TOAH-NNEST is a national network of specialist organisations for sexual violence intervention and prevention.
(04) 385 9176
Sexual Violence Victim Advisors provide a free and confidential service to help you take part in the court process.
0800 650 654 and ask to speak to a Sexual Violence Victim Advisor, in your area.
Louise Nicholas and her National Sexual Violence Survivor Advocate team provide advocacy for survivors of sexual violence and help navigate court and social services.
Building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter
(09) 579 4111
A Kaupapa Maori organisation providing Whanau Ora services to whanau within the Taranaki community including Korero Awhina counselling for those affected by sexual/physical violence.
(06) 758 5795
Detailed diagnostic assessment, specialised one-on-one tuition and support for children and adults with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities.
0800 773 536
Parents Centre is a national organisation that works with parents to support and equip them with the knowledge and skills to be the best parents
(04) 233 2022
A training and accreditation organisation for healthcare professionals engaged in sexual assault medicine.
(09) 376 1422
A network of trained and accredited self defence teachers educating women and girls with the skills and strategies to keep safe.
(04) 213 9710
Safe to talk is a 24/7 free, confidential, non-judgemental helpline for anyone affected by sexual harm.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. 0800 044 334
24/7 support services to people affected by crime, trauma and suicide.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. 24/7 Helpline: 0800 VICTIM (0800 842 846)
Shakti provides immediate support to women, children and youth of Asian, African and Middle Eastern origin who have experienced sexual abuse, family/domestic violence and discrimination.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. 24/7 Crisis Line 0800 SHAKTI (0800 742 584)
WellStop works with children, youth and adults with the aim to eliminate harmful sexual behaviour, and teach individuals skills to support them to make good choices.
Support, assistance and counselling service for anyone that has experienced sexual harm or family violence at any time in their lives.
(06) 278 6399
At Taranaki Women’s Refuge we provide the support and information you will need when you are dealing with domestic violence in your life.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. (06) 769 5553 (community office)
With Manawanui you choose how you use your disability funding.
0508 462 427
Shama works to connect ethnic people who have experienced sexual harm or sexual violence with services that can help and support them.
Shine is a leading New Zealand provider of specialist domestic violence help and support services.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. call free on 0508 744 633
Caring Families Aotearoa supports families who open their homes and hearts to tamariki (children) and rangitahi (young people) in need of care and protection.
0800 693 323
Offering help, information and guidance for our clients on their journey, including survivors of sexual harm or rape.
(06) 278 3260
GRG provides caregiver support, information, education and advocacy services to full-time grandparents or whanau caregivers throughout New Zealand
(09) 418 3753 or 0800 472 637
Get the help you need to take charge of your life by improving your reading, writing, maths and other skills.
Confidential LGBTIQA+/Rainbow peer support phoneline, face-to-face or videoconference counselling by qualified specialist counsellors, and a trans and non-binary peer support service for adults in Auckland.
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
Dedicated to supporting any child in New Zealand whose wellbeing is at significant risk of harm now, or in the future
0508 326 459 (24 hours a day 7 days a week)
Providing counselling and support services for tamariki, rangatahi and their whānau.
0800 299 100 or (04) 939 6767
(04) 333 0072
(06) 769 6050
(04) 972 6460
(09) 630 4035
We provide support to family violence prevention and intervention services.
(04) 528 4542
The essence of the CAB service is about promoting knowledge and understanding and providing people with the confidence and support that will enable them to
NZ Support Group for all Transgender people.
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
(06) 759 0285
If you have disabled staff or staff with a health condition, including mental health, you can get advice on how to support them.
0800 805 405
This year as many as one in ten older people in New Zealand will experience some kind of elder abuse.
Free call 0800 32 668 65
0800 080 787
Emergency response and acute assistance service for adult victims of rape and sexual and physical abuse.
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM.
(06) 353 8722
(06) 751 2815