Auckland

Counselling Services Centre

The mission of CSC is to support and empower survivors of sexual violence and other trauma. They provide professional, culturally appropriate support in two forms – crisis response, and counselling. Our counsellors have specialist skills in working with children, adolescents, adults and their families as appropriate. They are the only crisis response support service in Counties Manukau and they provide support to

  • Victims of sexual assault and/or abuse
  • Victims and witnesses of domestic and/or family violence
  • Couples
  • Any issue that may be affecting your life: grief, loss, depression, stress, anxiety
  • EAP (employee assistance programmes)

phone 09 277 9324

email admin@cscnz.org.nz

website www.cscnz.org.nz

 

HELP

Provides professional and specialised support services to sexual abuse and assault survivors. Supporting the community since 1982, HELP works to empower women and children recovering from the effects of abuse and educates the community on preventing sexual abuse in the future. They offer services in the areas of crisis support, therapy, justice, community services, and support if you are seeing the police or medical professionals about your experience of abuse or assault.

24 hour crisis/helpline 09 623 1700 

email info@helpauckland.org.nz

website helpauckland.org.nz

 

 

Korowai Tumanako Auckland

 

Kaupapa Māori service in Auckland and Northland designed to support iwi, hapu and whānau who have been affected by sexual violence.

 

email korowai@korowaitumanako.org 

website korowaitumanako.org.nz

 

 

Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust (MSSAT)

MSSAT Auckland provides support to men recovering from the consequences of sexual abuse. They provide 

  • One on One support.
  • Support to help men decide on how they wish to move forward.
  • Referral to ACC counsellors and other appropriate agencies.
  • Support with court hearings and dealing with ACC.
  • Weekly group support meetings, held alternative weeks in Henderson and Three Kings.
  • Biannual “Better Blokes” weekend workshop

phone 021 356 400 or 09 889 2553

email manager@betterblokes.org.nz

betterblokes.org.nz/

 

New Zealand Prostitutes' Collective (NZPC)

 

NZPC provides is a national organisation that provides support and advocacy to workers in the sex industry. They operate as a drop-in centre for anyone needing support, advice or a safe space, and their services are available to people of all genders. PUMP (Pride and Unity for Male Prostitutes) is the male sex worker project for NZPC and provides support specific to men in the industry.

 

phone 09 366 6106 

email info@nzpc.org.nz

 website nzpc.org.nz

 

Pohutukawa Clinic

A team of dcotors and nurses specialising in providing services for adults who have been victims of sexual assault or sexual abuse. This includes examinations as part of police reports, general mental wellbeing check-up, sexual health exams, pregnancy tests, referral to other community services, family violence intervention and support. They are also available to anyone who has a history of perpetrating sexual harm, or who just wants to talk about these issues.

 phone 09 630 9772

wesbite http://www.ashs.org.nz/pohutukawa.html

 

Rape Prevention Education

Rape Prevention Education (RPE) works in the greater Auckland area and nationally to prevent sexual violence through the delivery of education and health promotion/prevention activities.

RPE also provides information for those affected by sexual violence through print and online media.

Where appropriate, RPE works with Tangata Whenua and other allied professionals in partnership to develop community services, education programmes, health promotion, research and advocacy. Their specialised kaupapa Maori portfolio aims to deliver specialised sexual violence prevention programmes for tangata whenua, including Tiaki Tiana and Rangatahi & Sexual Health.

phone 09 360 4001

email info@rapecrisis.org.nz

website rpe.co.nz

 

SAFE Network Inc

SAFE provides specialist community based treatment services for those with adults with harmful sexual behaviour, and children with problematic sexual behaviours. Their Auckland regional service provides comprehensive care with specialised pathways available for children, adolescents, adults, Maori, Pasifika, clients with intellectual disabilities, and women.

phone 09 377 9898

email help@safenetwork.org.nz (use AUCKLAND in the subject line) 

 

Shakti

Shakti is a migrant women's refuge, catering to women of Asian and/or African descent. They provide support, counselling, and advocacy to migrant women in domestically violent situations, as well as English classes and social groups.

24/7 crisis line 0800 SHAKTI

web shakti-international.org/contact-us

 

Tu Wahine Trust

The Tu Wahine Trust is a confidential kaupapa Māori service for Māori women children and their whānau, living in West Auckland who have been affected by sexual violence, family violence, or any other form of abuse. They offer counselling, support and therapy.

phone 09 838 8700

email admin@tuwahine.org.nz

Auckland University of Technology (all campuses)

Counselling is a process of privately talking through anything that is concerning you. Counsellors will listen to you sensitively and without judgement, and will try and see things from your point of view. AUT provide a practical and solution-focused counselling approach to student concerns.

phone 09 921 9992 (city and south campus)

09 921 9998 (North Campus) 

website aut.ac.nz

 

Massey University Health and Counselling services (Albany) 

The Health and Counselling Centre is designed to provide students with a comprehensive range of professional and confidential health services. These services are aimed to keep you active, healthy and able to achieve your goals at University. 

phone 09 213 6700 

email studenthealth@massey.ac.nz

website massey.ac.nz

 

University of Auckland Health and Counselling

Here at University Health and Counselling provides short-term counselling support for students, for any issues that are impacting on their studies (e.g. life challenges, relationships, family, sexuality, depression, anxiety, stress, alcohol/drug issues).

phone 09 923 7681 

website auckland.ac.nz

 

 

 


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