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Who can support you to create mental wellbeing

There are many ways workplaces can take action to create and support strong mental wellbeing. Below are some organisations to help you help your people.

If you know of an organisation you think should be added to this page email us.


WorkWell is a free, workplace wellbeing initiative that supports workplaces to ‘work better through wellbeing’. Developed by Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service, WorkWell can be adapted to any workplace and is available in various regions across New Zealand.

Auckland Regional Public Health Service

The Workplace Health and Wellbeing team at the Auckland Regional Public Health Service are able to give technical advice and guidance on health and wellbeing in the workplace. The team can support workplaces with best practice advice, tools and free programmes in the Auckland region.

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation provides a range of resources and links, including Open Minds and the Working Well handbook, and campaigns you can run within your workplace, such as Mental Health Awareness Week and Pink Shirt Day. Its information service can connect you with local services and help if you're supporting individual staff through distress.

Looking for alcohol and addiction services for your people? Try the alcohol and drug helpline

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