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.
The results of the More than numbers organisation workforce survey are now available at regional and DHB district levels.Learn more
Supporting the reduction and prevention of personal restraint in mental health inpatient settingsLearn more
A range of new resources are available to help bring Let’s get real: Disability to life in organisations.Learn more
A Christchurch innovation shows how organisations can work together to help people experiencing mental health issues access the right supports, at the right time.Learn more
On July 1, the Alcohol and Drug Outcome Measure (ADOM) launched in all adult, community based addiction (outpatient) services across New Zealand. The use of ADOM as a routine outcome measure is a huge step forward for people using addiction services.Learn more