About Us
Tough times can take a toll on our wellbeing. We might be feeling all sorts of emotions right now but with the support of friends, whānau, our community and those we love, we can get through this like we’ve done before.
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Many people in Aotearoa right now will be experiencing some level of mental discomfort or distress – it’s a very human and normal response to this hard time we’re living through.

For most of us, that distress won’t rise to the level of a mental health problem that requires professional attention. We might need help and support, but we can get that help and support from ourselves, our friends, whānau, workplace and community.

That’s where All Sorts comes in.

We’ve built this programme around five key ingredients for psychosocial wellbeing: :

- Hope
- Agency
- Connection
- Calm
- Safety

We’ve done this with the aim of giving you hope that your community is taking steps every day to look after you, your whānau and each other; reminding you of the things you can do to look after yourself and those you love and bringing back some of that agency and control that the pandemic and natural disasters might have taken away.

This site has been developed by the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand and is funded by Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand.
Kei roto i te pōuri, te marama e whiti ana.

If you do need extra help, visit our further support page.