Te Pou leads a range of initiatives designed to address workforce development needs. Organisations can draw from Te Pou’s resources, tools and support to strengthen the services they deliver for people.
With the contemporary appetite for using te reo properly; correctly and with respect, the Te Reo Hāpai project is researching and, where appropriate, creating 200 Māori words and terms that adequately and accurately reflect the best use of Te Reo Māori in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors in 2016 and into the future.Learn more
At Te Pou we believe “the best outcomes in mental health care will be found in the marriage of two types of expertise working in partnership – expertise by profession and expertise by experience.” That is why Handover is now co-edited edited by a mental health nurse and a person with lived experience.Learn more
Are you ready for TheMHS? Registration is open and the preliminary program is available now.Learn more
An update of activities and initiatives from Matua Raḵi, Te Pou, Te Rau Matatini and The Werry Centre, happening in July - September 2016Learn more
Te Pou is now on Twitter and LinkedIn. Connect with us to keep up to date with the latest initiatives, programmes, news and views from the mental health, addiction and disability sectors. We'd be pleased to hear from you.Learn more