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Peer support work in the mental health and/or addiction workforce is provided with purpose and in context. Peer support workers are trained to support people experiencing mental health and/or addiction issues towards wellbeing.
This week is a new beginning for Te Pou and Matua Raki as we've now formally merged. Monday was our first official day of working as one and Matua Raki is now based at our Tory Street office in Wellington.
It has been a great journey working in partnership with Matua Raki and the Werry Centre to bring together work supporting services in managing co-existing mental health and addiction disorders.