Family violence and sexual violence prevention

Helplines are available

If you are a victim of family violence, sexual violence, or if there is someone that makes you fearful, threatens or harasses you, seek help as soon as possible. You have the right to be safe.

The following helplines continue to be available for people needing help:

Finding a local support service

Sexual violence services

Chat to counsellors online or find out more at Safe To Talk(external link)

  • Rape Crisis Centres – call 0800 88 3300 for contact details of your local centre. Provides support for survivors of sexual abuse, their families, friends and whānau

Find out more about Rape Crisis Centres(external link)

  • Male Survivors Aotearoa New Zealand – call 0800 044 344. Offers one-to-one, peer and support groups for male survivors of sexual abuse and their significant others

Find out more about Male Survivors Aotearoa New Zealand(external link)

  • Tu Wahine Trust – call 09 838 8700 for kaupapa Māori counselling, therapy and support for survivors of sexual harm (mahi tukino) and violence within whānau

Find out more about Tu Wahine Trust(external link)

  • ACC Sensitive Claims Unit – call 0800 735 566 for access to services related to sexual abuse or sexual assault

Find out more about accessing services via the ACC Sensitive Claims Unit(external link)

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