Our nationwide network of members work in community mental health and addiction wellbeing services from the far north to the deep south.
Providing highly specialised services for torture and trauma survivors.
Peer Support, Advocacy and Education network in the Hutt Valley for people self-identifying as experiencing mental distress, illness and/or addiction.
Providing treatment for severe addiction to alcohol, drugs and gambling.
Improving the wellbeing of individuals, family and community affected by addiction, mental health and related issues.
Peer support service for adults with experience of mental distress in Otago.
Providing support to anyone with a need so they can lead fulfilling lives in the community.
Providing residential, mobile support and respite options, and pre-employment initiatives nationwide.
Providing mental health, addiction, and housing services in the community of South Auckland.
The Problem Gambling Foundation is trading as PGF Group; the overarching brand for PGF Services, Mapu Maia Pasifika Service and Asian Family Services
Supporting people and families to reduce the impact of a mental health condition on the way they want to live their lives.
Meeting the needs of people who have a mental health diagnosis, intellectual disability, physical disability or dual diagnosis.
Empowering people to reach their full potential through personal growth, positive mental health and wellbeing.
An alcohol & other drug, and co-existing problems health service for youth.
Providing unique treatment in the top of the south, based on therapeutic community concepts with a family/whānau emphasis.
Enabling New Zealand's most vulnerable children to be seen and heard, in safety, and have their dreams and hopes nurtured.
Supporting people who experience mental illness by providing activities that empower and rehabilitate members.
An adult mental health and addiction consumer run organisation.
Providing psychiatric rehabilitation services in Christchurch.
Supporting families and whānau to provide the best quality of life to loved ones with a mental illness.
Offering a safe, supportive place for tangata whai ora on their road to recovery, whatever that means for them.