Community Mental Health Services

We provide recovery support to people who have experienced mental illness and who are living in the community. Support is provided individually, as a ‘wrap-around’ service or ‘package of care’. Support groups are also provided. We welcome referrals from General Practitioners, Primary Health Organisations and District Health Boards. We also welcome self-referrals, where indicated.   

 

Community Mental Health Services

  • Te Korowai ō Te Aroha, support services for Māori
  • Pou Whirinaki, Cultural Support
  • Asian support services
  • Ola Manuia, support services for Pacific peoples
  • Mobile support services for the general population
  • Muslim support services & community liaison
  • LGBTTI+ Liaison & Training
  • Youth Peer Support
  • Youth day programme
  • Kupenga Ora, community groups for different population groups providing recovery support, community mental health education and family & whānau support
  • Look Up, an annual youth mental health hui
  • Mental Health First Aid, an authorized provider of a 2-day community education workshop
  • Community Living Service, co-located with CMDHB Intensive Community Team
  • Te Rangimarie: housing & recovery support for people exiting long-term hospital stays
  • Support Stream: Medical centres under Auckland PHO & National Hauora Coalition
  • Community Living Service, co-located with CMDHB Intensive Community Team
  • Awhi Ora: well-being support for people with mild to moderate mental health issues, linked but not confined to the following medical practices – Orakei Health Service, Local Doctors (Dawson Road, East Tamaki & Dannemora), Three Kings Accident and Medical, Cornwall Medical Centre, Lynnfield Medical Centre, Te Atau Health


Publications
Muslim Mental Health Awareness
Real Lives – Nine Recovery Stories