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This directory will connect you to information regarding the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme.
We help prevent injuries and get New Zealanders and visitors back to everyday life if they’ve had an accident.
We help people overcome barriers to employment, support them to return to work following an injury or illness, provide health and psychological services, and so much more. Worldwide, we have assisted over two million people.
Age Concern New Zealand is a charity dedicated to people over 65, their friends, and whānau. We promote dignity, wellbeing, equity and respect and provide expert information and support services in response to older people's needs.
24/7 confidential advice, information or support about drinking or other drug use
The primary objective of the Federation is to support and promote the welfare of all amputees. This includes offering peer support and encouragement when the going gets tough, and providing information and advice to help amputees achieve the quality lifestyle to which they aspire.
The Whangarei Anglican Care Centre – Te Whare Oranga (house of well being) offers a range of services to the community in the Whangarei area of Northland, New Zealand.
We are a national charity that provides information, advice and support to people diagnosed with any of the more than 140 forms of arthritis.
All children need hope, self respect, resilience and pride. Our mission is to motivate communities to nourish their own tamariki so that they can THRIVE. Based in Bay of Islands
Through educational content and legal guidance, the Birth Injury Center aims to empower and support families who have become victims of medical negligence.
We provide emotional and practical support, so that people who are blind, deafblind or have low vision can keep working and living independently.
We provide top-tier care for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, combining advanced clinical programming with luxurious amenities to ensure a secure, comfortable, and lasting recovery.
Brain Injury NZ offers support and resources to those who are affected – whether it be their own injury, or the injury of a loved one
CCS Disability Action is the largest disability support and advocacy organisation in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Carer Support Subsidy is available for older people and people with other health conditions who need support.
We provide free, confidential, independent information and advice to anyone. We help people know what their rights are and how to access services they need.
Providing grants to people living with disabilities to help them have better access and be more connected to their communities.
Deaf Aotearoa is a national organisation representing the voice of Deaf people, and the national service provider for Deaf people in New Zealand.
We're here to offer understanding, validation and practical advice for those navigating depression and anxiety. Our mission is to lessen the impact of these challenges on New Zealanders' lives by promoting early recognition, encouraging help seeking and fostering supportive communities.
Our nationwide companion driving service offers much more than just transportation. We’ll drive you to and from your destination and provide further assistance as needed.
Dyslexia PLUS is a not-for-profit association of parents, teachers, assessors and others who are interested in, and involved with, advancing the educational and general well-being of children and adults with specific learning disabilities.
The Eldernet Group is New Zealand’s most trusted provider of information for older people and their support networks.
Epilepsy New Zealand believes no one with epilepsy should go it alone. With support from stakeholders, Epilepsy New Zealand works on a national scale delivering services that will reduce the chronic health impacts experienced by New Zealanders of all ages living with epilepsy.
Generosity NZ is the largest digital search facility for funding information in Aotearoa. We have created three search tools that connect people to funding opportunities.
Supporting you to live your best life with healthcare, rehabilitation & disability support services.
A Green Prescription is written advice from a health professional (usually your doctor or practice nurse) to be ACTIVE and improve your diet. It’s a support service that helps you to improve your health and feel better at the same time.
The directory focuses on services available in Northland – along with national helpline services
Find out about your rights under the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers' Rights.
Every person who wishes to receive disability support services funded by a DHB must be needs assessed by the NASC. For 65+ contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 09 430 4131
We improve care and support services for people with Huntington's disease, educate families and professionals, and champion people's rights.
Kāpō Māori Aotearoa is a member-based society open to all people: disabled, able-bodied, Māori and Non-Māori. By supporting people, we bring hope, self-determination, independence, and individual and whānau well-being.
Literacy Aotearoa is established to develop, promote and deliver accessible, quality literacy services designed to ensure the peoples of Aotearoa are critically literate and able to realise their full social, cultural and economic potential.
