Advice or recommendations offered by other users in the channel may not be supported by professionally qualified individuals.
You should therefore make careful consideration as to the value and potential outcomes that might arise from heeding such advice, especially as you have the most complete perspective on your situation.
All team members and trustees have personal experience of recovery or supporting someone they care about, and a professional skill-set to share.
Engage Aotearoa is a small, home-operated business based in Auckland but its presence is mainly online.
The most information someone is likely to be able to obtain in relation to an IP address is a rough estimate of geographical location, which may be very rough or fairly specific depending on how your provider chooses to allocate IP addresses.
Our chat room (channel) is hosted on the IRC network - you can connect in a couple of ways: Please be aware that the chat room service is not owned by, hosted, regulated or monitored by and therefore nicknames and passwords within the chat facility are managed between you and the respective IRC network.
The message board is moderated and has become a safe haven for many who previously felt they had no voice.
View website EDANZ is a charitable organisation of parents who have experience in supporting a loved one with an eating disorder.
Parent to Parent also deliver Sib Support NZ and Altogether Autism programmes.Address: Based in Auckland with dedicated volunteers in Whangarei, Wellington and Christchurch.View website Phone: or 0800 2 edanz Email: Emerge Aotearoa provides a wide range of community-based mental health, addiction, disability support and social housing services nationwide.Address: 4 -12 Cruickshank St, Kilbirnie, Wellington 6241 View website Phone: 0800 004 001 Email: The Phobic Trust (now The Anxiety New Zealand Trust) was first conceptualised by Marcia Read QSO and the late Mr David Ludbrook. A 24 hour voluntary phone line was established in 1983 and from this a trial clinic started in Parnell, with the main St Luke's clinic being created soon afterwards. View website Phone: 08 or A NZ-run mental illness consumer peer support group available to all, online 24/7.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).