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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Raising money to offer tailored support to young people in distress

    Raising money to offer tailored support to young people in distress


    The Maia Health Foundation is fundraising for a new child and youth mental health outpatient facility in Christchurch.

    CEO Michael Flatman says a new space would allow customising support for a child's specific needs.

    He says a purpose-built facility would build in specialised spaces -- such as quiet spaces for children with ADHD.

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