The purpose of the Futures that Work scholarships and support programme is to grow the size and skills of the Pasifika Mental Health and Addiction workforce.
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With higher rates of mental illness and substance abuse than the general population, and an under-represented mental health and addiction workforce, Le Va’s Futures that Work programme focuses on growing the capacity and capability of the Pacific workforce to support a culturally relevant workforce to meet demand.
Growing the size and skills of the Pacific workforce takes more than just financial support, it's also about providing appropriate mentoring, coaching, cultural and pastoral care, as well as support identifying employment and career pathways. Futures that work is a three-step process.
Read about our 2017 Futures that Work Results.