Asian Support


Asian Support

 

Age Concern New Zealand
Age Concern is committed to promoting wellbeing, rights, respect and dignity for older people.
Phone: 09 820 0184
Website: www.ageconcern.org.nz/ 



Asian Council on Reducing Crime Charitable Trust
The Asian Council on Reducing Crime (A.C.R.C) is a volunteer community based organisation that was established as a Charitable Trust in 2005. The vision of the A.C.R.C is to be recognised and accepted as the organisation at the forefront, of representing and serving the community safety needs of the Asian community.
Website: www.acrc.org.nz/



Asian Family Service/ Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand
The Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF) is a national non-profit organisation predominantly funded by the Ministry of Health with funds received from the gambling levy. Asian services team (Asian Family Services) in New Zealand providing free and confidential counselling, information and education in Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai and Japanese.
Freephone: 0800 862 342
Website: www.pgfnz.org.nz 



Asian Patient Support Service  (WDHB)
Age Concern is committed to promoting wellbeing, rights, respect and dignity for older people.
Phone: 09 820 0184
Website: www.ageconcern.org.nz/ 



Auckland Chinese Community Centre Inc.
The Auckland Chinese Community Centre is one of Auckland's oldest and longest standing Chinese community organizations. We exist to provide social amenities for the Chinese community. Our activities encompass sport, social activities and the learning of Chinese.
Phone: 09 625 5833
Website: www.aucklandchinese.org.nz/
 


Auckland Regional Migrant Service 
Auckland Regional Migrant Services is here to support you with all your settlement information needs.
Phone: 09 625 2440
Website: www.arms-mrc.org.nz/

 

Bhartiya Samaj Charitable Trust
Bhartiya Samaj Charitable Trust is a Not for Profit organisation serving the community since 1995 and the largest multi-faith South Asian Group in the whole of Auckland
Phone: 09 443 0579
Website: www.bsct.org.nz/



Bowel Screening - Waitemata District Health Board
Bowel Screening service for people age 50-7 living in Waitemata District Health Board area. Information provided in Chinese and Korean.
Freephone: 0800 924 432
Website: www.bowelscreeningwaitemata.co.nz/ 



Chinese Action Network – Bridging Trust
Chinese Action Network-Bridging trust provides health-related educational programmes for the Chinese community. It also helps break down the language barriers that the Chinese community faces when dealing with mainstream health services providers.
Mobile: 021 049 7051


 

Chinese Mental Health Consultation Services Trust
Promotes family harmony among Chinese, enhances parenting skills, and decreases conflict among family members (couple, parent-child, in-laws) and stop family violence. Free, confidential, professional consultation such as providing parenting strategies, communication skills.
Freephone: 0800 567 6666
Phone: 09 624 4639
Website: www.cmh.org.nz/



Chinese New Settlers Services Trust
Chinese New Settlers Services Trust (CNSST) is registered as a charitable trust which offers culturally and linguistically appropriate services to both Asian new settlers and the Asian communities, eg. Korean community.
Freephone: 0800 274 267
Chinese: 09 570 1188
Korean: 09 570 9099
Website: www.chineseservice.org.nz



Community, Alcohol and Drug services – Waitemata District Health Board
Offers a range of free alcohol and drug counseling service, information and support service
Phone: 09 845 1818
Website: www.cads.org.nz/ 
 



Diabetes Auckland - Chinese Group
Chinese support group is for someone with diabetes or their families.  
Phone: 09 626 2711
Website: www.diabetesauckland.org.nz/

 

Disability Connect is the trading name of the Parent and Family Resource Centre, supporting families raising a child with a disability by providing information, education and seminars. 
Phone: 09 636 0351
Fax: 09 636 0354
 

 

Kai Xin Xing Dong
Kai Xin Xing Dong is a public education programme aimed at reducing the stigma and discrimination faced by Chinese people who experience mental illness. The project is funded by the Ministry of Health and guided by the Kai Xin Xing Dong Advisory Group.
Website: www.mentalhealth.org.nz/kaixinxingdong



Kahui Tu Kaha
Kahui Tu Kaha's mission is to deliver progressive mental health services which enhance the wellbeing of our diverse communities.  It is a community based organisation and have provided mental health services in the Auckland region since 1973.
Phone: 09 531 4040



Korean Positive Ageing Charitable Trust
Korean Positive Ageing Charitable Trust (KPACT) is made up of volunteers from the Korean community in response to the needs of older Korean people. 
Email: info@koreanpositiveageing.org.nz