We support people living with motor neurone disease, their carers, families, whānau, and health professionals through support, education, advocacy, and research.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association of New Zealand Inc. (MDANZ) is a member-led organisation established by New Zealanders with lived experience of neuromuscular conditions. We began in the late 1950’s as a support group for families affected by muscular dystrophy. Since then, we have broadened our scope to include many other neuromuscular conditions and have become a leading source of information and support to our community.
At the NZST, our mission is to empower people with spinal cord impairments and their whānau to embrace positive futures. We provide support and information services across New Zealand to help people overcome challenges, create strong networks, and pursue opportunities following their spinal impairment.
Membership in the NZ Williams Syndrome Association includes individuals with Williams Syndrome, their families, friends, medical and educational professionals.
Northland Down Syndrome Support Group is a charitable trust for people with Down syndrome, their families and their teachers. Run by parents of children with Down syndrome of all ages, we support, advise, advocate, provide resources and have fun!
One of our primary services is to offer support for families and individuals, and to assist quickly where our tamariki/children may need help. Our vision is to empower families to create a safe and nurturing environment.
OutLine is an all-ages rainbow mental health organisation providing support to the rainbow community, their friends, whānau, and those questioning. We provide a nationwide, free and confidential 0800 support line for people who want to speak to a trained volunteer from the rainbow community.
High quality information, education and support for all people with Parkinson's and Parkinson’s Plus conditions living in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Whānau Āwhina Plunket is a charity and Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest support service for the health and wellbeing of tamariki under-five and their whānau.
Post-Polio Health International’s mission is to collect, preserve and make available research and knowledge to promote the well-being and independence of polio survivors, home ventilator users, their caregivers and families, and to support the health professionals who treat them.
Building resilience through gameplay - SPARX e-therapy equips young people and rangatahi with life skills to power through stressful and negative emotions.
provides a 24-hour national crisis call service (0800 SHAKTI) for ethnic women in domestic violence, drop in centres for women, outreach, case work, advocacy, counselling, legal referral, interpreting, life skills programmes, domestic violence intervention and awareness training for communities and lobbying for legislation change
Tipu Skills For Life aims to provide a long-term early intervention, therapeutic program. Empowering young people with Skills For Life to enable them to imagine and grow a positive future.
We support and assist you and your family after a stroke, and help all New Zealanders keep safe from stroke.
The Federation We promote and facilitate the local provision of impartial health and disability information and resource services
The New Zealand Down Syndrome Association (NZSDA) has set itself the mission to Support, inform and advocate alongside people with Down syndrome, families, whānau and professionals.
Total Mobility is a nationwide scheme that provides a transport subsidy to help people with disabilities stay connected within their community.
We are committed to making Whangārei District inclusive and accessible for everyone. We provide working parking permits, free mobility hire and discount taxis to people living with disability.
We offer listening and support 24-hours a day 7 days a week through our crisis line. Our crisis service can also include in-person support, including during forensic and therapeutic examinations. Time with our service includes creating a support plan to meet survivors' immediate needs and ongoing support to achieve goals for healing and recovery.
0800 What’s Up is run by Barnardos New Zealand. We’re a free, nationally-available counselling helpline and webchat service for children and teenagers.
The Wilson Home Trust offers a range of grants that aim to assist and improve the lives of children and young adults with physical disabilities, and their whanau.
24 hr crisis-line, information and safe housing for women, young people and children experience abuse; wide range of education programmes
Workbridge is the largest New Zealand-owned employment service for people with a disability or health condition.
If you are concerned about a whānau member experiencing mental health challenges, our whānau support workers can help you by providing a range of family mental health support, information, education and advocacy services.
Your Way l Kia Roha is a charitable trust dedicated to helping disabled people thrive, living the lives they choose in their communities.
Youthline offers a free Helpline service (text, phone, webchat & email), free face-to-face counselling services, youth mentoring, programmes in schools and communities to help people grow and develop.
iSign is an NZSL interpreter booking service providing over 70 qualified NZSL interpreters for jobs all around New Zealand.