We want to remind all of our students that we are here to help and support you throughout your learning journey. If you ever feel overwhelmed, have questions, or need assistance with anything related to your coursework or anything at all, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Call 111 (in New Zealand) if you or someone else is in an unsafe or life-threatening situation right now. You can also go to your local Emergency Department.
Use Ten Five (105) to report things that don’t need urgent Police assistance.
Directory of External Support Agencies
We offer brief 1:1 counselling support where we focus on one or two key things you need support for.
Alcohol Drug Helpline
The Alcohol Drug Helpline provides friendly, non-judgmental, professional help and advice.
Alcoholic Anonymous New Zealand
is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Auckland Sexual Health Regional Services
Provides free and confidential specialist service on sexual health care
Auckland Women’s Refuge
Provides help for women and children experiencing family violence
Citizens Advice Bureau
provides arange of advice and support including conusmer, personal, financial, health and wellbeing, housing, etc.
Free legal help throughout New Zealand
Talk to a trained counsellor at the Depression Helpline about how you are feeling or to ask a question.
Dress for Success
The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
free financial mentoring services
providing support and advice for those people and others about gambling
The Groov app gives you the tools to make small daily steps that create big changes for your daily wellbeing.
Site providing advice to any health issue
Housing Advice Center
free advice about responsibilities and rights as tenants or landlord
Provides help for people in distress and in crisis
Anybody can get in touch with our MoneyTalks team if they need help with day-to-day money matters like budgeting and debt management.
A venue for people with drug addiction problems to meet regularly to help each other stay clean and recover from the effects of drugs
Netsafe supports people with content harm online and promotes safe and positive online experiences.
family budgeting apps; free version is available
Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand
Provides free and confidential support and advice for anyone affected by gambling
Royal Federation of NZ Justices’ Associations
Searchable registry of JP’s across New Zealand
Samaritans Aotearoa New Zealand
Provides support for people experiencing loneliness, depression, despair and other mental health issues
Jump is a low-cost prepaid broadband service for eligible Kiwi homes. Skinny Jump is a programme designed to help more New Zealanders gain access to affordable broadband at home.