We are thankful to be supported by a diverse range of organisations and people within New Zealand and overseas.
Our partnerships, collaborations and funders are vital to the work we do, and we are thankful for their support and guidance.
By bringing our expertise, resources and passion together, we have a greater impact on young people’s mental health.
Together, we are making a difference that lasts.
Our Collaborating Partners
The Child and Adolescent Research Network (CARN)
The Child and Adolescent Research Network (CARN), aims to increase collaboration between child and adolescent mental health researchers and clinicians, within New Zealand and overseas.
CARN’s mission is to improve the mental health of infants, children and adolescents in New Zealand through research, by providing support, funding and fostering collaboration on large impactful projects.
Cochrane Common Mental Disorders
Providing evidence to support health decisions about children and young people’s mental health is a major priority for Cochrane Common Mental Disorders. As such, they have recently established a Children and Young People Satellite that focuses on children and young people’s mental health.
Based at the University of Auckland and led by Associate Professor Sarah Hetrick, this satellite is working closely with a range of stakeholders to identify and prioritise research gaps in child and youth mental health. Find out more about their current priority setting project here.
ICAMH.org is a free New Zealand-based service that provides reliable and up-to-date information, support and training in infant, child and adolescent mental health.
The team at ICAMH.org believe that by sharing our resources and knowledge, we can help each other, reduce stigma about mental health and improve the wellbeing of all children and families.
Whāraurau is a national centre for infant, child and adolescent mental health (ICAMH) workforce development.
The Centre provides national training and workforce development within the child and adolescent mental health sector.
The team is grateful to…
The Ted and Mollie Carr Trust and The Rotary Club of Downtown Auckland for their continued co-promotion of international researchers via the significant financial support.
The Duke Family, through Cure Kids, for their support and funding of the Cure Kids Duke Family Chair and associated research fellows.