Te Whatu Ora Resources
Welcome to our resource store.
On this website you can find and order in hard copy, Te Whatu Ora resources, including a range of pamphlets, booklets, posters and other resources, on the topics covered in its work programme areas.
If you are unable to find the resource you are looking for or are looking for a resource on another health topic, please also look at the HealthEd website. This is an online catalogue of over 500 health resources covering 44 topic areas.
For more information about our work at Te Whatu Ora work, please visit our website. Our corporate and research reports can also be found on this site.
Te Whatu Ora welcomes your comments or suggestions about our ordering website. Please email us.
Mental HealthView all in Mental Health
Our goal at Te Whatu Ora is for New Zealanders to experience positive mental health and wellbeing. We aim to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety on the lives of New Zealanders, and create a nation that values and includes people with experience of mental illness, so that all New Zealanders can participate in society and in the everyday life of their communities and whānau. This work encompasses two programmes of activity:
National Depression Initiative – This initiative focuses on reducing the impacts of depression and anxiety on adults and young people through early recognition and appropriate treatment. Find out more at depression.org.nz and thelowdown.co.nz. You can find resources that promote these two websites on this page.
Like Minds, Like Mine – This is a national programme to increase social inclusion and reduce stigma and discrimination for people with experience of mental illness. The programme is guided by the Like Minds, Like Mine National Plan 2014-2019.
For more information about what we do, please see: hpa.org.nz/programme/mental-health
Minimising Gambling HarmView all in Minimising Gambling Harm
Our Safer Gambling Aotearoa campaign aims to increase awareness of the early signs of harmful gambling and encourage people to seek help and take positive action early, both for themselves and for others they care about. Safer Gambling Aotearoa encourages people to choose to do something about harmful gambling.
Te Whatu Ora promotes these messages at a national level and works with various services around the country to promote these at a local level.
For more information about what we do, please see: hpa.org.nz/programme/minimising-gambling-harm
Nutrition and ActivityView all in Nutrition and Activity
Te Whatu Ora provides tools and resources about nutrition and activity to support people who work with families and communities.
Topics of focus include:
- reducing consumption of sugary drinks and promoting water as the drink of choice
- encouraging people to sit less and move more in workplaces
- providing fast, easy and affordable family meal ideas
- encouraging families to be active together
- introducing solids to babies – best foods to try, when and how
AlcoholView all in Alcohol
Our work at Te Whatu Ora is to reduce alcohol-related harm is comprehensive in its approach. It includes national marketing campaigns, resource and tools to support legislative requirements, community action and health sector agencies as well as alcohol-related advice and research.
In this section, you can find our alcohol resources that are available to order in hard copy.
Other Te Whatu Ora alcohol resources that are available to download only can be found on the publications section of our Alcohol Resources website.
Our alcohol research reports can be found here.
For more information about our alcohol advice and work, or if you are looking for items no longer in print, please see alcohol.org.nz
SmokefreeView all in Smokefree
Te Whatu Ora, alongside many other organisations, is working toward the Government’s goal that New Zealand be smokefree by 2025 – with a smoking prevalence of less than 5% of the population. Our contribution to this change focuses on key audiences – young adults and youth, with a particular emphasis on Māori.
For more information about what we do, please see: smokefree.org.nz
Additional smokefree resources are available at: https://www.smokefree.org.nz/resource-library