Phone or text to 1737 anytime when you're ready to talk to a trained counsellor about reducing the harm caused by drugs.
A Girl Called Hope helps 16 to 28 year old women make a positive change during a 6-month live in programme.
Tauranga Hospital offers an acute inpatient service for adults experiencing acute mental illness.
Al-Anon Family Group meetings brings together friends and family of problem drinkers so they can share their experiences and learn about the Al-Anon programme.
Phone 0800 787 797 or text 8681 anytime when you're ready to talk to a trained counsellor about reducing the harm caused by drugs. Call the Māori Line on 0800 787 798, the Pasifika line on 0800 787 799 or the Youth Line on 0800 787 984.
Turn up to an AA meeting and find a fellowship of men and women who share how they have been harmed by alcohol and their hope for a better future.
Amped4life helps our communities fight drug and alcohol problems. They work with schools, community groups and work places to help teenagers makes better life choices.
Ararimu Lodge is an alcohol rehab retreat for women who are feeling overwhelmed by personal issues and have problems with alcohol.
Ashburn Clinic provides a detox programme for adults that want to recover from their drug addiction while staying in their Dunedin clinic.
Baywide Community Law gives free legal help to people on low income. This can include family court and care of children, domestic violence, loss of housing, and harm in the home or community.
The BOP Addiction Service is a regional service which offers specialist addiction services for people 18 years and older. The services offered includes advice and assessment, individual counselling and support, group work, a range of detox services, Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST), access to residential treatment and advice and treatment for the Substance Addiction Compulsory Assessment and Treatment (SACAT) Act.
DHB Building on Commerce Lane, Te Puke
Free drop in clinics for sexual health checks, STI (sexually transmitted infections) tests and treatments.
The Bay of Plenty Therapy Foundation helps people with counselling who cannot normally pay for help.
Brave Hearts is a free support service for people with loved ones in the grips of substance abuse and addiction. They hold group meetings and provide phone support.
Capri Sanctuary provides a private residential programme in Auckland for people with drug addictions.
Drug Help gives online self-help for people thinking about their relationship with drugs. It also has information if you want to help someone else reduce the harm caused by drugs.
Emerge Aotearoa works with users and their whānau to reduce the harm caused by drugs. This includes looking at your background and culture, including Maori, Pacific Islands, Asian and European. Help can be with counselling, community support or finding housing.
Family Link Fieldworkers educate support and advocate for Family and Whānau who have a loved one experiencing addiction and/or mental unwellness. They also educate, support and advocate for children and youth from the ages of 7 to 17 who have a parent or sibling experiencing addiction and/or mental unwellness.
Family Works Northern helps build strong families and helps children and their families to learn, grow and thrive. They help with counselling, group programmes and family violence prevention.
Fostering Kids helps caregivers, including whānau caregivers, look after children. Support includes training sessions, group meetings, family day events and meeting other caregivers living in your area.
Get Smart Tauranga works alongside young people up to the age of 24 to keep them safe from the harmful effects of alcohol and drugs. Help is given by free counselling from this Christian group, which also gives out free hot food and drinks from its Street Help van on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Graeme Dingle Foundation supports youth through their Kiwi Can primary school, Stars year 9 mentoring and Project K year 10 outdoor programmes.
Grandparents raising Grandchildren helps grandparents and whānau caregivers look after children. Support includes group meetings, information and advice from fellow caregivers.
Grief Support gives counselling and information for everyone experiencing grief and loss including individual, whānau and family sessions.
Hanmer Clinic helps people that want to stop using alcohol and drugs. This includes people who are working or looking after others and are living in a safe home. Help starts with free counselling for 8-weeks so people can stop using drugs while staying at work. This is followed by regular care groups that help you stay drug free.
Healthcare helps people, their family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs through a personalised support plan.
Higher Ground is a residential addiction treatment centre based in Auckland.
Huria Trust works in Judea to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
Tauranga Hospital offers comprehensive mental health assessment and treatment for children and young people between the ages of 0-19 with moderate to serious mental health problems.
Junction gives one-on-one support and group meeting for people with drug problems.
Māori Wardens work to create safer communities, encourage and assist rangatahi, and support whānau following the guiding principles of respect, awhi, aroha, and whānaungatanga.
LINC helps people with community-based support, education and recovery programmes so they can reduce the harm caused by drugs while living in their own home.
Live for More uses surf therapy to reach troubled young men and empower them to turn their lives around. They work with 17-25 year old young men who are caught up in lifestyles of drugs, alcohol, crime, gangs, prison and violence.
The Madison Centre is a live-in house that uses a former motel to give people a safe place while they get help from other service providers.
Ahi Ora by Maketu Health and Social Services uses the legends of Maui to help young people focus on their strengths, understand who they are, and create a better future.
The Maori Women's Welfare League helps families with health, alcohol and drug abuse, violence and working with other agencies to support whānau.
Tauranga Hospital offers assessment and treatment for women who develop moderate to severe mental health and addictions problems during pregnancy and up to 12 months after giving birth.
A regional dementia nurse provides resource and assistance with complex dementia services.
The Waikato DHB provides regional forensic psychiatric services covering the justice system (courts), prisons and general mental health. They also have a secure adult inpatient service based in Hamilton and a youth impatient service based in Wellington.
Access to Auckland Hospital Starship inpatient mental health and addictions services for children and adolescents needing specialist care.
Moana House is a residential therapeutic community based in Dunedin for adult males with a criminal background who want to change their lives, with many also having drug issues.
NA is made up of addicts who are trying to help each other recover from using drugs and make changes in their lives. We choose to recover by attending meetings, working the 12 Steps, finding and talking to a sponsor, helping other addicts get and stay clean and by reading and studying NA literature.
