Building a community of practice to support working with whānau/families

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Higher Ground

118 Beach Road

Te Atatu Peninsula

Auckland

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Please join Odyssey, Counties Manukau Health and Kina Trust at a special learning and networking event, kindly hosted by Higher Ground.

Open to people interested and active in assisting whānau/families affected by addiction, the event aims to bring together the experience and knowledge of people passionate about this work who are keen to advance it further.

The event will include:

  • Café-style discussions between community and service agencies

  • A presentation by Professor David Best, University of Derby, UK – an internationally recognised leader in this field

  • Discussion on resources and supports for people working with whānau/family

  • Plenty of time for informal discussion for those working in isolated contexts to connect with like minds.


This free event will be of interest to people working in mental health and addiction services, primary care or related agencies.

Morning tea and lunch are provided. Attendance will earn 10 DAPAANZ points.

Please contact Zeddy Chaudhry ZeddyC@odyssey.org.nz for further information about this event.


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