The Korean Society of Auckland Inc.
The object of the Association is to promote mutual cooperation, well-being and friendship among Korean immigrants who dwell in the Auckland region of NZ; to support its members' immigration settlement, to extend Korean culture to other ethnic communities.
Phone: 09 489 5700 or 09 489 2702
Website: www.nzkorea.org/ 


Korean Women's Association New Zealand (KWANZ).
KWANZ is composed of Korean women who share a vision of celebrating and promoting awareness of cultural harmony and multicultural identity. KWANZ aims to achieve objectives through cultural education, dissemination of information and facilitation of a support network via opportunities for community involvement.  
Phone: 021 111 3552
Email: koreanwomen.nz@gmail.com


Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand 
The Mental Health Foundation's work focuses on making mental health everybody's business.
Phone: 09 300 7010
Website: www.mentalhealth.org.nz/



Migrant Action Trust
Refer Migrant Support section of the Directory.

 


New Zealand Japan Society of Auckland Inc.
Founded in 1960, its primary goal it the promotion of good and understanding between teh people of New Zealand and Japan. 
Email: info@nzjapan.net (English), or info_p@nzjapan.net (Japanese)
Website: www.nzjapan.net/



Parent to Parent New Zealand

Parent to Parent seeks to empower families and whanau of people living with disabilities and health impairments through support and information.
Freephone: 0508 236 236
Website: www.parent2parent.org.nz/
 


Raeburn House

Raeburn House is a Social Profit organisation, we were originally founded by the Auckland Area Health Board to provide support and resources to people in the community who were living with mental health issues.
Phone: 09 441 8989
Website: www.raeburnhouse.org.nz/
 


Sae Woom Tor: Korean Mental Health Support Group
Sae Woom Tor is a charitable trust which was started in 2009.  It aims at promoting the mental health and wellbeing of all people in the Korean community by providing information, education and advocacy to the services which support people with mental illness.
Email: admin@saewoomtor.org.nz
Website: www.saewoomtor.org.nz




Sarangbang Silver Community Trust
This group based on the North Shore and holds meetings every Friday for Korean seniors. It delivers culturally appropriate community based services for the wellbeing of lonely and socially isolated Korean older people.
Phone: 022 649 6447
Email: nzjaykim@gmail.com




Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust 
Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust Inc, a non-profit organisation, has a proud history of working with socially isolated senior citizens of Indian and South Asian origin living in the Auckland region
Phone: 09 620 1010
Website: shantiniwas.org.nz/
 


Spectrum Care 
Spectrum Care is an independent charitable trust that provides services for children, young people and adults with disabilities and their families
Phone: 09 634 3790
Website: www.spectrumcare.org.nz/ 
 


Supporting Families in Mental Illness Auckland

Support families and whanau to provide the best possible quality of life and recovery to their loved one who has a mental illness and to their own self-care.
Freephone: 0800 732 825
Phone: 09 378 9134
Website: www.supportingfamilies.org.nz/



The Asian Network (TANI)

TANI is a pan-Asian community organisation working for the betterment of Asian community's life and well being since 2002. TANI believes in empowering the community to respond to their emerging health & wellbeing needs and acts as a bridge between the mainstream service providers and Asian communities.
Phone: 09 815 2338
Website: www.asiannetwork.org.nz

 

The Vagus Centre
The Vagus Centre is the Chinese Mental Health Consultation Trust and provides a free service to Chinese people (individuals and families) who are experiencing relationship and other problems. 
Phone: 09 815 2338
Email: info@cmh.org.nz for face to face meetings by appointment only

Website: www.cmh.org.nz


Waitemata District Health Board Asian Health Support Service 
Provides communication, cultural and emotional support to DHB staff and Asian patients and increases access to health service, promote cultural training for staff.
Phone: 09 486 8314
Website: www.healthpoint.co.nz/specialists/...asian-health-support-services/ 



Waitemata PHO
Comprehensive Care in association with Waitemata PHO funds and supports General Practice Teams, while also delivering health programmes in local communities for all patients enrolled with us through their family doctor
Phone: 09 415 1091
Website: www.comprehensivecare.co.nz/


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14 Erson Ave, PO Box 24 042,

Royal Oak, Auckland

Ph: 09 625 0322


Royal Oak Store Open:

Weekdays: 8:30am-5pm

Saturday: 9am-2pm


Botany Store

308 Te Irirangi Drive,

Botany South, Auckland

Ph: 09 281 5027


Botany Store Open:

Monday - Saturday: 9am-5pm


Browns Bay

89 Clyde Road,

Browns Bay, Auckland

Ph: 09 550 3387


Browns Bay Store Open:

Monday - Saturday: 9am-4.30pm