Mental Health

Provides mental health information,

Assessment, treatment and support options for people over 18 years,

24hour, 7 days Mental health crisis response,

Clinical consult liaison provided for Primary Care and local agencies/services.

Address: Hospital Campus, Te Ore Ore Road, Masterton Phone: 0508 432 432

Non urgent 06 946 9808
The Child, Adolescent Mental Health Service is a specialist assessment and treatment service for young people between the ages of 0 - 19 years old who are considered to have moderate to severe emotional, behavioural, and mental health issues.

Address: Level 2, 40/51 Lincoln Road, Masterton. Phone: 0508 432 432 - 24 hr

A creative space for those who have used mental health services, their friends, family and the whole community.

Address: 16 Queen St, Masterton Phone: (06) 378 9777

A national, publicly funded programme aimed at reducing the stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness. 
Workshops available to the community:
- Hearing Voices that are Distressing
- Stigma & Discrimination
- Korowai Whaimana - Human Rights
- Be there, stay involved.
Phone 027 294 9027

Address: 323 Queen St, PO Box 2110, Masterton 5810 Ph: 027 294 9027 Phone: 06 377 3081

Provider of community based mental health and wellness services.
Fax: 06 370 6108

Address: Waiata House, 27 Lincoln Rd, PO Box 147, Masterton 5840 Phone: (06) 377 6101

Grief Counselling
Emma Greenlees is the Skylight counsellor in the Wairarapa. Emma provides support for children, young people, families and adults who are experiencing a wide range of grief and loss: including family break-up, bereavement, bereavement through suicide, family member with a chronic illness, children with anger/anxiety/bullying issues, and any major life change involving loss. Emma creates a safe environment that helps her clients to explore issues and move forward. Emma is based in Masterton. 

Phone: 0800 299 100

Social Workers are in decile 1-3 shcools with year 1-8 students. The service is free to students and their families and  completely voluntary.

Provides services for families and individuals who experience mental illness including:
- Vocational Services
- Family/whanau support
- Resource, Information and Support Centre
- Like Mind Like Mine (see separate entry)

Address: 323 Queen St, Masterton Phone: (06) 377 3081