2014 More than numbers workforce reports

The regional and DHB district reports give a summary of the results from the 2014 More than numbers organisational workforce survey.

These reports look at the workforce within each region or DHB district. They include information on roles, service types, workforce ethnicity, and vacancies. The reports also share information on current and future workforce challenges, knowledge and skill needs, and relationships within and across sectors.

Using the information in these reports will help to improve the quality of workforce planning. For more information visit the workforce planning and development initiative page

Snapshot of the workforce

  • 10,845 people are employed in adult mental health and addiction services.
  • 1,317 FTEs are in addiction teams.
  • 515 FTEs are in mental health and addiction teams.
  • 7,097 FTEs are in mental health teams.
  • Nurses and support workers make up 60 per cent of the workforce.

National reports

A full report and overview of the national mental health and addiction workforce are available.

Two other reports also focus separately on the addiction workforce and the mental health workforce

Regional reports

North Island DHB district reports

South Island DHB district reports

Visual reports