If you are interested in doing so, please email us for some advice on how to proceed.
We also have a facebook group where you can join in and chat: fb.com/groups/hearingvoicesnetworkaotearoanz View website Email: Kenzie’s Gift is a charity which supports the mental health of children and young people affected by serious illness or bereavement, ensuring they can live happy and fulfilled lives.
However, we are not medical professionals and urge anyone concerned about health issues to seek professional advice.
Address: Based in Auckland with dedicated volunteers in Whangarei, Wellington and Christchurch.
Engage Aotearoa is a small, home-operated business based in Auckland but its presence is mainly online.
View website Phone: Email: No support group in your area?
We also provide education and advocacy for early detection, improvements in recovery outcomes and a clear and accessible pathway to evidence based treatment. We are the only organisation of its kind operating nationally.
The information we provide is accurate to the best of our knowledge.
Their recovery and rehabilitation services are designed to empower people to reach their full recovery potential.Address: Unit F, First Floor, Building 2, 3 Ceres Court, Albany View website Phone: 0 or 0 Email: Supporting Families facilitates free monthly support groups for families, whanau and friends who are supporting someone in their mental health recovery.Date: Last Thursday of every month Time: pm to pm Venue: Awhinatia CMHC, 5-19 Great South Road, Papakura Address: Awhinatia CMHC, 5-19 Great South Road, Papakura View website Phone: (09) 270 8543 The Tourette’s Association of New Zealand is a parent-lead Association which aims to dispel the myths about Tourette Syndrome and to implement strategies within the health and education systems to support New Zealanders living with this neurological disorder.View website Phone: 0508 236 236 Peer Zone is an international leader in peer-made resources for people with mental distress and their supporters.Developed by Mary O’Hagan, Sara Mc Cook Weir and other peers in New Zealand, Peer Zone has four work streams.For more than 80 percent of these patients another psychiatric condition is present.These comorbidities make it difficult to treat the patient properly.Address: 301 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011 View website Phone: Email: Workbridge is a professional employment service for people with all types of disability, including people who have lived with the long-term effects of injury and illness.A Workbridge client will have been living with the effects of their disability, injury or illness for more than six months.Share experiences, exchange information, learn different strategies of coping and managing your own needs and those of your loved ones, and hear from guest speakers.Date: Third Tuesday of every month Time: pm to pm Address: 423 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland (please use the back door off Coleridge St) View website Phone: (09) 378 9134 Supporting Families facilitates free monthly support groups for families, whanau and friends who are supporting someone in their mental health recovery.