TANI supports Asian New Zealanders to enjoy an optimal quality of life and well being, and develop strong and healthy Asian communities in Aotearoa New Zealand.
For more information please visit the TANI website.
Breast Cancer Foundation NZ 'Ask a Nurse' service
Do you have questions or concerns about breast cancer or breast health? Our specialist breast cancer nurse is available weekdays to take your call on 0800 BCNurse (0800 2268 773), whether you're someone with breast cancer, a support person, or just concerned about breast health. All calls will be treated in the strictest confidence.
For more information visit Breast Cancer Foundation page or phone 0800 2268 773 (0800 BCNurse).
Providing peer support services to Northland women.
0800 227 687 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.breastcancernorthland.co.nz
Providing peer support services to women in the Bay of Plenty area.
Phone (07) 571 3346, www.breastcancerbop.org.nz
Comprehensive support, information and advisory services for people experiencing cancer.
For your local division, call 0800CANCER.
Support and information for those affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancers.
Phone 021 942 889, email@example.com, www.giftofknowledge.co.nz
Support, advice and counselling to help those affected by loss and grief. Fees are on a sliding scale, based upon a client's income.
Phone(09) 418 1457, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.griefcentre.org.nz
Healthline is staffed by experienced registered nurses who can provide health information and advice on care. 24/7 service.
Phone 0800 611 116, http://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/services-and-support/health-care-services/healthline
Hearts and Minds
Are you looking for support for your whanau or family? Have you recently immigrated to New Zealand and need help settling in? Maybe you’re interested in attending or organising a personal development workshop or training course? Do you need to access a support service but don’t know which one is right for you? Hearts & Minds (formerly Raeburn House) is a primary mental health provider / community development organisation with a focus on mental wellbeing, community wellbeing and diversity. Underpinning our core focus is the desire to support better outcomes for all. Visit the website, or call for information (09) 441 8989.
Providing palliative care services nationwide. Call or visit the site for local information.
Phone (04) 381 0266, www.hospice.org.nz.
Providing support for children and young people experiencing grief over bereavement or serious illness within the family.
Email email@example.com, www.kenziesgift.com
The Citizens' Advice Bureau (CAB) provides Language Connect, a free multi-lingual service offering information and advocacy on a wide range of issues including income support and health and well being. Phone 0800 788 877, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.cab.org.nz/languageconnect/Pages/home.aspx.
Lifeline Aotearoa's telephone counselling service provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week counselling and support. Also provides affordable face to face counseling, and a Kids Line for children up to age 18. Phone Lifeline 0800 543 354 or enquiries (09) 909 8750.
National organisation providing free skin care/make up/styling guidance for women undergoing cancer treatments. Classes run regularly throughout the year, call or visit the site for details.
Phone 0800 865 432, email@example.com, www.lgfb.co.nz.
Support network for those affected by primary and secondary lymphoedema .
Phone Joy 09 625 6463, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about diagnosis, treatment and care of lymphoedema, and listings of therapists in public and private practice.
Provides mobility parking permits for those unable to walk 200m unassisted. Permits enable parking in marked spaces closer to venues and shops.
Phone 0800 227 2255, MobilityParking@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz, www.mobilityparking.org.nz.
Mybc is an online community for New Zealanders affected by breast cancer - a place to connect and share experiences with others like you, and to ask questions and get support from a qualified breast nurse.For more information, or to join, please visit the mybc site.
Supporting women diagnosed with breast cancer in the Rotorua/Lakes area.
Phone 022 424 6616, email@example.com, www.rotoruabreastcancertrust.co.nz
Online support for young women experiencing breast cancer.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, www.shockingpink.org.nz
Support for families/individuals facing change, loss, grief, trauma. Special services available for children.
Phone 0800 299 100, email@example.com, www.skylight.org.nz
Te Hā Oranga
Te Hā Oranga is a Ngāti Whātua organisation that provides health and wellbeing services to everyone within the Ngāti Whātua rohe. Services include women's health and breast screening.
Dargaville Office:09 439 3013
Dargaville Hospital, Awakino Rd
Te Awaroa Office 09 420 8523
98 Commercial Rd, Helensville
Wellsford Office: 09 423 6091
158 Rodney St, Wellsford.
Auckland Office: 09 300 8577
For more information
please visit the website.
Well Women & Family Trust has an established women's health service for the new migrant and refugee communities. Health promoters from China, Hong Kong and Korea are available for language appropriate services. Printed resources also available.
Phone Betty Ling 846 7886 ext.711 or 021 056 6118, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.wons.org.nz/nursing/asian-services.asp.
Run by Breast Cancer Support/Auckland, for women aged 20-45 experiencing breast cancer.
Phone 0800 273 222, email@example.com.