Learn about mental health services and conditions, get tips and tools for sustaining positive mental wellbeing and find ways to get support when going through a difficult time.
Kids Health & Depression.
Depression is a serious illness that interferes with everyday life. It is important to get help if you are concerned about your child's depression. Depression can be treated effectively.
Health Navigator & Mental Health For Kids
There are several key things you can do to support your child’s mental health through childhood and into their teenage years.
Skylight Trust - Supporting children, young people, and their whānau to navigate through tough times by building RESILIENT INDIVIDUALS and COMMUNITIES.
Skylight is the ‘go to’ agency in New Zealand for people of all ages in times of trauma, loss and grief – whatever the cause and whatever the context. We have nationally and internationally recognised expertise as a provider of specialised support for children, young people, adults and their families/whanau affected by tough life situations.
Yellow Brick Road - Supporting Families Towards Mental Wellbeing
Formerly Supporting Families NZ, we’re Yellow Brick Road; a national organisation that provides mental health support for families who have a loved one experiencing mental health challenges.
Plunket Mental Health for Parents
Parenting is a tough job with a lot of responsibility and demands, and can impact your mental health in many ways. Plunket offers various resources to support Parents Mental Health
Te Oriori | Our experienced social and community support workers are here to provide personalised mental health and wellbeing support to parents, caregivers and tamariki.
Te Oriori is a free kaupapa Māori mental health and wellbeing support service for whānau with tamariki aged 0-12 years in Ōtautahi (Christchurch, NZ), provided through Purapura Whetu Trust
I AM HOPE is the youth and community focused support group run by The Key to Life Charitable Trust
I AM HOPE aims to promote positive attitudinal societal change around mental health throughout New Zealand, and fund private care and counselling for young people stuck-in-the-mud on waiting lists.
MHERC - Child Adolescent & Family (CAF) Mental Health Service
This service provides specialist community and inpatient mental health services, including assessment, treatment and education, for individuals and their families.
Mana Ake - Supporting children at school and at home; providing advice, guidance and workshops for parents, whānau and teachers.
Stronger for Tomorrow. Mana Ake provides support to children in Canterbury, in years 1-8 at school, promoting wellbeing and positive mental health
Mana Ka Rere - Previously known as Community Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS), Manu Ka Rere is a collaborative of eight organisations across Canterbury.
Manu Ka Rere is a free service for young people aged 13-24 who are seeking support for their wellbeing. We offer face to face counselling sessions, group work therapy, education and other activities.
298 Mental Health - Equality - Visibility - Acceptance
298 Youth Health Centre is a not for profit organisation, created to provide free medical and social support services for young people aged 10-24 years.