Do you have an interest in improving the quality of our mental health and addiction services?

The new mental health and addiction (MHA) quality improvement programme will see consumers and health agencies working together to continue to improve mental health services so people get the best care.

Regional MHA programme workshops being held in August are an opportunity to have input into the new five-year programme.

Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in improving the quality of our mental health and addiction services, including consumers and whānau along with all providers of MHA services is welcome to attend the one-day workshops. We are hoping to have representation of consumers, peers, tāngata whaiora, whānau / family members, Māori, Pacific peoples, PHOs, NGOs, DHBs, people working in planning and funding and quality, and data and information analysts from across the mental health and addiction sector.

We look forward to engaging with participants about national and regional priorities and how we can best work together to improve services and outcomes for all.

Dates of the workshops

Region City Venue Date
Central Palmerston North Awapuni Function Centre
Awapuni Racecourse 
7 August 
(9.30am - 3pm)
South Island Christchurch Russley Golf Club Function Centre 17 August 
(9.30am - 3pm)
Midland Rotorua Rydges Rotorua 29 August 
(9.30am - 3pm)
Northern Auckland Alexandra Park Function Centre 30 August 
(9.30am - 3pm)

Registration and more information

For more information about the workshops please email workshop convenor Maree Meehan-Berge or phone 027 555 8894.

For more detail about the MHA programme please email project manager Roz Sorensen or phone 09 580 9140.

Last updated 28/08/2017