Organisations can access resources to improve the way they respond to people experiencing co-existing problems.
International evidence shows that for people experiencing mental health issues, having a paid job is a key part of getting and staying well.
Te Pou is a source of resources, tools and support to develop leadership in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors.
Let’s get real is a framework that supports people working in mental health and addiction to develop the right knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to effectively support people using services.
More than numbers is a project to gather data on New Zealand's adult mental health and addiction service workforce.
On Track is a road map for non-government mental health and addiction organisations.
Evidence based tools are available to support in-patient services to reduce seclusion and restraint, developed by Te Pou with support from the Ministry of Health.
Te Pou is a source of information, resources and research to help the sector develop and grow the peer workforce in a sustainable and measured way.
People working in mental health and addiction can access Skills Matter funding to take part in postgraduate training.
SPARK is a workshop developed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Te Pou partnered with MHCC to adapt the workshop for New Zealand participants.
Te Pou has produced a range of resources to support the development of sustainable, effective supervision processes.
Te Pou provides tools and guidance to support organisations to deliver effective talking therapy programmes.
Te Pou is a source of information and resources to support organisations to integrate workforce planning with service development.