Examples of our work

Joining the dots - a framework for change

Joining the dots - a framework for change

This paper describes a framework and a methodology to inform system-level change in the mental health and addiction sector in New Zealand. Phillipa wrote it for her presentation at the 7th Australasian Mental Health Outcomes and Information Conference (AMHOIC) in Auckland, New Zealand in October 2019.      Download... PDF (2MB)

Fast Track discussion paper

Fast Track - a discussion paper

This discussion paper, written by Phillipa on behalf of Te Pou and Platform Trust, highlights the key issues for the further development of the community support workforce in the mental health and addictions sector. Discussions are underway on how to make progress on the issues (and actions) that are highlighted in ‘Fast Track’, a companion paper to ‘On Track’.     Download... PDF (1.3MB)

On Track - a Roadmap

‘On Track’ is the development of a Roadmap that aims to inform, shape and influence the future direction of the mental health and addiction sector.

On Track publication

Working for Te Pou and Platform Trust, Phillipa coordinated this exciting initiative involving people from across the mental health and addiction sector and the wider health and social sectors.     Download... PDF (2MB)

NZ Navigator

Organisational self-assessment

A free tool that is available to all community groups in New Zealand.

The NZ Navigator tool helps to build strong and effective organisations and communities, enabling users to assess the performance of their organisation by rating all the important areas of the organisation’s operation.

NZ Navigator was established by a community partnership and is now administered by the NZ Navigator Trust. Phillipa project-managed the development of the tool. Barbara was a project team member, wrote the user guides and other content, and continues her involvement with NZ Navigator as the tool's technical administrator. Barbara is also a foundation Trustee, and currently contracted as the Hub Coordinator, for the NZ Navigator Trust.