Depression.org.nz A3 Posters - (Set of 3)

Free

These posters remind people about depression.org.nz. These posters are intended for health professionals, counsellors, and other support people to display in their spaces for people who could benefit from the help available on the website.

Organisations and individuals are welcome to order the posters they can be displayed at clinics, events, schools etc.

Supplied in set of 3.

Depression.org.nz A4 Posters - (Set of 3)

Free

These posters remind people about depression.org.nz. These posters are intended for health professionals, counsellors, and other support people to display in their spaces for people who could benefit from the help available on the website.

Organisations and individuals are welcome to order the posters they can be displayed at clinics, events, schools etc.

Supplied in set of 3.

Depression.org.nz Wallet Cards - (Pack of 50)

Free

These wallet cards remind people about depression.org.nz. These cards are intended for health professionals, counsellors and other support people to give to people who could benefit from the help available on the website.

Organisations and individuals are welcome to order of the cards they can be made available at clinics, events, etc. and the smaller wallet cards can be slipped into a pocket or wallet.

Supplied in bundles of 50.

Help for the Helpers A3 Poster

Free

COVID-19 has been difficult for many of us, with thousands of Kiwis losing their jobs. 

As part of our work addressing the mental health impacts of losing a job we partnered with some young people who had lost their jobs to develop resources that share their thoughts and advice. 

You can order these free posters to remind people that thelowdown.co.nz and depression.org.nz have ideas and support that might be helpful. 


Help for the Helpers Postcards (Bundle of 5)

Free

COVID-19 has been difficult for many of us, with thousands of Kiwis losing their jobs. 

As part of our work addressing the mental health impacts of losing a job we partnered with some young people who had lost their jobs to develop resources that share their thoughts and advice. 

Health professionals, counsellors, or anyone that is working with someone that has lost their job can order these free postcards to provide helpful tips to people they are supporting. 


Help for the Tough Times A2 poster

Free

This poster can be put up at schools/youth organisations to promote the Help for the Tough Times teen pocket guide.

The four websites featured are:
The Lowdown
Sparx
0800 What’s Up?
Youthline

Help for the Tough Times school staff reference guide

Free

This guide is for staff who will be distributing Help for the Tough Times guide to students or youth. It gives an overview of the features on each website.

The four websites featured are:
The Lowdown
Sparx
0800 What’s Up?
Youthline

Help for the Tough Times teen pocket guide

Free

Help for the Tough Times provides a quick guide to four New Zealand websites that were especially designed to support teenagers to help them find information that can help them when they are feeling stressed, anxious or out of their depth.

This pocket guide was co-designed for teens by teens. Health Promotion, Health New Zealand | Te Whatu Ora worked with two classes of Year 12 students who advised on the guide’s text, format, and design.

The four websites featured are:
The Lowdown
Sparx
0800 What’s Up?
Youthline

Mental Health Wellbeing Resources

Free

This A4 DL pamphlet that was designed to showcase the National Depression Initiative mental health and wellbeing resources and resources for young people developed by Le Va. This pamphlet is available for mental health sector stakeholders, health professionals and the general public. 

Play Your Best Card - take home pamphlet (bundle of 30)

Free

These pamphlets help are given to young people to encourage them to reflect on their conversations after playing Play Your Best Card, a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people.

You can view and download the pamphlet here.

Find out about Play Your Best Card.

Play Your Best Card – game

Free

Maximum two sets per order. This is only available for schools and kura.

Play Your Best Card is a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people. It also encourages them to discuss challenges and what to do in a range of different situations.

The game is key to raising awareness of youth organisations that you can contact when you need help. It aims to inspire teens’ critical thinking and encourage them to have conversations about issues that they are going on for them right now, or that they might encounter in the future.

For more details, visit www.hpa.org.nz/education/play-your-best-card.