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Midland Perinatal and Infant Workshop - Bay of Plenty Area
The Midland Mental Health and Addiction Regional Network are undertaking projects to improve access to service for mothers and infants who experience mental illness during the perinatal period. The Network has already completed the first phase of the project which focused on specialist secondary mental health and addiction services; please click here for a copy of the report.
This workshop is for maternity service providers in primary care and includes primary maternal mental health as well as maternity professionals. It aims to:
- Improve knowledge of what services are available in Lakes
- Improve the referral process to/from mental health services
- Gather information to inform the work being undertaken on a local pathway for primary maternal mental health services (using Map of Medicine)
Working4Youth is an online resource providing notices, current events, projects, research & publications and networking for those working with and for young people in the Bay of Plenty.
Activity/Event Registrations open for September's Activate Month
We want to make sure you don't miss out on inclusion in September's
Play in the Bay Activate Month Calendar.
Registration close 31st July
Activate Month is a chance for Sports Clubs and groups to offer some 'have a go' type experience for their particular code. Feedback we receive is that people are often put off sports if they have to commit to a competition. They want to ' have a go' in a relaxed environment before being asked to join in on a regular basis. Here's your chance to give the community a positive fun experience with your sport, while enticing them to get involved more often in the future. See sportbop.co.nz for details
This newsletter has been designed to keep all services linked together and well informed, so we know what’s going on in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
To keep connected with events happening in the Bay of Plenty click here
To keep connected with trainings and workshops happening in the Bay of Plenty click here
To keep connected with job opportunities in the Bay of Plenty click here
Linkage has produced a colourful mini-directory to support young people in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Covering Whakatane, Kawerau and Opotiki, the pocket directory is aimed at linking young people who have general health or wellbeing concerns to accessible services. For copies of the pocket-sized directory to distribute, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800 932 432. The hard-copy directory is complemented by www.linkage.co.nz, the newly launched website featuring the Webhealth directory and a community noticeboard.
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