Adult bipolar chat room
They offer Carer Helplines and on-line services (moderated message board and chat room) for carers.
Branches include: Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia: The Well Ways program:Ph: 1800 985 944.
We also have a facebook group where you can join in and chat: fb.com/groups/hearingvoicesnetworkaotearoanz View website Email: Kenzie’s Gift is a charity which supports the mental health of children and young people affected by serious illness or bereavement, ensuring they can live happy and fulfilled lives.
Kenzie’s Gift aims to give children and young people the coping mechanisms they need to deal with the anxiety, grief and loss experienced when a member of their family is affected by serious illness or passes away.
View website Phone: Email: No support group in your area?
Our hearing voices support groups are usually run by volunteers.
The message board is moderated and has become a safe haven for many who previously felt they had no voice.
Address: 301 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011 View website Phone: Email: Workbridge is a professional employment service for people with all types of disability, including people who have lived with the long-term effects of injury and illness.
Address: 4 -12 Cruickshank St, Kilbirnie, Wellington 6241 View website Phone: 0800 004 001 Email: The Phobic Trust (now The Anxiety New Zealand Trust) was first conceptualised by Marcia Read QSO and the late Mr David Ludbrook. A 24 hour voluntary phone line was established in 1983 and from this a trial clinic started in Parnell, with the main St Luke's clinic being created soon afterwards. View website Phone: 08 or A NZ-run mental illness consumer peer support group available to all, online 24/7.
The Big Black Dog Message Board was started in August 2008 and currently has around 160 members (membership & registration is free but essential to post or visit the chat room).
A Workbridge client will have been living with the effects of their disability, injury or illness for more than six months.
Workbridge works at no cost for jobseekers and employers to match people to the right job.
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Date: Third Tuesday of every month Time: pm to pm Address: 423 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland (please use the back door off Coleridge St) View website Phone: (09) 378 9134 Supporting Families facilitates free monthly support groups for families, whanau and friends who are supporting someone in their mental health recovery.