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Auckland offices are currently closed due to COVID level 3 restrictions. Te Pou offices outside Auckland have limited staff and restricted access onsite, so please call if you wish to visit. However, we are all working, and you can contact us by email or phone. Stay safe everyone.

A new resource is now available with questions and answers that people with experience of mental health and addiction challenges may have about the COVID-19 vaccination including:

  • How the vaccination was developed
  • How it works
  • Addressing misinformation, overcoming fear and engendering trust
  • Information for the lived experience workforce

A resource for tāngata whai i te ora, tāngata mātau ā-wheako and their whānau, as well as people working in mental health and addiction services. It is informed by a survey carried out by Changing Minds, a Whāriki o te Ara Oranga he aka hui in July 2021 hosted by Dr Edwin Reynolds from the Immunisation Advisory Centre (IAC) and with extensive support from Equally Well champions, Te Pou and the IAC team.



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