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The Altogether Autism website is for People with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Families and whanau, Friends of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anyone in the community who wants to know more. The website has information about the services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, The people who can give you expert advice, Where you can find more information.
If you or someone you care about has cancer, if you want to help provide support, or reduce your own risk of cancer – you have come to the right place.
A FREE telephone service for any HEALTH related advice. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Kapiti Health Website provides links to services available to Kapiti residents.
Dedicated to helping people with asthma, Asthma New Zealand provides support and information you need about understanding, managing and living with asthma.
The Kapiti Women's Centre (KWC) is a feminist organisation which promotes the physical, mental and spiritual well being of women on the Kapiti Coast. The Centre is open five days a week, from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday and 9:00am to 8:00pm on Thursdays, during school terms. KWC is a warm, friendly, safe and caring environment for women to come and enjoy. We provide a range of services either free or at very low cost. KWC prides itself on the supportive and confidential service we provide for the women on the Kapiti Coast.
Kapiti Youth Support (KYS) is a free confidential health and support service for anyone between the ages of 10 - 24 living in Kapiti. Our Service is available for all health concerns and issues whether physical or emotional. Whether you need a chat over a cuppa, advice, support or treatment, we're approachable, friendly and easy to talk with... come see us!
Kapiti Youth Support (KYS) is a free confidential health and support service for anyone between the ages of 10 - 24 living in Kapiti. Our Service is available for all health concerns and issues whether physical or emotional. Whether you need a chat over a cuppa, advice, support or treatment, we're approachable, friendly and easy to talk with... come see us!
Useful information about caring for your child's teeth
Parent to Parent aims to help strengthen the family unit by empowering and supporting parents and whanau. This is done by the provision of information on any condition or issue, disability or health impairment. Parent to Parents matching service strives to offer the vital support that only a parent with a child who has a disability can give to another parent who also has a child with a disability. Support and information can be provided through every stage of life from babyhood, schooldays, puberty, learning jobs and right on to adulthood.
Seek Help is an online database of Therapists. You can search for a therapist by location, speciality, experience, qualifications or price. Find the Therapist, Counsellor, Psychologist, Psychiatrist or Coach that is right for you in your location.
Helping young Kiwis understand and deal with depression. If you or someone you know is experiencing depression, The Lowdown is a good place to be. Here you’ll find info on depression, and advice on dealing with it.
Exhausted, stressed, anxious, confused? Difficulty coping with your baby? Managing daily activities difficult? The Post and Ante-Natal Distress Support Group is here to help.
Victim Support is a community organisation that helps people hurt by crime and other trauma.
Each week 12 babies are born with a congenital heart defect. Over half of these babies will require surgery. Wellington@Heart provide much-needed practical, emotional and advocacy support to families in the greater Wellington area, helping them to cope with the immediate and ongoing challenges of living with a heart child. We look after the families of heart children by providing resources, information, education, training, counselling and psychological support, specialised equipment, camps, family matching, social affiliation and financial assistance.
Youth Quest is a character mentoring, programme based organisation, with a passion to practically and effectively work with young people and their families within their communities. We strive to deliver high quality programmes and mentoring to the young people we work with through building on - Independence, Mastery, Generosity and Belonging. We run a number of programmes with these key elements fundamental to the final outcome of ‘inspiring positive futures’ for all.
Youthline Wellington offers a free, confidential, non-judgemental telephone, text and email counselling and information service to people in the Wellington and Greater Wellington areas, Kapiti Coast, Porirua, Hutt Valley, Wairarapa and the Nelson/Marlborough region. Although we specifically aim to assist young people, Youthline’s service is used by all ages.