Organisations can draw from Te Pou’s resources, tools and support to strengthen the services they deliver for people. Te Pou leads a range of initiatives designed to address workforce development needs. Some of our latest initiatives focus on improving the physical health of people with mental health and addiction issues, increasing access to talking therapies in New Zealand, and implementing the Alcohol and Drug Outcome Measure.
To mark World Mental Health Day 2015, the World Health Organization has published a fact sheet on dignity and mental health. Take a look.Learn more
Seeing yourself, and your happiness, linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding and creates connection with the people around you.Learn more
Manase Lua brings us up to speed about Te Pou's Autism workforce development project, including why we are doing this work, what it's about, who is involved, what's currently happening, and how you can find out more information.Learn more
The HoNOS refresher training course can now be completed online, at a time and place to suit you - for free!Learn more
Join us at the 5th Australasian Mental Health Outcomes and Information Conference, 11-13 November 2015 in Queenstown, New Zealand.Learn more