CENTRE 401 TRUST
TE WHARE WHAA RAU MA TAHI
WHAKATAUKI - Kia U. Kia Mau. Ko Te Atua Too Taatou Piringa. Ka Puta Ka Ora.
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.
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.
To become a member of CENTRE 401 just call and make an appointment.
CENTRE 401 NEWS
COVID LEVEL 1
Centre 401 Trust is still open for appointments, informal peer support and workshops however we ask people to still contact trace and hygiene protocols are to be followed.
Calendar Art Comp
Closes 8th December 2020 - Prize $100 voucher donated by Countdown Liverpool Street. Thank you!
XMAS BBQ - call reception to book your spot 16/12/2020
Weekly Workshops and Events - please see above for weekly updates on which workshops are running each week.
THANK YOU TO:
Countdown Liverpool street - $100 voucher for winner of calendar art comp
MSD Food Secure communities grant. 2020/2021
Lotteries - Tune Up 2020
Wel Energy Trust - Mad Pride 2020
MSD for food parcels for 25 members during level 4.
Bryant Trust, Wel Trust and HCC for grants for 15 tablets, covers and skinny jump for our Technology empowerment project.