5 Ways to Wellbeing - a set of evidence based actions that promote wellbeing.

Research has shown that these "five ways to wellbeing" allow us to really flourish. They are things that many of us are already doing as we live life to the full, inspired by our Gospel Values. They are activities we can all get involved with: whether it’s getting out and about, doing a good deed, spending time with others, going for a walk, taking more notice of our local environment or learning to do something new.

It's OK to Reach Out. Need to talk?

Student Counselling

  • Alternatively, contact Esther Dupu via email. A phone call can also be arranged

Other services:

youthline.co.nz Free call 0800 376 633 | Free text 234

Call/txt 1737 to speak to a counsellor

Ministry of Education Supplied Links

If you believe a young person is in immediate danger, call the Police on 111.

If you are worried about a young person and want to make a referral or report of concern, call Oranga Tamariki using 0508 EDASSIST (0508 332 774) or email edassist@ot.govt.nz.

Supporting the welfare of those in our community during COVID-19

If you are aware there are people in your community who cannot get access to essential goods such as food, they can contact the local Emergency Coordination Centres (ECC), part of Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Groups. These groups coordinate the regional multi-agency response and provide a range of support activities. This is intended for people who don’t have any other options available to them and operates 7 days a week from 7am to 7pm - https://www.civildefence.govt.nz/resources/news-and-events/news/cdem-group-0800-numbers-for-supporting-communities/

You can also email the following people/contacts:

Further welfare supports include: