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These are the services and providers supporting people living in the local community.
This includes telephone support and counselling, online support, and connection to helpful tools and services.
Someone you can relate to, who will connect with you in a safe way.
For assistance with a range of general matters such as advocacy, linking to Government providers, and community support.
For assistance with job applications, employment search, careers advice and/or support for young people having issues with their employment.
For pick up and delivery to your door of groceries, medicines and/or pharmaceutical supplies. Please note that payment for the goods/supplies will be required.
These will include essential non-perishable food items, and are only for emergency cases.
Frozen nutritious meals that will be delivered to your door - for emergency situations when you are unable to prepare a meal for yourself or your whānau/family.
For assistance with benefits or budgeting advice.
This includes counselling, online support and connection to helpful tools and services for children and young people.
For the use of a loan tablet or mobile device (subject to availability) – while you are in managed isolation.
This includes the provision of activity packs suitable for you and your family, to help pass the time while in managed isolation.
For assistance with finding permanent or transitional housing.
This includes a connection to education tools and services.
A basket of items for household cleaning.
* Currently we are only operating in the following areas
'Here to help u' is a community-led effort. Many organisations have united to bring you this initiative.