Information

Feeling stressed out or dealing a particular mental health issue? Check out the resources including the fact sheets below for more support.

E.g., 11/2017
The BuzzFeed Community shared how they show support to friends and family who live with anxiety, or how friends and family have helped them through their own anxiety.
The ADHD Association website has information for families, young people and adults with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, including how to access locally available resources and services.
www.alcohol.org.nz has information for people who are worried about whether they, or their friends, are drinking too much. There are interactive games where you can test if you know how much is in a standard drink, tips on staying safe and in control while drinking, ideas for hosting parties, and info on getting help if drinking is a problem for you.
Ways of coping with the stress of anger, conflict, violence and bullying.
Ask Aunty Dee Well Being App

The purpose of the ‘Ask Aunty Dee’ well being app is to help people cope with stressful life experiences through support with problem solving.

View the Info Sheet (.pdf)

For more info, visit www.auntydee.co.nz

This Australian website has a number of useful resources for families, young people and professionals to access on issues of trauma, including bullying and disasters, as well as grief management.
Balance NZ is a charitable trust that makes a difference in the lives of those affected by mental health issues with a focus on mood disorders. Its website has useful information on bipolar disorder as well as other mood disorders.
This UK based website offers useful information about resilience and how to improve it.