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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Government investment in mental health is just a drop in the bucket for Canterbury

    Government investment in mental health is just a drop in the bucket for Canterbury


    The Maia Health Foundation is fundraising to build for a new outpatient facility for child and youth mental health in Christchurch -- which missed out on recent funding.

    CEO Michael Flatman says our health infrastructure has holes that need patching.

    He says despite tens of millions being pumped into the region's facilities -- more is needed to make the spaces fit for purpose.

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