Addiction organisations and practitioners can utilise our evidence-based workforce development solutions and support to improve and develop welcoming, hopeful and effective services.
Welcome to this collection of courageous people’s personal stories. Problematic use of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) affects people across all walks of life and at all stages of life. Being affected by someone else’s problematic use of AOD can be challenging, shameful and lonely. Silence divides us and diminishes our strength. Check them out now.Learn more
This new resource aims to increase the knowledge and confidence of those working alongside young people in the primary care environment.Learn more
This e-learning module provides an opportunity to learn and reflect on values, attitudes, knowledge and skills, and the role these have in practice – including in building relationships to achieve wellbeing.Learn more
Real Skills online is now available for organisations to sign up and use, following a successful pilot phase.Learn more
For some people, reducing or stopping mental health medication can be difficult. The purpose of this guide is to give you information that can help you to come off your medication. It does not deal with the decision to reduce or stop taking medication, which ideally should be made in conjunction with your health care workers and key support people.Learn more
Te Reo Hāpai - The Language of Enrichment, is a new Māori glossary that not only provides translations for existing words, it has also created many new words in te reo Māori - for use in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors.Learn more
These notes are written to augment the information for consumers in - A guide to reducing or stopping mental health medication. They are intended for any prescribers helping someone stop their mental health medication, but it is anticipated they will be most useful for general practitioners.Learn more