional and is hoped that the publication will help reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness.

"Employment: Taking the First Step"

A guidebook for jobseekers with health issues. For more information click on Employment Matters.

"Mental Health Sector Directory Taranaki"

This list has been compiled as a resource for people working in and supporting Mental Health Services in Taranaki.

"Surviving the Tougher Times"

A resource providing some general information on stress and its' management.

"Stigma and discrimination"
"Like Minds Taranaki General Brochure"


Like Minds Taranaki gratefully acknowledges the financial support of this website
by The Ministry of Health

 

Feedback is always welcome
Like Minds Taranaki email: likemindstaranak@likemindstaranaki.org.nz

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