Dealing with an alcohol or other drug problem can sometimes feel overwhelming. Starting the journey of change can be challenging but life does get better.
We offer confidential, non-judgmental sexual and reproductive health care.
We are New Zealand’s only 24/7 helpline for children and teens, run by specially trained youth volunteers!
The Government’s principal advisor on health and disability: improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders
Samaritans offer non-judgemental, confidential support to anyone who is lonely or in emotional distress
Smokefree.org.nz is there to help and support you in becoming smokefree
We are a women’s organisation for women and their children, here to help prevent and stop family violence in New Zealand.
You can follow other people’s journeys to wellness here, or explore the site to find your own way to a better place.
Our mission is to provide accurate and reliable information about children’s health for New Zealand parents, caregivers, family and whānau
24 Hour Telephone Counselling. It always helps to talk. At lifeline, we’re here to listen
The New Zealand Sexual Health Society Inc is an inclusive multidisciplinary professional body dedicated to advocating and promoting Sexual Health for all in New Zealand.
Suicide. It Affects Us All. Start the Conversation Today – Me tiimata te koorero i teenei raa
If you’re stuck feeling bad we’ll help you figure out if it could be anxiety or depression.
Our vision is to create communities, which relate to the needs of young people, respond to them and support them to achieve their potential.
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