Awhina Wahine is Māori organization in Tawa, providing counselling and support for Maori women, children and their whanau affected by rape, incest, sexual abuse and related violence including domestic violence, alcohol and drug issues, suicide, and relationship issues. The service is kaupapa Māori and prioritises Māori but may be accessed by non-Māori who feel it is the most appropriate service to meet their needs. They provide a mobile counselling service so counsellors can meet you in your home if you prefer.
phone 04 232 9817
Hutt Rape Counselling Network
HRCN is in Waterloo, Lower Hutt and provides free support and counselling to women, men, and children who have experienced rape and sexual abuse. They are available as an advocacy service for victims/survivors dealing with agencies such as WINZ, CYFS and Housing New Zealand. They can support victims/survivors who wish to go to the police, with the process of reporting and the court system, and assistance with medical examinations, and their crisis phone line operates 24 hours.
phone crisis line - (026) 363-942; office - (04) 566-5517
Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust
MSSAT provides specialist support, including one-on-one and group counselling, for male survivors of sexual abuse.
phone 022 419 3416
New Zealand Prostitutes' Collective (NZPC)
NZPC provides is a national organisation that provides support and advocacy to workers in the sex industry. The Wellington office has a free sexual health check-up service for sex workers, as well as condoms and lube on site. 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 04 382 8791
Sexual Abuse Help Foundation
Sexual Abuse Help Foundation provide 24/7 crisis support, counselling, and referrals to other services. They also run professional development programmes about preventing sexual violence. They have two offices, one in Wellington Central and one in Porirua.
phone (24hr) 04 499 7532
Wellington Rape Crisis
Wellington Rape Crisis provides support for self-identified women, gender minorities and sex minorities who have been victims/survivors of sexual abuse, and their friends and whānau. This support is available over the phone, by email, and in person to survivors of rape and sexual abuse, their families, friends and whānau and no appointments are necessary. They also have fully qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists to provide therapy.
phone (04) 801 8970 (office) or (04) 801 8973 (support)
WellStop provides professional specialist treatment services to adults who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour and children with concerning sexual behaviours.
phone 04 566 4745
Massey University Health and Counselling services (Wellington)
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 04 979 3030
Victoria University of Wellington Student Counselling (all campuses)
Student Counselling provides confidential counselling for all Victoria students to assist their academic and personal achievements.
phone 04 463 5310