Helps 16 to 28 year old women make facing issues such as abuse, depression, self harm, eating disorders and unplanned pregnancy make a positive change during a 6-month live in programme.
Everyone in New Zealand is covered by ACC's no-fault scheme if they've been injured in an accident. The scheme provides financial compensation and support to citizens, residents, and temporary visitors who have suffered personal injuries.
A local philanthropic funder with more than $23m in funds under management with Craigs Investment Partners. The capital in the fund remains intact, while between 3.5% and 5% of the interest is distributed annually to the local community.
14 Erson Ave
Royal Oak, Auckland
Supports people and families affected by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, including providing information and referrals, a library of books and DVDs, newsletters, helpline counselling, speakers and some local support groups.
19 Ocean View Road
Helps adults and teenagers living in rural areas (or who are otherwise isolated) with literacy and numeracy. Tuition is free and our tutors can coach you over the phone or Skype.
Local organisation which works for the rights and well-being of older people. Along with a network of 35 Age Concern offices across New Zealand, and a national office, they inform and advocate, and provide services to older people.
This helpline provides friendly, non-judgmental, professional help and advice. Phone 0800 787 797 or text 8681 anytime when you're ready to talk to a trained counsellor about reducing the harm caused by drugs. Call the M?ori Line on 0800 787 798, the Pasifika line on 0800 787 799 or the Youth Line on 0800 787 984.
A free, nationwide autism spectrum information and advisory service provided as a partnership between Life Unlimited Charitable Trust and Parent to Parent New Zealand. They supply information to autistic people, to parents, educators, support workers, GPs, police and any other professional working with adults or children on the autism spectrum.
Represents people living with dementia at a national level by raising awareness of dementia, providing information and resources, advocating for high quality services, and promoting research about prevention, treatment, cure and care.
Support and promotion of the welfare of all amputees. This includes offering peer support and encouragement when the going gets tough, and providing information and advice to help amputees achieve the quality lifestyle to which they aspire.
The social service arm of the Anglican Diocese of Waiapu. It is a provider of Child and Family Services and Aged Care throughout the Bay of Plenty, Hawkes Bay and Eastland.
A team of specialist Psychologists, Doctors, Peer Support Facilitators and Helpline Workers who assist of children, adolescents and adults in New Zealand build resilience and recover from anxiety, depression, OCD and phobias.
The Association's role is to establish a national set of procedures and arrangements between the Family Court and Supervised Contact Providers, ensure that the need of any child using such a service for protection and safety is met and ensure the childs welfare and best interests are promoted.
Their aim is to empower people with aphasia to participate in their own communities. Aphasia is the partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language, resulting from damage to the brain caused by injury or disease.