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Need Help Right Now? Lifeline New Zealand’s telephone counselling service provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week counselling and support.
Office and Counselling Enquiries 09 909 8750
Lifeline      24/7          Helpline 0800 543 354
Face to Face Counselling

Lifeline provides high quality, affordable face to face counselling in many of our Centres, including Auckland, Hamilton and New Plymouth.

Lifeline also provides ACC trauma counselling in some Centres.  Please contact for further information.

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Suicide Crisis Helpline
0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)

Provides a 24/7 confidential and free telephone counselling and support service for those who may be thinking about suicide, or for those who are concerned about friends or whanau.  This helpline is staffed by highly experienced helpline counsellors with training in suicide prevention and intervention.

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If you are concerned about your immediate safety or the safety of someone else - ring 111.

Kidsline (0800 543 754)

Lifeline’s near-peer telephone support service for children aged up to 18.   Available 24/7, children are also able to speak with specially-trained and supervised telephone counsellors aged 16-24 between 4pm and 9pm Monday to Friday.

Kidsline is a member of Child Helpline International.

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Lifeline’s telephone counselling service provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week counselling & support.

Lifeline is also a leading provider of Suicide Prevention and Intervention training, providing ASIST and safeTALK workshops throughout the country.   If you would like further information about suicide prevention and intervention training, or if you would like to know more about becoming a trainer, please visit our dedicated site below.

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