REACH OUT FOR HELP
All of Family violence prevention led and delivered and led by Pacific peoples. Pasefika Proud is a social change movement – ‘by Pacific for Pacific’ – to boost wellbeing for Pacific families and transform attitudes, behaviours and norms that enable violence. CLICK Auckland Family Violence Service Providers
CLICK Outside of Auckland Family Service Providers
24/7 telephone and online webchat help for victims/survivors of family violence.
The purpose of this website is to provide easy to access and relevant information for people seeking support for family violence in New Zealand. Those worried about safety in their relationship or their supporters can understand their situation better and find pathways to immediate help.
In Your Hands is for people using violence and looking to change their behaviour, and the people supporting them to do so. It has been created alongside family violence experts, frontline workers, and people with lived experience. Giving information to people who use violence can help them understand their experience and how to change, helping lower the barriers to them seeking help.
Women's Refuge – 0800 733843, email@example.com, or Facebook message, or contact through the shielded site at the bottom of websites like Pasefika Proud.
Women's Refuge is Aotearoa's largest nation-wide organisation supporting and helping women and children experiencing family violence.
SAFE TO TALK
Safe to talk offers free confidential contact with a trained specialist. You may want to contact 'Safe to Talk' if you have been sexually harmed or are worried about something that has happened, or you want to help someone else, or you are concerned about your own thoughts or about harming someone, or you want information about sexual harm.
Sexual harm helpline – 0800 044 334, text 4334, email firstname.lastname@example.org, online web chat.
SHINE DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES
SHINE stands for Safer Homes in New Zealand Everyday. SHINE directly helps adults and children who experience domestic violence to become free from fear, violence and control. Free call 0508 744 633, also see the webchat button on their website
A directory of service providers that can help you and your family developed by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD)
Questions for people concerned about their relationships and to help check how your partner or ex's actions impact you. Abusive behaviours can be physical actions, or they can be more subtle. It can be saying things to you or feeling forced to do something because you’re fearful of their reaction.
0800-hey-bro - supporting men to be free from violence 0800 HeyBro (439 276)