MASH Trust - Mental Health and Addiction Services
Mental Health & Addictions Service
Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services
- Programme Areas
Maternal & infant - mental health & addictions, Addictions - drug & alcohol, Addictions - other
- Programme Type
Peer support (AOD), Community / social support (AOD), Coexisting problems – mental health & addictions, Residential alcohol & other drug treatment, Community based support - other, Advocacy / group / family whānau support (AOD), Maternal alcohol & drug addiction
Hawkes Bay, MidCentral
- Age Groups
Adult / pakeke
- Referral Types
Self referral, GP, DHB clinical services, Corrections
Are you eligible for our service?
- Has your substance abuse begun to cause you significant problems in your life?
- Do you want to make positive changes in your life?
- Do you live in the MidCentral or Hawkes Bay DHB region?
If you meet these three criteria then you are most likely eligible for our service.
The Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Service covers the MidCentral and Hawkes Bay DHB areas. The programmes in this service have been developed on recovery principles to enable those with alcohol and/or other drug issues who have simultaneous mental health difficulties to regain or develop control over their lives and begin to establish the skills needed to achieve a life that they feel is fulfilling. Interventions are based on co-existing mental health and substance use frameworks. This service provides various levels of care to assist people within the MidCentral and Hawkes Bay DHB area who are experiencing significant impairment to the function of their everyday life due to their alcohol and/or other drug use. We believe in people and their ability to make changes. The levels of care include:
- Facts and Effects (MidCentral only)
- Weekly Community Support Groups
- One to One Counselling Support
- Community Programme
- Residential Programme
Visit the MASH Trust website for more information.
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This page was last updated at 4:02PM on June 30, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by MASH Trust - Mental Health and Addiction Services.