NZ Support Websites

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Intersex Awareness New Zealand (ITANZ) (Nationwide)

ITANZ is a New Zealand registered charitable trust and provides information, education and training for organisations and professionals who provide services to intersex people and their families.

Intersex Youth Aoteoroa (Nationwide)

Intersex Youth Aotearoa is a place to share information, find support and network, we aim to improve the visibility of intersex young people, to create community and support.


Agender NZ (Nationwide)

Agender New Zealand INC provides support and advocacy services throughout New Zealand for ALL within the Transsexual and Transgender Community.

Genderbridge NZ (Nationwide)

Genderbridge is a peer to peer trans community organisation providing support to transgender / gender diverse people, their whanau and friends throughout Aotearoa.

Star* Rainbow Youth Gender Diversity Group (Auckland)

Star* is a social support group open to any gender diverse and currently questioning youth. It provides a respectful and relaxed environment where any identity is supported and affirmed.

Sex Work

NZ Prostitutes’ Collective (Nationwide)

The New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective advocates for the rights, health and well-being of all sex workers.

Mental Health

Affinity Services (Auckland)

Affinity Services is a not-for-profit organisation providing community mental health services to a current client base of 400 people from Auckland and South Auckland.

Anxiety New Zealand Trust (Auckland)

If you live in the Auckland region and experience anxiety, panic attacks or phobias, we are committed to helping you make the journey to wellness. We do this regardless of your financial situation, ethnic background or previous experience of mental health treatment.

Auckland Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (Auckland)

We provide a supportive environment for men and women struggling with compulsive sexual and emotional behaviour. Sex and ‘love’ addiction is an obsessive/compulsive pattern, either sexual or emotional (or both), in which relationships or sexual activities have become increasingly destructive to career, family and self respect.

Step Ahead (Christchurch)

Step Ahead is a membership based, not for profit organisation providing comprehensive programmes that offer social, educational, recreational and pre-vocational activities for adults diagnosed with a mental illness.


Sexual Abuse

Better Blokes (Auckland)

Supporting men who have experienced sexual, physical and psychological trauma.

Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Nationwide)

All MSSAT organisations offer one to one, peer and group support for survivors and their significant others.  Group support and the validation from other men is very empowering for recovering survivors.  As abuse usually takes place in isolation healing works well with others.

Rape Prevention Education (Nationwide)

Rape Prevention Education (RPE) works in the greater Auckland area and nationally to prevent sexual violence through the delivery of education and health promotion/prevention activities. RPE also provides information for those affected by sexual violence through print and online media.

Safe Network (Upper North Island)

Safe Network operates the largest community-based specialist clinical assessment and intervention service in New Zealand for those with concerning and harmful sexual behaviour.

Sexual Health

Auckland Sexual Health Service (Auckland) – NZ Sexual Health Clinics

Auckland Sexual Health Service aims to provide sexual health care that is client focused, culturally appropriate and of an excellent standard. We are a specialist service offering free and confidential sexual health care.

Body Positive (Nationwide)

Body Positive Inc. is a group founded by and run for people with HIV/AIDS. We welcome all people living with HIV and AIDS in New Zealand. Body Positive Inc. breaks down isolation and builds a sense of community while advocating on behalf of HIV+ people on a national level.

Family Planning (Nationwide)

We offer confidential, non-judgmental sexual and reproductive health care. We work with people of any gender, age, nationality or sexual orientation.

Hepatitis Foundation (Nationwide)

The Hepatitis Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation which provides care for people living with hepatitis B or C.

INA Foundation (Nationwide)

To improve the quality of life for whānau living with and impacted by HIV, and improve the quality of information given to whānau, hapū and Iwi.

New Zealand AIDS Foundation (Nationwide) – Getting Tested

We are focused on preventing the transmission of HIV and providing support for people living with HIV.

Healthpoint (Nationwide)

Healthpoint provides up-to-date information about healthcare providers, referral expectations, services offered and common treatments.

Positive Women (Nationwide)

Supporting women and families living in New Zealand with HIV and AIDS.

Violence and Domestic Abuse

Inner City Women’s Group (Auckland)

We offer specialised support and education programmes for women, available in different locations across Auckland.

It’s Not OK (Nationwide)

It’s not OK is a community-driven behaviour change campaign to reduce family violence in New Zealand. Its goal is to change attitudes and behaviour that tolerate any kind of family violence.

North Harbour Living Without Violence (North Shore, Auckland)

NHLWV is committed to the ongoing provision of high-quality domestic violence services. We emphasise the right of all people to live lives free from violence and abuse in all its forms.

Shine (Nationwide)

Every year, Shine directly helps thousands of adult and child victims of domestic abuse to be safer, and we motivate hundreds of men that hurt their families to change their behaviour. We help thousands more by supporting and training other professionals to effectively intervene and support victims of domestic abuse.

Stopping Violence Services (Christchurch)

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