ZOOM  under 30's PSYCOFFOGEE.  FRIDAYS 2:30-3:30

LINK: https://zoom.us/j/724081762?pwd=OG8zSUk1VlNrNDFobCtrZG5qS2NyZz09

Meeting ID: 724 081 762

Please download ZOOM onto your device and sign up if you want to take part.  This will take place FRIDAYS 230-330. 

Please email donna@centre401.co.nz if you want to take part in ZOOM PSYCOFFOGEE and I will send you the password.


We can host groups and workshops on ZOOM.  What groups would you like us to run.  Email Donna@centre401.co.nz with ideas.


Centre 401 is operating via Phone and ZOOM and EMAIL.  You can contact us for support on 838 0199 or facebook or email.  admin@centre401.co.nz.  
We are still operating just in a new way - contact us for support and information 


An April addition will be published.  Submit articles to donna@centre401.co.nz. Planet 401 is a recovery magazine for people with mental illness. Aprils theme is the challenge but any recovery related topics can be submitted. 


Testing for coronavirus will be available in Hamilton from tomorrow, Saturday 21 March.

The Community Based Assessment Centre will be held at Claudelands Event Centre, open from 8am to 8pm, accepting both drive-thrus and walk-ins. The entrance can be found at Gate 3, off Brooklyn Rd.

More COVID-19 info



The symptoms of COVID-19 are:
a cough
a high temperature (at least 38°C)
shortness of breath.
These symptoms do not necessarily mean you have COVID-19. The symptoms are similar to other illnesses that are much more common, such as cold and flu.
Shortness of breath is a sign of possible pneumonia and requires immediate medical attention.
We don’t yet know how long symptoms take to show after a person has been infected, but current World Health Organization assessments suggest that it is 2–10 days.
If you have these symptoms and have recently been overseas, or have been in close contact with someone confirmed with COVID-19, please telephone Healthline (for free) on 0800 358 5453 or your doctor immediately.

Mental Health Peer & Self Help Centre

Peer Support for people with Mental illness.

We offer a range of ways to benefit from the unique wisdom which we all bring to the Centre from our own experiences of recovery.

People can learn and share this wisdom at some of our weekly workshops or by making an appointment with a Quest worker to have regular catch ups to move forward in recovery and work through challenges you are experiencing.

You can use your creative skills to help with our initiatives such as our Mad Pride Gig, Matariki celebration or Planet 401 Magazine which are creative ways of sharing our stories of recovery.

Or you may just want to enjoy an informal cup of coffee with another person who has come into the Centre for that very same thing in one of our conversation areas.

To join Centre 401 Trust just make an appointment to become a member by calling 838 0199.

  • Wisdom through experience, Peer Support.
  • Being there, being with, being for, being real. 
  • We help people who have experience of Mental Illness.
  • Recovery & self help tools.

Weekly Workshops and Events - ALL CANCELLED


Countdown Liverpool st and Dinsdale who donated 2 x baby formulas and gripe water for prem twins.

WEL Trust Grant $2000 for TUNE UP

Jan Maree for MCing Mad PRIDE 

1 day - donations of prizes for MAD Pride

Countdown liverpool st blankets for Tune Up 

Rocket Coffee Roasters for supporting our Bean Insane fundraiser

Thank you!!