The programme has recently expanded its reach to include Filipino, Indian and Korean communities as well as Chinese. We are currently working with Filipino, Indian and Korean people to ask what information and activities are needed to address stigma and discrimination in their communities.
If you belong to one of these communities and would like to get involved, please contact Charlie Tang who would be very happy to talk to you!
New resources are under development to support all four Kai Xin Xing Dong audiences. If you’re looking for Kai Xin Xing Dong resources for the Chinese community, you can find them on the Mental Health Foundation website
09 623 4810
Did you know?
Kai Xin Xing Dong means to have a happy and healthy life, with an open heart – living in this way we can treat all people with respect.
I am studying social work and I was fortunate to be part of the Kai Xin Xing Dong pilot project team. This taught me* a lot and helped me understand more about mental health.
Jason Chow is a high-achieving engineer who works in Auckland’s CBD. With his smart suit and winning smile, he oozes success, confidence and capability, but life hasn’t always been easy.