Adult phone chat nz


28-Oct-2020 16:22

Next group TBC To register interest in attending or for more information, contact Equip Mental Health.

Phone: Waves is an eight week programme that aims to support adults 18 years old who have been bereaved by suicide.

We're here to listen and support you, and be on your side.

Part of what we do is organise fun and engaging events for kids with care experience so you can connect with other care experienced kids.

Members are able to engage anonymously one on one, in groups or the wider membership, express themselves creatively, gain knowledge and self-awareness through available information resources.

View website This monthly support group for those living with bipolar in the Counties Manukau area meets on the first Friday of every month (except January) from 10am-12pm at DRIVE Consumer Direction.

Next Group TBC To register interest in attending or for more information, contact Linda Bowden.

Email: Waves is an eight week programme that aims to support adults 18 years old who have been bereaved by suicide.

Adult phone chat nz-54

177e upload flirthookup com

Advocacy/peer support and social recreation/consumers: Crossroads Clubhouse provides day services for mental health consumers. Phone: Email: This group is for adults only, so you have to be over 18 years old to join.

Next group TBC To register interest in attending or for more information, contact Lila Vaganar or Lynda Delamore.

Phone: Lila: or Lynda: Email: A clinically supported, professionally facilitated, self-managed, peer support community of people who are experiencing common mental health problems who are supported to self-manage their own mental health.

Youth respite services are available for ages 13–24.

Adult services include: adult crisis respite, family/whanau support, flexible community living support, Kaupapa Maori support, maternal mental health (including respite), occupational therapy, peer support, support for community involvement and supported employment.

The Cancer Society invites people from the Cambridge community who have been impacted by cancer.