If you’re looking for gambling, addiction, or other support – there are lots of services ready to help. You can find a service that suits you best below.
Raukura Hauora O Tainui
Te Piringa Tupono is a pathway to wellness, pursue the new pathway and you will find wellness. Our aim is “Empowering positive change within Whanau and Community”.
Hāpai Te Hauora
We provide the information and support to talk about gambling related harm. We also provide opportunities for Māori communities to speak out on their views about this kaupapa.
South Seas Healthcare
South Seas Healthcare is Otara’s largest Pacific health provider, delivering a range of clinic, community and social services throughout South Auckland.
The Salvation Army Oasis
The Salvation Army Oasis provides free and confidential support, education and counselling for those affected by gambling harm, as well as their whanau / family and others affected.
Asian Family Services
Asian Family Services is contracted by the Ministry of Health only to provide support for gamblers, family members and anybody who are negatively affected by someone else’s problem gambling in the past or at present.
Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand
Talking about your gambling, or someone else’s gambling, can bring huge relief and help you get your life back on track. We are here so that you do not need to make changes by yourself without support.
0800 LIFELINE offers free, 24/7, confidential support. Services are provided by professional staff and well trained volunteers. Volunteers on our community helplines undergo world class counselling training and supervision, providing a caring and professional service to a wide range of people in need. They deal with many kind of issues including psychological and emotional distress, financial and work issues, marriage and family problems and with callers who are lonely, ill, depressed or the victims of violence or abuse.
RainbowYOUTH (est.1989) is a charitable organisation dedicated to helping young queer and gender diverse (LGBTIQ) people up to the ages of 27, as well as their wider communities.