Welcome to CoLiberate.

Mental Health First Response Skills Training for your Workplace.

 

Effective Delivery

Our team of facilitators are highly skilled in delivering our trainings In-Person and to Remote-based teams.

 

Our Vision...

To enable people with Mental Health support and effective response capability! We want people to be better supported - and feel confident giving support. Are you with us?

Our purpose is to enable the Mental Health Support capability of everyday New Zealanders.

Our Vision is that every single New Zealander has a trusted someone who will notice when someone may be having a hard time and can reach out to help connect with the right professional and social supports. Becoming a CoLiberate trained trusted someone so that you know how to recognise when a friend or colleague is in distress. Confidence to start the conversation will make all the difference!

Our Offerings.

 

For Organisations

Opportunities for Individuals

Public MHFR 1- Day Courses

We run monthly Mental Health First Response public courses online or in Person in Wellington.

Available Courses + Bookings

These dates don’t work? Fill out an Expression of Interest Form to be first to know about upcoming courses.

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Need to Recertify?

If you already have an MHFR certification through us, we can now recertify you in this training.

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Our Impact.

Our Vision is that every single New Zealander has a trusted someone who can notice when they are not doing okay, and can reach out to help them connect with the right supports. Become a CoLiberate trained trusted someone so that you know how to recognise when a friend or colleague is in distress. Confidence to start the conversation will make all the difference!

 

Based on our most recent Impact Survey of all the people trained, it is estimated that First Responders are having on average 3.4 critical supportive conversations every single week. This means that over 100,000 supportive conversations are happening every single year. Some of these conversations have significantly improved lives and some have even saved lives. 

2,061

First Responders Certified

307

Organisations with Mental Health Response Capability

85

people have been funded to do this training

100

of people report having an increase in confidence to support others post-course.