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SUPPORT SERVICES & HELPLINES

Northland

Mothers Helpers

 

Online PND Recovery Course – Mothers Helpers provides an online 10 week Perinatal Depression/Anxiety Recovery Course.  All mums who have completed the course can go on to have therapy with your facilitator – a registered/qualified counsellor, social worker, life coach or mental health nurse.  Click here for more information about the course

Phone:  0800 002 717  or  022 093 1822
Email: info@mothershelpers.co.nz
Web: www.mothershelpers.co.nz

Whangarei :spaces available now for individual and group work (offered free of charge) Ph (09) 437 6729 Email: Chrissie.Browne@fwn.org.nz
Course facilitator: Chrissie Browne, Social Worker

Kaitaia & Far North: Spaces available now for individual and next group March 2018 (both free of charge)  Ph 021-839-567 Email: Jacqueline.Parker-Harrison@northlanddhb.org.nz
Course facilitator: Jacqueline Parker-Harrison, Registered (Mental Health) Nurse


Northland DHB Mental Health

 

Urgent Referrals – Crisis Service Contact Numbers
If there is someone in imminent danger call the police on 111
Monday to Friday 8am to 4.30pm:
Whangarei: ph (09) 430 4101 ext 3537
Kaipara District: ph (09) 439 3330 ext 6701
Far North District: ph (09) 408 0010 ext 4720/4749
Mid North District: ph (09) 430 4101 ext 5871
Weekends and after hours:
Ph 0800 223 371

The Postnatal Psychosis Support Group

 

p. 027 248 1958
e. sburwood@ihug.co.nz

The support group is for women, partners & families who have suffered Post Natal Psychosis. We offer one-on-one support, telephone support, brochures & educational presentations.


Trauma and Birth Stress (TABS)

 

w. www.tabs.org.nz

TABS (Trauma and Birth Stress) is a charitable trust that serves as a support group of mothers – “mothers supporting mothers”. We formed TABS because of the need to make Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) known as a form of mental illness that can happen after childbirth. We raise awareness of PTSD by: making presentations to professional and lobby groups involved in maternity services; supplying information to the media; publishing a regular newsletter and distributing a pamphlet about PTSD. We also run study days on a regular basis – please refer to our website for scheduled dates.