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Engage Community Resources Directory Updated 3 July 2013

The Engage Community Resources Directory has had another round of updates added, including…

  • A Psychiatrists Section that lists most of the community mental-health services in the country
  • More Crisis Teams
  • Rotorua, Tokoroa, Hamilton therapists added
  • Plus other services that have been sent in from community members. Keep them coming, guys!

The information manager at Engage Aotearoa still has stacks of services waiting to be added, so keep an eye out for next month’s update. As usual, there is so much more waiting to be shared.

Visit The Community Treasure Chest to check out your own copy of The Community Resources Directory.


Far North Services Added to Community Resources Directory

Mental-health recovery resources from the Far North were added to most sections of the Community Resources Directory on the Engage Aotearoa website on the 1st of March.

The directory is now nearly 70-pages long and the Far North sub-sections include services from Whangarei, Kerikeri, Kaikohe, Dargaville, Kawakawa and Kaitaia that can be used to promote recovery, including creative connections, psychologists and counsellors, support services and more. 

If you spot something missing or have information to fill in the many gaps, please contact info@engagenz.co.nz.  

Community Resources Directory Updates

The Community Resources Directory was updated on Christmas Eve and again on the 27th of January.

What’s new in the Community Resources Directory? 

  • Sub-sections for National, Upper North Island, Lower North Island and South Island services have been added where information is available. Future updates will continue to expand these regional sub-sections until the Directory becomes a nation-wide resource.
  • A new combined Child, Youth and Family/Whanau section
  • New psychotherapy, counselling and psychologist services added for Christchurch and Auckland

Coming Soon

  • Crisis Lines section
  • Anger Management section
  • Resources from the Gisborne region added to each section (thanks to pamphlets collected on a recent trip to the area).

Make the resource work for you and your people! 

  • Tell us about the mental-health resources in your region!
  • Tell us about your service and the resources you use!

Email info@engagenz.co.nz and we will include the info in our next update.

The Community Resources Directory makes it easy for people to find the recovery resources they need.

It is designed to be freely downloaded and shared.

If you are a service provider, you can help empower your service-users by making a printed copy of The Directory available in your waiting room.