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Healthcare and Social Services Websites

These organisations provide diverse support services, including healthcare information, crisis helplines, counselling, and support for survivors of abuse and trauma, ensuring comprehensive assistance for individuals in need.

Health Point

Healthpoint provides up-to-date information about healthcare providers, referral expectations, services offered and common treatments

Help Auckland

Auckland Sexual Abuse Help

Victim Support

Free, nationwide support for people affected by crime, suicide and traumatic events. 24/7 helpline

North Harbour Living Without Violence

Runs programmes in Takapuna, Auckland to help men, women and children eliminate abuse and violence from their lives

Friendship House

Services include: Counselling, Social Work (Family Support), Whānau Resilience, Family Violence Programme

Man Alive NZ

We have a variety of support services aimed at helping men and boy's across Tāmaki Makaurau and Tai Tokerau. We promote positive models of manhood, healthy behaviours and respectful loving relationships. We can deliver programmes and services in English, Te Reo, Samoan, Hindi, Farsi, and Spanish.


Free helpline & webchat services provide 24/7, confidential family violence support from highly trained staff

The Road Forward

Free peer support services for adult survivors of sexual harm

Male Survivors Aotearoa

Enabling all male survivors of sexual abuse to access a sustainable national network of appropriate high-quality support services

Burnett Foundation Aotearoa

Formerly New Zealand AIDS Foundation


NZ Drug Foundation

Information & free brochures on drugs

Altogether Autism

An information and advisory service for Autism Spectrum Disorders, funded by the MOH and run in partnership with Parent to Parent and Life Unlimited


The Halberg Trust Activity Fund is a grant for children with a disability to help link them to sport and physical activity.


Help in giving up smoking

New Zealand Association of Counsellors

New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists

The Psychotherapists Board of Aotearoa New Zealand

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