A directory of community groups and services in the Wellington region
Working 7 days a week rescuing fresh, frozen and non-perishable foods to pass on to local food banks and other charities. Last financial year we distributed nearly 152 tons of food and over 4,000 bana…
Counselling and education for individuals and families affected by gambling. This is a free service (donations welcome). All appointments are arranged confidentially through the Wellington office.
The Fire Awareness & Intervention Programme (FAIP) is a free consequences-based education programme designed to stop young people, aged from 5 to 17, lighting fires. It aims to do this by raising thei…
Support and self help information.
Meetings and newsletters.
Please phone and leave your name and number and someone will get back to you.
We currently have 5 support groups/meetings that meet month…
Provides planned short and long term respite care to youth and whanau with physical disabilities.
Emergency accommodation for youth.
Advocacy, social and welfare, community and employment support.
Facilitates professional training in dispute resolution.
Panel lists of arbitrators and mediators and Code of Ethics available at no charge.
CAMS provides subsidised training and up-skilling in book-keeping, accounting and financial management to community organisations. The service is one-to-one, at your place of work, based on your group…
The Aro Valley Project is a volunteer group effort aimed at restoring the Valley's original biodiversity. Since 2007 the group has put out more than 500 locally sourced plants each year while clearin…
Free, confidential advice and information:
- consumer advice
- personal issues, etc.
We have up-to-date local, regional and national information about your r…
Victims Advisors give victims of crimes, where criminal charges are laid, information about the progress of their case, explain the criminal justice system and victim's rights to participate.