Healthy Christchurch Notices
Notices and newsletters from Healthy Christchurch.
Healthy Christchurch publishes newsletters three times throughout the year. The newsletters are created to advise signatories of the Healthy Christchurch Support Team's activities. The work of signatories is also often highlighted, where their work relates to the Healthy Christchurch priorities or to the Charter.
These newsletters are distributed to all Healthy Christchurch Signatories, by email or post. Members of the public may request a copy of the newsletter.
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- You are invited to attend a FREE workshop with Healthy Christchurch and Regenerate Christchurch. The purpose of the workshop is to help develop an overarching vision and objectives for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor
- Healthy Christchurch has a great opportunity to expand – we want to work together to figure out what’s next
- Kia ora koutou. You are invited to a FREE Healthy Christchurch Lunchtime Seminar with Human Rights Specialist Sally Carlton from the Human Rights Commission.
Date: Thursday 30th March 2017Time: 12.15 to 1
- Kia ora
Life has lots of up and downs for all of us.
You never know what any other person is dealing with at any time
- All Righ? media release: Tuesday 21st February 2017
As we approach the 6th anniversary of the 22nd February 2011 earthquake, Cantabrians are reminded to take a moment to think about what they are doing for their mental health
- Kia ora Far out Canterbury - it's FEBRUARY!
Hope you're doing all right and had some time to relax and refresh over the past few weeks
- You doing all right? It's been nearly two weeks since we were all jolted awake in the early hours of the morning
- Kia ora
It’s hard to believe it hasn’t even been two weeks since the the earth started rumbling again
- All Right? Media release: 23rd November 2016
The All Right? campaign is urging those affected by the current earthquake sequence to take extra care of themselves
- You doing ok?
Sunday night's shake was a real rude awakening, and the aftershocks haven't made things any easier. It's been awful seeing towns cut off, with no power and water, and significant property damage. It will take some time to recover
- Hardwire yourself for happiness
While we're often happiest when we live in the moment, the busyness of modern life can make it tricky to be present, enjoy our lives and notice the world around us. That’s where mindfulness comes in..
- Ready for a recharge? What a stunner of a weekend Ōtautahi! If you’ve been feeling a tad jaded today, or if you’d just like a bit more juice in your tank, we reckon the tips in this email are just what you need (and more effective than an energy drink or
- The greater Christchurch Psychosocial Committee plans, coordinates, promotes, and monitors the psychosocial recovery and wellbeing of the population of greater Christchurch
- Kia ora Canterbury!
We don't know about you but the warmer weather, daffodils, blossom and lighter evenings has put a new spring in our step.
So much so, we think it's a great time to introduce you to our new Mind Your Head campaign..
- Tēnā koe
Where is the year going? June was a bit of a blur for the All Right? team – before we knew it our month-long campaign to encourage people to find their hidden strengths came and went
- All Right? campaign media release: 27th June 2016
Canterbury, you’re a kind, honest and humourous gem! In the last three weeks nearly 4,500 Cantabrians have discovered their hidden strengths as part of the All Right? campaign’s latest project
- Kia ora
The days are getting shorter and colder but never fear… All Right? is launching a new campaign which will help you find your hidden strengths!
Find Your Spark is the first of four themes All Right? has developed as part of our drive to encourage
- Welcome to your monthly fix of everything All Right? This month we look at how Canterbury can live brighter as the weather cools, parenting and hugging for happiness
- New A3 posters of the All Right? campaign’s latest two projects are now available.
Order All Right? resources from theCommunity Health Information Centre (CHIC)
- Kia ora
Well it’s been a rocky couple of months - just when we were starting to think we were no longer on shaky ground!
Even before the latest round of shakes, recovery wise we were all in different places