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10 October 2014

Get Active men’s group at Tauranga’s Opioid Substitution Service

People experiencing long-term dependence on substances can also experience increased anxiety, reduced self-image and social isolation. Meaningful activity can help address these issues and have a positive impact on a person's recovery.

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25 August 2014

Activity based experience

Richmond's ABE programme encourages people who experience mental health and/or addiction issues to engage in healthier lifestyles.

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9 April 2014

By Te Pou

Equally Well: Improving physical health outcomes of New Zealanders with a mental illness and/or addiction

In 2013, Te Pou and Platform started work to better understand and support the physical health of people with a mental illness and/or addiction. This began with a review of international and New Zealand evidence, and included a call for New Zealand evidence. Read an update on this project and key findings from the evidence review.

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9 April 2014

Warrant of OK Fitness making a difference

An initiative to encourage people with experience of mental health and/or addiction problems to think about their physical health in a more positive and proactive way is gaining momentum in Hamilton, through a user-friendly warrant of fitness for physical health.

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