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Te Puāwaiwhero: The Second Maori Mental Health and Addiction National Strategic Framework 2008-2015

New Zealand Ministry of Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans New Zealand 24 July 2008 Policy document 9780478317558 Indigenous peoples, substance use

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The Second Maori Mental Health and Addiction National Strategic Framework 2008-2015 reinforces current mental health and Māori health policy. This includes the overall aim of He Korowai Oranga, and whānau ora: Māori families supported to achieve their maximum health and wellbeing, and Te Tāhuhu - Improving Mental Health.

Te Puāwaiwhero concentrates on prioritised actions from Te Kōkiri to address Maori mental health population need matched with most recent evidence from Te Rau Hinengaro - The New Zealand Mental Health Survey, launched in 2006.

Similarly to Te Kōkiri, Te Puawaiwhero was developed in partnership with DHBs alongside key people in the Maori mental health and addiction sector.

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