Te Hiringa Mahara
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission officially unveiled its new name Te Hiringa Mahara at a ceremony in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington on 5 July.
Te Hiringa Mahara signifies positive energy, thoughtfulness, encouragement, confidence and strength. The new name embraces their role as kaitiaki of mental health and wellbeing and is an expression of the commitment to being an organisation grounded in Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Te Hiringa Mahara: Te hinengaro tūmata tōrunga pai o te whakaaro nui - Igniting minds through positive energy and thoughtfulness.
- Watch the Te Hiringa Mahara launch on YouTube
He Ara Āwhina
Te Hiringa Mahara has released the final He Ara Āwhina (Pathways to Support) framework.
He Ara Āwhina describes what an ideal mental health and addiction system looks like. This will be used to assess, monitor, and advocate for improvements to Aotearoa’s mental health and addiction system, including services.
- Read more about He Ara Āwhina