LINKS AND RESOURCES
National Helplines Sept 2020
The updated version of links to all the National Helplines
Discover how Mindfulness can help you feel calmer and more aware
Depression and anxiety affects us all differently. It changes the way you feel, think and deal with tough times. On this site you can follow other people’s journeys to wellness or explore to find your own way to a better place.
WORRIED ABOUT HOW YOU FEEL?
Wondering where to turn for help? Doing a self test can help you decide.
TAKE A TEST
The Mental Health Foundation works to influence individuals, whanau, organisations and communities to improve and sustain their mental health and reach their full potential.
You will find information on mental health conditions, where to get help and how to support those you love and care about in our Get Help section. Although we are not a counselling or advice service, our information officers are happy to point you in the right direction to find help.
Facebook page for Golden Bay Peer Support
We provide information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and related conditions.
At DrugRehab.com, our mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. We are here to help you or your loved one every step of the way.
Recall Report is an online resource with information on mental health. We feature information for specific demographics, including men, women, seniors, children, students, veterans, homeless and more. At the same time, we extensively cover a wide range of health conditions, including important topics like abuse, suicide, addiction, eating disorders, PTSD recovery and rehabilitation.
A free online tool for anyone who needs some help working through a problem.
Beating the Blues treats depression and anxiety by using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
An interactive website for young people featuring a self-test, fact sheets, a moderated message board and video clips from high-profile young people talking about their experiences of depression.
An Australian youth mental health information service, includes a variety of apps and tools such as Smiling Mind app (relaxation techniques and meditation exercises), daily SMS tips and challenges.