Needle Exchange Programme lets people exchange their needles and syringes so the can reduce the harm when injecting drugs.
Ngā Kakano is a tangata whenua based organisation, working in Tauranga, Te Puke, Opotiki and Murupara. They’ll help with drug assessments and counselling, support whānau and as needed help you with resident programmes.
Waipu Hauora works in Maungātapu to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
Ngāti Awa works in their rohe to help people and their whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs
Ngati Kahu Hauora helps people understand and treat their drug problem within a kaupapa Maori framework. There is also a GP service and other support through the holistic approach: ki te taha hinengaro, te taha wairua, te taha tinana, te taha whānau me nga uri o te hapu katoa.
Moana House is a residential therapeutic community based in Christchurch that is a place of last resort for adults with the most severe addictions.
Odyssey House phone-based counselling service for anyone with a meth problem. This includes users and those worried about someone else.
Pathways Health helps young people reduce the harm caused by drugs, including providing help in the home or finding homes to live in.
Pirirakau Hauora works with a network of local health providers to support you with drug and other health problems. This includes helping children, teenagers and adults who are being harmed by the use of drugs in their community.
Poutiri Trust works with a network of local health providers to support you with drug and other health problems. This includes helping children, teenagers and adults who are being harmed by the use of drugs in their community.
Rau O Te Huia operates a 10 bed live in care house for tangata whaiora in a kaupapa Maori environment. They provide you with full time or part time care to help reduce the harm caused by drugs.
Rongo Atea provides taiohi between the ages of 13 to 19 with a 10-week residential AOD rehabilitation programme based in Hamilton.
SociaLink works to connect and support social service agencies working in the Western Bay of Plenty.
Sorted is a confidential service that helps young people looking for information and help on alcohol and drugs. Young people can directly call Sorted to talk about their drug use, or parents, caregivers and whānau can call Sorted for confidential advice. You will meet a Sorted worker at a time and a place that best suits you to talk about your drug use and how you can make changes.
Springhill is a residential addiction treatment centre based in Napier for people recovering from severe to moderate addictions and associated mental health disorders.
Stepping Stone Ministries offers a faith-based live in programme that helps men 18 and over to reduce the harm from drugs. People will live at their Koinonia Lodge for a year or more.
Strengthening Families pulls together support for your family and whānau. They work with government and other community groups so everyone can agree on a plan to move forward. Help can come from budget advisors, truancy officers, social workers, medical specialist, counsellors, and others.
Families Achieving Balance is a free Social Service Agency that provides education, help and support to families and individuals that are experiencing difficulties in their lives, covering a wide range of family problems.
The Budget Advisory Service is free help on how to manage your money and get your finances back under control.
TCHT helps people and their family find safe, affordable housing.
Foodbank gives food parcels to families and people in need in the Tauranga region.
Safer Communities is a community programme that supports social agencies so people live free of drug-related harm.
The Tauranga Youth Development Team works with youth agencies to help youth in our region.
Te Ao Hou works in Opotiki to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
Te Awanui Hauora works in Matakana Island to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
Te Manu Toroa helps parents and whānau concerned about their tamariki or rangatahi, plus rangatahi that are worried and need help to deal with drug issues. They work with agencies that provide a holistic service that includes whānau and collective ways of improving situations.
Te Nikau Addictions Centre is a residential addiction treatment centre based in Paraparaumu for people recovering from severe to moderate addictions.
At Te Puna Hauora helps tamariki, rangatahi, adults and whānau with alcohol and drug interventions within a kaupapa Maori framework.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tamawhariua helps people, their family and whānau with drug and alcohol problems using a kaupapa Māori framework.
Ngāi Te Rangi offer the Peaceful Warriors alchohol and drugs programme targeting 10 to 26 year olds and their whānau to help reduce the harm from drugs. They also operate a free mobile health clinic that will come to your community.
Te Tawharau o te Ora will help you find emergency accommodation for Maori and Pacific Island whānau in the Tauranga area. They also help whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs.
Te Tomika Trust helps people, their family and whānau with drug and alcohol problems using a kaupapa Māori framework.
Te Tuingā Whānau works in Tauranga to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
Te Utahina provides residential AOD rehabilitation beds in Rotorua within a Kaupapa Māori framework.
Te Whare Oranga Ngakau is a kaupapa Māori alcohol and drug residential centre based in Rotorua that is suited for people that no longer have complex drug problems but have other care needs or need to develop other skills.
Whether you're considering getting help for yourself or a friend or relative, the Salvation Army Bridge will help you with alcohol or drug use and help you find ways to get things under control. The Salvation Army uses a 12-step spiritual pathway that can include family and friends to help you find a life or serenity and peace.
The Turning Point is a residential detox programme based in Auckland that helps people gain a life free from substance abuse, with support for family and friends.
Greenlane Clinical Centre
214 Greenlane Road West Epsom, Auckland 1051
Specialised eating disorder services and support including residential care.
Turning Point Trust runs a range of day activities for adults so they can build on their strengths and interests, as well as support for finding jobs and building careers.
VHRT helps with community-based support so people can take charge of their own health and wellbeing. They also help people develop their skills and find work.
Waipu Hauora works in Matapihi to help youth, family and whānau reduce the harm caused by drugs, and other health problems.
At Whaiorangā Trust they help with alcohol and drug interventions with a primary focus is the wellbeing of whānau, hapu and iwi.
Whaiorangā Trust works with social agencies to reduce the harm caused to our communities from drugs.
Workplace Support works with businesses to help staff who are using drugs and want to reduce the harm to themselves and their workplace.
Youth Horizons supports children, young people and their families and whānau with challenging conduct and addiction problems. This includes foster housing in a family and whānau setting.