DRIVE Consumer Direction Counties Manukau


DRIVE is a network of people, and their whānau, that have lived experience of mental distress or addiction to alcohol or other drugs. Based in the Counties Manukau area. Regular events in a supportive environment. The team of co-ordinators Edith, Troy and Ruth are all proud to have lived experience of recovery.

DRIVE itself does not provide mental health or addiction services, however, if you are having difficulties finding services, they may be able to put you in touch with those that can help you. 


28C Lambie Drive


09 263 6508



For residents of the Counties Manakau area

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