Other Specialist helplines
Safe to Talk
For help to do with sexual harm. Available 24/7 and staffed by trained counsellors
Visit - safetotalk.nz
A free information service for older people.
Visit - seniorline.org.nz
Need to talk - 0800 725 463
The Wellbeing Service is a 24/7 online, on the phone and in-person counselling service fully funded by the NZ Music Foundation and provided free of charge to those in the Kiwi music community who can't access the help they need due to hardship and other circumstances.
Visit - musichelps.org.nz
Need to talk - 0508 687 424 3577 (0508 MUSICHELPS)
Promote family harmony among Chinese, enhance parenting skills, decrease conflict among family members (couple, parent-child, in-laws) and stop family violence. (Mon, Wed, Fri 12 noon – 2pm)
Need to talk - 0800 56 76 666
For women living with violence, or in fear, in their relationship or family
Visit - womensrefuge.org.nz
Crisis line – 0800 733 843 (0800 REFUGE)
Shakti Crisis Line
For migrant or refugee women living with family violence
Need to talk - 0800 742 584
Helplines for parents, family and friends
For information on improving outcomes for people with eating disorders and their families.
Visit - ed.org.nz
Need to talk - 0800 233 269 (0800 2 EDANZ)
or in Auckland - 09 522 2679
or email - email@example.com
Family Services 222 Helpline
Yellow Brick Road
Supporting families towards mental wellbeing.
Visit - yellowbrickroad.org.nz
Find a Helpline
Search for international helplines.
Visit - findahelpline.com
Helplines for children and young people
National help lines and support services
All services listed are 24 hours a day seven days a week unless otherwise specified
Learner Support Services
Contact your training Adviser to support you. MAST has an EAP service with a trained psychologist who can refer you to specialist support.
Services you can contact if you don’t feel safe
Auckland Based Mental Health Crisis Teams
Other Support Services
Links to good information on suicide wellbeing, Kaupapa Māori Resources. Some of these resources are free and some are available to purchase. They may be good for your workplace - shop.mentalhealth.org.nz