MATES in Construction is a suicide prevention charity operating across the construction sector, which takes a worker led approach to delivering onsite training, workshops and support services to increase help seeking and offering amongst the construction workforce.
Kōrero doesn’t just happen indoors. We’re reminded today: “It's often the little things that bring us joy. The singing birds, the grass beneath our feet, the wind on our faces - being in nature is great for our wellbeing.” So, spend time today outdoors with those in...
Take time to korero - a little chat can go a long way Read what people are doing for their wellbeing - and what is happening during this week all around NZ!
The Health Minister, Andrew Little, was in Mapua on Monday to announce more funding to support people with mild to moderate mental health and addiction needs.
It’s Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week so in tribute to that… Check out some excellent online resources and take a moment! https://www.reomaori.co.nz/ Gardening by the Maramataka/Māori lunar calendar...
Kiwis have used lots of words to describe how they’re feeling – anxious, overwhelmed, hōhā, over it – but at the end of the day, it all came down to one word: we’re all feeling a bit meh. And, that’s totally understandable. With lockdown extended in Auckland, the...
The plan aimed to help 100 acute mental health or addiction patients transition from inpatient wards in hospitals back into the community, by providing housing and other wraparound support.
“So many families don’t get that second chance we do here, and we were so lucky..." says Martin's ex-wife.
Half of the world’s children experience violence on and offline in some form every year
One Maori word for kite is... come and join us, New Lynn Library, 3 Memorial Drive, New Lynn
Enjoy the stories and wellbeing support from our people, about our people, for our people……
He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata
What’s happening in our West Auckland community ….
WALSHtrust is a uniquely homegrown service offering wellbeing support and we’re proud of its community-based origins. The West Auckland communities represent the Trust’s lifeblood and are at its heart.