Mental Health & Addictions Service
- Programme Areas
- Programme Type
Forensic, Residential support
All of New Zealand
- Age Groups
Most of our referrals come from the District Health Board's mental health and forensic teams. However, if you have any questions or to find out if this service is available in your area, please contact the Emerge Aotearoa office nearest you.
Emerge Aotearoa provides a number of residential rehabilitation options for clients who require 24-hour rehabilitative support. These services are provided in 'home-like' environments and are accessible to clients who are referred from Regional Rehabilitation Co-ordinators working for community mental health teams within various District Health Boards.
Emerge Aotearoa works collaboratively with clinical teams, clients and other organisations to ensure a safe transition into the services.
A key component of the service is supporting clients accessing services in the wider community. All services are all located in close proximity to shops, public transport and local amenities, and are aimed at clients who require continued support in order to regain independence and develop skills that facilitate independent living.
Intensive Rehabilitation Services
Emerge Aotearoa provides 24-hour high-level care and support to clients with serious mental health issues through its Intensive Rehabilitation Services (ISR).
The criteria for accessing ISR are determined by the contractual obligations we have with local District Health Boards.
Forensic Intensive Rehabilitation Services
Emerge Aotearoa provides 24-hour high-level care and support to clients with serious mental health issues and who have a forensic history.
For more information please contact your nearest Emerge Aotearoa Office
(09) 470 3530
Auckland: National Support Centre
(09) 265 0255
(09) 839 7301
(09) 847 9187
(07) 829 4395
(07) 348 4739
(07) 579 9020
(07) 579 9020
(06) 843 5119
(04) 589 9442
(03) 371 5599
West Coast (of the South Island)
0800 000 029
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This page was last updated at 1:51PM on March 29, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Emerge Aotearoa.