Mātou mema | Our members

Our nationwide network of member organisations work in community mental health, addiction, and wellbeing services in Aotearoa New Zealand, from the far north through to the deep south. You can find more information about our member organisations here.

Our members


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St Mark's Addiction Residential Treatment Centre - Platform Trust St Mark's Addiction Residential Treatment Centre Providing unique treatment in the top of the south, based on therapeutic community concepts with a family/whānau emphasis.  Stand Children's Services Tū Māia Whānau - Platform Trust Stand Children's Services Tū Māia Whānau Enabling New Zealand's most vulnerable children to be seen and heard, in safety, and have their dreams and hopes nurtured. Step Ahead Trust - Platform Trust Step Ahead Trust Supporting people who experience mental illness by providing activities that empower and rehabilitate members.  Stepping Out Hauraki Inc - Platform Trust Stepping Out Hauraki Inc An adult mental health and addiction consumer run organisation. Stepping Stone Trust - Platform Trust Stepping Stone Trust Providing psychiatric rehabilitation services in Christchurch. Supporting Families - Manawatu - Platform Trust Supporting Families - Manawatu Our Mission Our central focus is family and whanau: We provide the highest quality support, advocacy, education and services for all people, and the community affected by mental illness and addiction. Te Awhi Whanau Charitable Trust - Platform Trust Te Awhi Whanau Charitable Trust Established in 1994, Te Awhi is a kaupapa Māori community-based provider specialising in mental health and addiction support in the Waikato (Hamilton) and Te Tai Tokerau (Whangārei) regions. Te Kotuku Ki Te Rangi - Platform Trust Te Kotuku Ki Te Rangi Te Kōtuku Ki Te Rangi Charitable Trust (“Te Kōtuku”) is a kaupapa Māori mental health provider based in Avondale, Auckland. Te Paepae Arahi - Platform Trust Te Paepae Arahi Te Paepae Arahi combines Kaupapa Māori and Mainstream clinical practices. Delivered by our team of Kaiwhakarite (Social Workers), Kaitautoko (Support Workers) and also our Kaitohutohu (Mental Health Clinicians and DAPAANZ registered counsellors Te Pou - Platform Trust Te Pou Te Pou is a not-for-profit, national workforce development centre. Te Puna Hauora - Platform Trust Te Puna Hauora Te Puna Hauora is a kaupapa Māori healthcare services provider. Te Puna Oranga - Platform Trust Te Puna Oranga Te Puna Oranga was established in the 1980’s, Te Puna Oranga is a Kaupapa Maori Social Service, working with whanau impacted by Sexual Violence and other forms of trauma. Te Rūnanga O Kirikiriroa - Platform Trust Te Rūnanga O Kirikiriroa Providing a range of Kaupapa Māori Mental Health and Addiction Services to Hamilton and surrounding districts. Te Waka Whaiora Trust - Platform Trust Te Waka Whaiora Trust Providing Kaupapa Māori navigation and home based support services for people affected by mental health issues, alcohol and drugs. Te Whare Mahana - Platform Trust Te Whare Mahana Providing a range of community-based mental health services within the Golden Bay region. The Lifewise Trust - Platform Trust The Lifewise Trust We turn lives around for good. We’re working towards a society where everyone counts, where everyone feels that they belong and where everyone has a contribution to make. The Salvation Army - Platform Trust The Salvation Army An international movement and an evangelical branch of the Christian Church that expresses its ministry through a range of spiritual and social programmes. "Caring for People, Transforming Lives and Reforming Society by God’s Power.” Toi Ora Live Art Trust - Platform Trust Toi Ora Live Art Trust A unique shared creative space in the heart of Auckland city for people in support of their mental health and wellbeing. Tui Ora - Platform Trust Tui Ora The largest community-based health and social services provider in Taranaki. Turning Point Trust - Platform Trust Turning Point Trust Providing a suite of services designed to support people's chosen recovery paths.

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