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Counties Manukau Health Adult Mental Health

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Finding Support

If you are feeling anxious, down, not sleeping or generally just not feeling yourself the best person to talk to is your GP. If your GP thinks that you would benefit from specialised services they will refer you to Adult Mental Health.

If you are having suicidal thoughts, or are worried about someone remember there is support available. For more information please visit the Mental Health Foundation Website.

If you don't have a GP click here to find one close to your home, or you can visit one of the Accident and Medical clinics in Counties Manukau:

Counties Care Accident & Medical Clinic

79-85 Great South Road

Papakura, (09) 299 9380

East Tamaki Healthcare  - Dawsons Road

124 Dawsons Road

Flatbush, (09) 274 3468

Pukekohe Family Health Care - Accident & Medical

10 West Street

Pukekohe, (09) 237 0280

East Care Accident and Medical Clinic 

260 Botany Road

Howick, (09) 277 1516  

Manukau City Accident and Medical

16A Bakerfield Place

Manukau, (09) 263 7770

Takanini Accident and Medical Centre

106 Great South Road

Takanini, (09) 299 7670  

East Tamaki Healthcare - Bairds Road

160 Bairds Road

Otara, (09) 274 3414  

Manukau Family Doctors, Accident & Medical

597 Great South Road

Manukau, (09) 277 5777

White Cross Accident & Medical Clinic 

15-23 Station Road

Otahuhu, (09) 276 3000

Your GP may also recommend you contact one of the many NGO Mental Health and Addiction Services in your area. NGOs (Non-government organisations) are non-profit, independent community organisations that provide support to people who have experienced or are experiencing mental illness. There are a wide variety of different services available but all aim to assist you on your journey to wellness and to maintain your quality of life.

If you feel alone or need someone to talk to there are a number of helplines you can call to discuss your concerns and learn about ways you can get help. These include:

Click here for a full list of helplines operating in New Zealand.

This page was last updated at 12:54PM on November 7, 2019.