Te Hiringa Mahara aims to hear and reflect the voices of communities, people with lived experience of distress or addiction, whānau and supporters, and groups who experience greater barriers to wellbeing.
We are committed to prioritising the aspirations of tāngata whaiora and tāngata mātau-ā-wheako Māori and people with lived experience of mental distress, substance harm, gambling harm or addiction in all that we do, as outlined in our Lived Experience Position Statement.
Your views are important to us, and we encourage you to have your say to improve mental health and wellbeing outcomes for all people in Aotearoa.
Tell us about your experience accessing, or trying to access, mental health and addiction services. We are inviting input by 30 November 2023.
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See our list of past consultations