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Canterbury Mental Health Directory and Guide

Engage Aotearoa recommends the Canterbury Mental Health Directory as a great place to start if you would like to seek help with an emotional, relational or mental health issue. It lists a number of support groups in Canterbury.

If you are asking yourself questions like these: “What sort of help do I need? Who should I go to? What will it cost? How private will it be? Will I have to wait?” this directory attempts to answer these and other questions in understandable language and with your best interests at heart. The directory can be found here. (Note from Engage: You could also try out our Community Resources Directory, which has some South Island entries.)

The website also features a superb guide for starting out seeking help, found here.

Recent highlights from Engage Aotearoa’s Facebook page

Here are some recent highlights from Engage Aotearoa’s Facebook page:

The Embassy of France has launched a call for applications to young New Zealanders to apply for a fantastic mobility programme in Paris centered on the theme of human rights and liberties.
The king of comedy comes clean with his drug and alcohol addictions.
Because I’m open about my depression, I get a lot of emails from people who are worried about a loved one who is struggling…
Did your high school sex ed class skip over this one hugely important detail? An article on consent.
This might resonate with some people.

Auckland Sexual Abuse Help Changes Name

Auckland Sexual Abuse Help has changed their name to HELP and their new email address is info@helpauckland.org.nz. The new website address is www.helpauckland.org.nz.

Their phone numbers and addresses remain the same