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Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources

5 Habits for Happiness

5 Habits for Happiness. Click to download PDF

Stairway of Stress

Stairway of Stress. Click to download PDF

Worried about workmates

Worried About A Workmate. Click to download PDF

51 Seconds you can afford to lose

Clay Tells Stories

A problem shared is a problem halved. Talk to someone and share that burden.

Man Therapy

Dr. Rich Mahogany

Learn ways for men to deal with serious life problems such as divorce, depression or suicidal thoughts from male therapist, Dr. Rich Mahogany.

Five Ways to Wellbeing

Mental Health Foundation

The Five Ways to Wellbeing, help people stay mentally well.

Stay A Float

Stay A Float

Good health prevents illness in our bodies and in our minds. Learn about wellness strategies, tips and ideas for your body and your mind.

Wellness at Sea Booklet

Sailors Society

Depression, anxiety and mental health: Recognising the signs and symptoms and simple things that you can do to keep mentally healthy.

Small Steps

Te Hiringa Hauora

Digital tools, resources, and information to support, maintain or improve mental wellbeing.

Other Resources

Mental Health Foundation

Mental Health Foundation NZ

Creating a society free from discrimination, where all enjoy positive mental health & well-being. Improving individuals, whānau, organisations and communities.

Campaigns & Resources

Mental Health Foundation NZ

There are many ways to get involved with Wellbeing. Here's where to start.

Men and Depression

Mental Health Foundation NZ

Depression is a common experience. Learn more about depression specifically in men.

Mental Health Topics


Learn how to manage the ups and downs of life using strategies to keep your life in balance, so you can have fun, restorative and connected times.

Wellness at Sea

Sailors' Society

Our Wellness at Sea programme gives seafarers the tools to manage issues like lonelIness, money worries, stress and relationship breakdown before they turn into a crisis.

Mental Wealth

Le Va 

Programme for young people that equips them with knowledge, tools and skills to reduce stigma, improve well-being, spot warning signs of mental distress, and provide access to the right care and support.

Let's talk about mental health - Article

Seafood NZ

Article on mental health in the fishing indusrty

Call 0800 ADRIFT for support any day between 7am and 10pm or email to access the support you need. We also have a growing library of free resources available for you to access on our website.