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  1. Video for Mental Health report "not radical enough" for Māori
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    Mental Health report "not radical enough" for Māori

    A Māori health provider is slamming the new Mental Health and Addictions report released by the government.  Te Rau Matatini chief executive Maria Baker says Māori have the worst outcomes but recommendations fail to give them a voice.

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    Mental Health Act outdated- Inquiry

    The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand has welcomed the Mental Health Inquiry's report to the Minister of Health.

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    Māori groups support call to boost addiction treatment funding

    Thirty organisations support an open letter calling on government to double funding for addiction treatment each year starting with next year's budget.  NZ's largest Māori health organisation, Hāpai Te Hauora, says there is an urgent need in Māori communities.

  4. Video for Mental health priority for Wellbeing Budget 2019
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    Mental health priority for Wellbeing Budget 2019

    Finance Minister Grant Robertson has confirmed mental health will be one of five top priority areas in Government’s first Wellbeing Budget next year.

  5. Video for More students accessing uni counselling services
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    More students accessing uni counselling services

    Data released today shows the use of counselling services by New Zealand university students has increased by nearly 25 percent in the last three years.

  6. Video for Youth talk Māori culture and mental health with royals
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    Youth talk Māori culture and mental health with royals

    More than 2,000 gathered to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess at Wellington’s Maranui Cafe where the couple arrived to discuss youth-led mental heath and suicide prevention projects.

  7. Video for Whanganui students clear "No means no!"
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    Whanganui students clear "No means no!"

    Consent, healthy relationships and sexual violence are not the usual topics covered at any school hall assembly. However, Whanganui City College students were able to discuss these and engage with Miss World NZ Jessica Tyson, a survivor of sexual abuse, who has been visiting schools in her hometown as part of her Beauty with a Purpose charity project, Brave.

  8. Video for Waikato elder calls for Māori autonomy in health
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    Waikato elder calls for Māori autonomy in health

    The Waitangi Tribunal has heard the first of 207 claims concerning inequalities and institutional racism in the health system. The Wai 2575 Health Services and Outcomes Inquiry being held at Turangawaewae aims to reform the system so that Māori are treated fairly and get fair opportunity to treat others.     

  9. Video for Mental health workers look to adopt new care method
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    Mental health workers look to adopt new care method

    Mental health workers are looking to adopt a new treatment approach "Open Dialogue" to improve how they help families affected by mental illness. Supporting Families Auckland says the Australian method is the best practice of holistic care.

  10. Video for Food garden project dedicated to mental health week
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    Food garden project dedicated to mental health week

    Mental health organisations hope to gain insight on the restorative affects of environmental interaction on the human psyche.

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