Mental Health and Addiction Services

Mental Health and Addiction Services provide community-focused care, underpinned by recovery and harm reduction models. The services are supported by a 24-hour seven-day a week acute/crisis service and acute admission inpatient services. The Tauranga acute inpatient unit, Te Whare Maiangiangi, provides 24 beds and the Whakatāne acute/crisis inpatient unit, Te Toki Maurere, has 10 beds.

In terms of community services, the main ones provided in both areas are:

  • Community alcohol and drug
  • Mental health services for older people
  • Child and adolescent mental health
  • Community mental health

Within some of these services are sub-specialty services such as eating disorders, maternal mental health, early intervention, consultation and liaison.

Consumer and family /whanau advisors are available to provide service-user and family perspectives, and to offer advice to staff on consumer and family issues. Te Pou Korkiri cultural advisors are available to provide cultural support to Māori accessing services. The services work closely with community services, including supported accommodation providers, iwi-based groups, family and consumer groups.

 

Our crisis team contacts:

Tauranga 0800 800 508
Whakatāne 0800 77 4545

 

Resources 

Mental Health & Addictions Service Directory

Residential AOD treatment Services

Residential AOD treatment Resources

 

 

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What is Navigate?

Navigate is a collective of community organisations that support people who are dealing with mental health and addiction challenges to get well, connect with others, learn skills for life, and achieve their goals. CLICK HERE to find out more about the service we offer.

 

Last updated: July 20, 2020