Auckland Services

Auckland District Health Board

Phone:  09 367 0000

 

Child, Youth and Family

Government agency working with the Police and the Courts, who have the legal powers to intervene to protect and help children who are being abused or neglected, or who have problem behaviour.

Phone: 0508 326 459 (24/7) or 09 916 3300

Email: webinfo@cyf.govt.nz

 

Counselling Services South Auckland

Phone:  09 277 9324 (24/7)

 

Fale Lalaga – Pacific Women’s Health Inc. Auckland

Grass roots initiative aiming to encourage, support, strengthen and re-empower Pacific Island women, their children, families and communities to work holistically together towards wellness.

Phone:  09 828 4317

Email:  info@falelalaga.org.nz

 

 Family Action

Phone: 09 837 2491

Email:  counselling@familyaction.org.nz

 

Family Planning

Provides sexual and reproductive health information, clinical services, education, training and research, all while working to promote a positive view of sexuality and enable people to make informed choices. Visits are free to those under the age of 22, or community service cardholders.

Phone: 0800 info line (0800 4636 5463)

 

NetSafe

Cyber safety education and information/support on a wide range of safety issues on the Internet.

Phone: 0508 638 723

Email: queries@netsafe.org.nz

 

Pohutukawa Clinic

A service for adults affected by sexual assault, offering medical, nursing and referral services.

Phone: 09 630 9772

 

Rape Prevention Education

Rape Prevention Education (RPE) Whakatu Mauri (formerly Rape Crisis Auckland) is a non-profit organisation working to eliminate sexual violence and abuse through the delivery of specialised training programmes for youth, professionals and communities. RPE also supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse, their whanau/friends and professionals with an informative website. Whether you are a survivor, a loved one of a survivor, a professional or a community member visit the website to link to rape crisis help throughout the country.

Phone: 09 360 4001

Email: info@rapecrisis.org.nz

 

SAFE Network

Programmes for people with harmful sexual behaviours.

Phone: 09 377 9898 (Mon-Fri)

 

Sex’N’Respect

Phone: 09 360 4001

Sex’N’Respect is a website created and maintained by Rape Prevention Education for young people and those who work with young people in Aotearoa. Sex’N’Respect is all about working with young people to promote respectful relating and prevent sexual violence.

Our youth website talks about how to heal after experiencing abuse, how to help a friend, how to step up and be an active bystander if you see something dodgy, consent, what to do if you are being sexually harmful and much more! We also have a great where to get help page with plenty of links to other great websites and resources for young people in need of assistance with a variety of issues

 

Shakti Asian Women’s Centre

Established to meet the needs of refugee and migrant women in situations of violence from partners and families. Multi-lingual and culturally appropriate environment.

Phone: 0800 742 584 (24/7)

Email: sawc@shakti.org.nz

 

SHINE

National family violence hotline, 24 hour crisis and advocacy for victims of family violence, a stopping violence programme for abusive people and a Child Crisis Team.

Phone: 0508 744 633

Email: enquiries@2shine.org.nz

 

Te Puaruruhau

A free 24 hour medical, nursing and social work service for anyone up to 19 years of age.

Phone: 09 307 2860 (24/7)

 

The Women’s Bookshop

Specialist bookstore stocking a comprehensive range of books about all aspects of sexual abuse.

Phone: 09 376 4399

Email: books@womensbookshop.co.nz

 

Tu Wahine Trust

A service for Maori women and children living in West Auckland who have been affected by violence and abuse

Phone:  09 838 8700 (Mon-Fri)

Email: admin@tuwahine.org.nz

 

Youthlaw / Tino Rangatiratanga Taitamariki

A community law centre for young people under 25, which offers free confidential legal advice, advocacy and support. They have a number of useful publications available and can help you participate in decision-making, while protecting your rights.

Phone:  0800 884 529

Email: