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Like Minds Like Mine Sept-Oct Panui 2012

Like Minds Like Mine Sept-Oct Panui 2012

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He P
ā
nui
 –
September/October 2012
He mihi nui kia koutou katoa. Greetings to you all from Whakaititia te Whakawhiu i teTangata Like Minds Like Mine Team at Te Korowai Hauora O Hauraki.
News from the Service Coordinator’s Desk 
 
Like Minds Like Mine, Te Korowai Hauora O HaurakiHead Office:
210 Richmond Street, PO Box 605 Thames 3540
Ph:
(021) 902 434
Email
Wow! Time has flown by and we are nearly into another year of Mental Health Awareness Week.Our exciting new initiative and project we havebeen working on for the last four months is ready to be launched in Thames on Tuesday 9 
th
October 2012 during Mental Health Awareness Week.
The new project “Turn the Page to Mental Healthand Wellness” is 
being introduced to the Thames Coromandel and Hauraki regions. Like Minds LikeMine, Thames-Coromandel District and Hauraki Libraries have joined today in collaboration indeveloping the project for our region.Turn the page gives people with mild to moderate mental health issues access to self-help books, CDs and DVDs that have been recommended by people with experience of mental illness, psychologists and counsellors.The booklist covers depression, bipolar, relationships, grief and loss, suicide, anxiety, stress and personal stories of hope and recovery from people who shared their journey to wellness.Like Minds Like Mine service co-ordinator Aaron Woolley says the programme will give peoplea greater understanding of mental illness, recovery and wellness.
“This is such a 
great opportunity for whanau/family members and the general community who maybe experiencing mental illness or have a loved one with mental illness to get a greater understanding so they can be there and stay involved which is a key part of the LikeMinds 
Like Mine programme’s messages,” Mr Woolley says.
 The Turn the Page booklist can be downloaded from 9th October 2012 from the Thames- Coromandel and Hauraki District Libraries websites, or you can email aaron@korowai.co.nz for a list. However, people are strongly encouraged to discuss any concerns they have aboutheir wellbeing with their GP or preferred health professional.Turn the Page will be launched on October 9th, during Mental Health Awareness Week inThames by our Guest Speaker Judi Clements who is the CEO of the Mental Health Foundationof New Zealand.Mental Health Awareness Week runs from October 8th
– 
14th 2012. Take time, take a breath,
take notice is this year’s theme. “We would like to acknowledge Puke Ariki, Like Minds 
Taranaki, Midlands Mental Health Networks and Matua Tony Waru for Turn the Page concept 
that was designed last year in Taranaki,” Mr Woolley says.
 
 
 
 
TAKE TIME TAKE A BREATH TAKE NOTICE 
This 
year’s 
theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2012 
Checkout events happening throughout the Waikato 
 
THAMES TUES 9
th
OCTOBERTurn the Page Launch at Thames Civic Centre
Like Minds Like Mine Te Korowai Hauora O Hauraki in collaboration with Thames-Coromandeland Hauraki Libraries a launching a new bibliotherapy programme will be introduced inThames-Coromandel and Hauraki Libraries in October. Turn the Page gives people with mildto moderate mental health issues access to self-help books, CDs, and DVDs that have beenrecommended by people with experience of mental illness, psychologists, counsellors.The booklist covers topics from depression, bipolar, relationships, grief and loss, suicide,anxiety, stress, relationships and personal stories of recovery and hope from people whoexperience mental illness. There are also DVDs and CDs available. This event is by invitationonly. For more information contact: Aaron 021 902 434 or e-mail: aaron@korowai.co.nz 
HAMILTON WED 10
th
OCTOBER 11.00am
1.00pmCome and Connect at Garden Place
Music, Personal Stories, Information and Education. Come and connect, be active, and takenotice with us. For more information contact: Phillipa Crequer on 07 854 9103 or e-mail:phillipa.crequer@waikatodhb.health.nz 
THAMES WED 10
th
OCTOBER 11.00amStepping out Hauraki 100 Sealey Street Thames
Come on down and checkout what we are all about. We are holding a Devonshire Tea. Formore information contact: Stepping Out Hauraki 07 868 5595 or e-mail: stepout@xtra.co.nz 
THAMES THUR 11
th
OCTOBER 11.00amStepping out Hauraki 100 Sealey Street Thames
Open Day with a BBQ and small Garage Sale. All welcome to come on down and join us tocelebrate mental health awareness week. For more information contact: Stepping OutHauraki 07 868 5595 or e-mail: stepout@xtra.co.nz 

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