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View website Phone: 0508 236 236 Supporting Families facilitates free monthly support groups for families, whanau and friends who are supporting someone in their mental health recovery.
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The Big Black Dog Message Board was started in August 2008 and currently has around 160 members (membership & registration is free but essential to post or visit the chat room).The message board is moderated and has become a safe haven for many who previously felt they had no voice. Our hearing voices support groups are usually run by volunteers.If there isn't one currently in your area, you might want to consider starting one?If you are interested in doing so, please email us for some advice on how to proceed.We also have a facebook group where you can join in and chat: fb.com/groups/hearingvoicesnetworkaotearoanz View website Email: Empowering families and whanau of people with disabilities and health impairments through support and information.Parent to Parent also deliver Sib Support NZ and Altogether Autism programmes.