Matua Raḵi and Te Pou offices are open across the country. However, we encourage you to contact our team by email or phone in the first instance - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.
This guide is tailored to dapaanz registered addiction practitioners and those supervising and managing dapaanz registered addiction practitioners.
Matua Raki is pleased to have been part of a collaborative effort with He Waka Tapu and the University of Canterbury to produce a new resource to strengthen motivational interviewing (MI) training for Māori. Takitaki mai speaks to the harbingers of a new dawn.
This guide will enhance your understanding of the addiction treatment sector in New Zealand.
This resource has been put together by people with experience of opioid substitution treatment, with support from the Matua Raḵi consumer leadership group.
This resource supports the allied, non-specialist, workforce to provide brief interventions for people who are experiencing problems with substance use and gambling.
Matua Raki, with support from the Ministry of Health, has developed the Substance Impaired Driving: Treatment Guidelines for Addiction Practitioners to support the government's Drivers of Crime initiatives.