- The inherent value of all people
- The rights and obligations of service users to participate as an integral part of all service planning, provision and evaluation
- The rights of people affected by disability to live within the community
- Commitment to the principles of partnership, participation and protection as encompassed within Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
To maximize the strengths of people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives as a result of mental health issues, intellectual disability or head injury and to promote wellbeing in all aspects of their lives.
A Board governs CBCT. The Trustees represent a wide range of occupations and interests within the community. The Board meets regularly. The chair of the Board is Geoff Mirkin C/o PO Box 803, Dunedin 9054.
The CEO has overall responsibility for the operations of CBCT and is assisted in this by the Service Leaders/Case Managers, Policy & Quality Advisor, and a team of administrators.
Service Delivery Teams include:
- Service Leaders/Case Managers
- Co-ordinator Adult Residential
- Community Support Workers
- Residential Support Workers
CBCT provides the following services in the greater Dunedin area:
- Adult Residential Service
- Adult Community Support Service
- Child and Youth Residential Service – Te Whakaruruhau
- Child and Youth Community Support Service
- Supported Living
- Facility Respite for Child and Youth
To access CBCT services you may be required to have a current Needs Assessment and/or specialist service referral. However we can also accept self-referrals into some services and can also assist you in having a referral form completed.