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Changing Minds AGM 2018

Monday 3 December, 6pm | Corban Estate Arts Centre | Changing Minds AGM 2018

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‘Being sectioned’ and compulsory assessment and treatment

In the wake recent events and increased attention of ‘being sectioned’ we have put together a bit of information to…

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Changing Minds Mad Hatters Tea Party

Come join us to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week and indulge in some sweet treats, fancy Hat swapping and backyard…

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Atawhai Festival

Atawhai is a festival created to help in the response needed for education around suicide prevention, and to raise awareness…

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Public Changing Minds’ Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry Submission

A public anonymous version of the Changing Minds' Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry Submission is available to read! The overall theme…

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Breathing Space – Community Art Making and City of Tales Exhibition!

Come and join our community of creativity and contribute to our City of Tales young artist exhibition! Workshops: Tuesdays 10…

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Job Opportunities – Administrator and Board Positions

Are you passionate about Mental Health, Addiction and Wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand? Are you ready to join an organisation…

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Changing Minds Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry Submission

Changing Minds Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry submission compiled from listening, collecting, collating and distilling voices from across Aotearoa New…

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Budget 2018 – Mental Health

Budget 2018 rating for its contribution to Mental Health and Addiction: C+ Losing marks for: - Not stating whether some…

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Wellbeing Manifesto for Aotearoa New Zealand

PeerZone and ActionStation are leading an open submission to the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction. The full submission…

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A new Mental Health Commission: some thoughts from our community | Mad in Aotearoa

“One of the election promises being kept by the incoming government is to bring back an independent mental health commission.…

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Mental health inquiry a blueprint for the future

We support the government’s decision to deliver on its commitment to a review of mental health and addiction services in…

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