For over thirty years we have been offering support and providing assistance - with counselling, budgeting and social work - to the local community of Waiuku and West Franklin.
We appreciate that seeking help for personal issues can be difficult so we offer a totally confidential service. We are here to help you understand the services we offer and how they may help you.
Within the agency, we offer a holistic approach to helping people; our experienced specialists work together as a team to help resolve the varied issues that contribute to preventing people achieving their full potential.
We can provide information, face to face counselling, specialist children's counselling, couples therapy, budgeting advice, social workers, assistance with children's clothing and household goods and we have access to Foodbank (criteria does apply).
“To strengthen family life by helping individuals and families,
through their own efforts to develop their skills,
and to become aware of resources available to them
in the surrounding community”.
Child / Tamariki, Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua
How do I access this service?
Walk in, Contact us, Make an appointment, Referral
|Mon – Fri||10:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
Appointments can also be made outside of these hours. Appointments can also be made for Saturdays.
Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.
Abuse and violence
- Anger management
- Conflict resolution mediation
- Education programmes
- Family violence intervention
- Information & support
- Support groups
- Victim support
Our aim is to offer a variety of support services for the local community including issues around:
Relationships & conflict
Anxiety & stress
Grief & bereavement
Community Support by qualified social workers
The social workers support individuals and whanau/families through challenging situations.
What is community support?
Professional social workers who help to improve, encourage and promote…
Our budget advisors are trained to work alongside you to teach you how to resolve your financial difficulties.
- First they look at your income, and for beneficiaries this means checking…
- Drop-in centre
Assistance can be offered with help on household items by asking through the local community.
Manchester, bedding and towels are also available on occasions.
Education and training
- Life skills
56 Queen St
56 Queen St
56 Queen Street
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This page was last updated at 2:30PM on June 9, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Waiuku Family Support Network.