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Sunday 15 June 2014
The Mental Health Foundation is proud to announce the release of its new resource –Tihei Mauri Ora – Supporting whānau through suicidal distress.
Written with extensive consultation with Māori suicide prevention experts, whānau, and communities, this resource will help whānau and friends to support Read More
The rate of abortions performed last year was the lowest for 20 years, Statistics New Zealand said today http://t.co/TMDV6hFUjH— nzherald (@nzherald) June 18, 2014
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The power of vulnerability https://t.co/EBi0gHQ2nG— Jackie Sperling (@SperlingJackie) June 17, 2014
One2One peer support meetings are between a man who has experienced childhood sexual trauma and an experienced, trained peer support facilitator. It is a scheduled meeting, rather than casual, that occurs every two to four weeks and continues until the man chooses to end it. One2One meetings are approximately ninety Read More
Auckland Council is proposing a two-year ban on new liquor stores in the CBD to tackle alcohol-related disorder http://t.co/r2FYjGjtpJ— nzherald (@nzherald) June 17, 2014