Services available in the Wairarapa
The Mental Health Service provides specialist mental health services for the Maori and non Maori people of the Wairarapa region, who are experiencing a moderate to serious mental health problem.
As a service we are committed to respecting our obligations to the Treaty of Waitangi, and providing culturally safe and appropriate services in partnership with consumers / tangata whaiora and their families/whanau.
Adult Community Mental Health Services (Masterton)
Provides mental health information, assessment, treatment and support options for people >18 years.
- 24/7 Mental health crisis response
- Clinical consult liaison for Primary Care, and local agencies / services.
- Free 24 hour line: 0508 432-432
- Business hours phone: 06 946-9805
- Fax: 06 946 9835
- Address: Hospital Campus Te Ore Ore Road Masterton
Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
Provides mental health information, assessment, treatment and support options for children/tamariki and young people /rangitahi aged 0 – 19 yrs and their whanau/ families.
- Clinical consult/liaison for Primary Care, Schools, local services, and parents.
- Phone 06 946 9808
- Fax: 06 946 9849
- Address: 20 Victoria Street Masterton
- After hours mental health crisis - call free phone 0508 432-432
Provides individual alcohol, drug & gambling information, assessment and counselling for young people and adults and their families/ whanau.
- Intensive outpatient programme, support group and relapse prevention group
- ‘Driving Forward’ impaired driver programme
- Opioid substitution treatment programme
- Freephone 0800 208 4278
- Phone: (06) 370610227
- Lincoln Road, Masterton
Te Hauora Runanga O Wairarapa (CAMHS)
Provides Kaupapa Maori mental health support services
- Drug and alcohol information, assessment, treatment and support services
- Koroua and Kuia Maori Disability Rongoa Services
- Freephone 0800 666744
- 15 Victoria Street, Masterton
Supporting Families Wairarapa
Provides support for family/whanau/friends who care for someone with a mental health or addiction issue with education, information and advocacy
- Supporting people with experience of mental illness or other disability into employment, further education and community participation
- Reducing stigma around mental illness and disability through education and support
- Phone: 06 - 377 3081
- Connect to support at 323 Queen Street, Masterton
Oasis Network Inc – Peer Advocacy
Oasis Network provides Peer Advocacy, for people, and by people, who have had experience of mental health and/or addiction issues in order to find solutions to the barriers they may face. This is a free service to support you. Oasis Peer Advocates work for you – and act only on instruction from you.
Pathways and Workwise – Community Support and employment services
Provides a range of support services around housing, practical daily living, employment and being healthy, we help people with experience of mental illness and addictions to live well in the communities of their choice. Workwise Employment Consultants provide employment services and can be contacted directly.
People accessing Pathways and CareNZ services will also be offered Workwise employment services
- Pathways: (06) 370 6101
- Workwise: (06) 370 6100
- Waiata House, 27 Lincoln Road, Masterton
King Street Artworks
Help yourself to the healing power of art
King Street is a creative space to which anyone can come and recover from mental illness and addiction or simply to maintain their mental health and wellbeing.