We know that having a supportive space to talk with other people that may share your experiences can be incredibly beneficial and important to people in their healing journeys and for connecting with others in the wider community. With this in mind we are looking for input from people in our community who may be interested in groups for survivors of sexual violence.
You are welcome to provide feedback to this survey anonymously.
Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse provides free and confidential services to survivors of any gender from the age of 18 and above.
We provide services to survivors of both recent and historical sexual violence and we also provide services to friends and whānau of survivors who may also be needing support.
Our office is open 9am - 5pm weekdays. Please contact us to arrange an appointment with a Support Worker or Counsellor, or for more information.
The services we provide are:
24/7 phone support
Face-to-face support sessions
Crisis support and crisis call-outs
Support at the hospital, police station and law courts
Education - we provide sexual violence prevention education for young people in secondary schools, aged 14 years and over. This includes the option of scheduled education sessions as requested
Consultancy - we also provide workshops to community groups and external organisations regarding preventing and responding to sexual violence
Referrals to other agencies.
Please contact us to enquire about any of these services.
If you have used our services and wish to comment to us on the standard of service you felt you received, we warmly encourage you to do so. Your feedback is really important to us, and you can submit your feedback anonymously. You will find a feedback contact form on our Contact Us page.
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