This site provides information about depression and anxiety as well as giving ways that can be used to help you on the journey back to feeling well.
Depression NZ | Rural
This website is full of ideas and stories to help people with depression and anxiety get to a better place from a farming point of view.
Farmstrong is a nationwide wellbeing programme for the rural community. Their aim is to help you live well to farm well.
Family Violence, It's Not Ok
For people who are in a violent situation as either the abused or the abuser, people who want to know how to help friends and family whom they can see are hurting and groups who can influence change.
This a website to help young New Zealanders recognise and understand depression or anxiety and has ideas about what you can do for yourself or to help a friend.
Mental Health Foundation
We provide free information and training, and advocate for policies and services that support people with experience of mental illness, and also their families/whānau and friends.
Connecting Through Kōrero
A guide for having safe, open, honest and compassionate kōrero about suicide with taiohi/young people.
FLO: Pasifika for Life
FLO equips Pasifika families and communities to prevent suicide.
This site was created to help players, coaches, support staff and families in the rugby community to support their own wellbeing and that of others.
We see Pasifika wellbeing in a holistic way – taking in to account all dimensions of a person, family or community – physical, mental, social, environmental and spiritual.
SPARX is a computer program that helps young people with mild to moderate depression. It can also help if you’re feeling anxious or stressed.
We support families and whanau to provide the best possible quality life and recovery to their loved one who has a mental illness and to their own self care.
We provide support for those who care for someone with Mental Health conditions or alcohol and drug addictions.
Centre 401 Trust is a peer and self help centre which supports recovery from mental illness.
For more information, please see www.centre401.co.nz or phone 07 838 0199.