Further Support

How We Can Help

We can connect you to services that assist with non-urgent further support, such as counselling, gender-affirming services or safe housing.

If you’re in immediate danger (if your own or someone else’s physical safety is in danger, or you or someone else is suicidal) please call 111 and ask to speak to the police.

Lifeline is available for people who are in distress of any kind, for any reason – call 0800 543 354 or free txt 4357 to talk to a counsellor.

Suicide Crisis Helpline is available for anyone who is thinking about suicide – free call 0508 828 865 to talk to a counsellor. Please call the police if you or someone else is at immediate risk of suicide.

For non-urgent support please get in touch at [email protected].

Do you know someone who is feeling out-of-sorts or depressed? They can call or text 1737. Kiwis feeling down can talk to a trained counsellor for free, anytime on 1737. Always available 24/7. Free counselling for NZ.

Questions to ask your service provider

If you are wanting to suss out a service provider but want to make sure they are the right fit for you, here are some questions you can ask to see if how they answer fits your needs.