Feeling stressed out or dealing a particular mental health issue? Check out the resources including the fact sheets below for more support.

CADDRA is a Canadian non-profit, multi-disciplinary alliance of healthcare professionals working in the field of ADHD. They produce the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines – now in its 3rd edition – and assessment toolkits. CADDRA provides education, training and support on ADHD for healthcare clinicians through their annual national conference, training courses and eLearning portal
Casper (community action on suicide prevention, education & research) was founded by two mothers who lost their children to suicide. It was formed to promote changes to current suicide prevention legislation, policy and practice, provide support and networking for families bereaved by
This website from Western Australia has some useful information about anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Included are techniques for relaxation that may be useful for young people, adults and mental health practitioners.
Learn all about Cerebral Palsy and other common birth injuries.
A wealth of news and practical health information for parents, carers and young people.
Christchurch Earthquake - Taking care of yourself

Supportive tips from New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists (NZCCP)

This website has a range of evidence based pieces of advice on managing post-traumatic stress disorder following natural disasters.
Common Ground aims to ensure parents, families, whānau and friends of young people have easy access to information that will help them support young people to manage hard times, and enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing.
The depression helpline is a free 0800 number that people can call any time of the day for support. is a website that goes along with the helpline, features John Kirwan and has information and tips on managing depression