Mental Health & Addiction Services
Peer Support is a community based service which provides support, education, information and advocacy to a person who has, or may be developing, a major mental illness or addiction.
The service is youth focused and can be done in a place where the youth and their whānau feel most confortable.
Even if they do not make the original referral, your family GP will be kept informed and involved as the primary medical caregiver.
Anyone can make a referral, including the young person or their whānau. We get most of our referrals from GP’s, family, friends, medical specialists, school guidance counsellors, Police Youth Aid, school and education services, the Children & Young Persons & Their Families Agency or community groups.
Children and adolescents up to 19 years of age.
Our Peer Support Service covers the Western Bay of Plenty region.
This service is free of charge for all eligible persons.
10 Tebbs Lane
Courtney Rd, Gate Pa
Phone: 07 577 4911
0800 800 508
After hours, weekends and public holidays emergency calls need to go to the Crisis Assessment & Treatment Service.
If you or a family member are in need of aid for any mental health issues, from depression to addiction, please contact us for support and advice. We have a lot of services that can help.