Resources

This website belongs to the West Coast Primary Health Organisation (PHO). But there are lots of other organisations that offer advice, support and activities for youth.  You’ll find links to their sites on this page.  First up, West Coast based sites; down the bottom, ones that are national or based in neighbouring areas. 

West Coast organisations providing mental health and/or youth support services

Logo of the West Coast Primary Health Organisation comprising its green koru symbol its Maori & English names in green lettering  West Coast PHO linked GPs/medical centres

Logo of the West Coast Primary Health Organisation comprising its green koru symbol its Maori & English names in green lettering  West Coast PHO's Counselling Service

The logo of Family Works  Pact West Coast's Child and Youth Community Support 

  Family Work's youth service

The logo of West REAP with their tag line: Rural Education Activities Programme  West REAP's youth programmes

Logo of The Shed: Greymouth Churches Community Youth Project  Greymouth churches' community youth project

  Logo of Warmline: a telephone peer support service for people experiencing mental illness living in Canterbury and the West Coast  Warmline: telephone peer support for people experiencing mental illness

Logo of the West Coast DHB and its names in English and Maori  West Coast DHB's mental health care

NZ youth websites

 

Helping young queer and gender diverse (LGBTIQ) people up to the age of 28

 

Logo of Youth Law Aotearoa and their koru symbol  Free national legal service for those aged under 25 years

Logo of Tearaway: the voice of NZ youth  Tearaway magazine: the voice of NZ youth

Logo of q-topia  Social support network for queer youth in Canterbury NZ

Logo of q-youth: a queer straight alliance  Provides support, information, advocacy & education for queer young people in Nelson/Tasman

Logo of Aunty Dee comprising the words Aunty Dee in white lettering inside a red speech bubble  Sometime life sux - talk to Aunty Dee: a problem solving website for young people.