- Wellington Sexual Violence Resources
- Wellington Domestic Violence Resources
- Ethnic Services in Wellington
- Addiction Resources
Resources for Sexual Violence Survivors
"Provides free support and counselling to women, men and children affected by sexual abuse, rape or sexual harm - historic or current"
"Victim support provides information, support and assistance to victims, witnesses, their families and friends."
"Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP works with survivors of sexual abuse and their whānau – of any age, gender or ethnicity."
|Phone:||04 801 6655|
Wellington Rape Crisis"To educate others to prevent rape and sexual abuse and provide specialist support services to survivors of rape and sexual abuse."
|Phone:||04 801 8973|
"Counselling and support to reduce sexual offending in the lower North Island"
Resources for Domestic Violence
"If you or your family or whānau have been affected by crime you can get support to help you deal with the practical and emotional effects"
A New Zealand Government Agency supporting all victims of crime, including domestic violence.
Resources for Ethnic Services:
"Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, confidential information and advice to anyone about any query or problem."
"Te Paepae Arahi Services is a kaupapa Maori service for all people. This includes Mental Health, AOD Services and Rangatahi support."
Resources for Addiction and Problem Gambling Help:
"We are committed to helping people to live a life free from the harms of alcohol or other drugs."
Charges apply for some services.
Community Mental Health & Addiction Services (DHB)"To provide an alcohol & drug service that is responsive to the needs of people in the Hutt Valley region who meet the Moderate to Severe Addiction Criteria."
Referalls may be required for some services
"Drug information and resources for addicts and those caring for addicts. Counselling referrals. All services free of charge. No referral required."
HALT Services Ltd."HALT Services assists individuals and families to understand addictive behaviour and to gain skills and knowledge toward making positive lifestyle changes."
Based in Lower Hutt, but can sometimes arrange to see other districts in the Wellington Area
"The Problem Gambling Foundation's mission is building healthy communities together, free from gambling harm."
The Salvation Army Oasis Centre for Problem Gambling"The Oasis Centres provide free and confidential specialist counselling/intervention and public health services for those adversely affected by gambling related problems."