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Supporting you through COVID-19

To our Families and Whānau,

The SFNZ Board recognises that families and whānau face very unusual situations because of the Covid-19 virus and the attempts to manage this epidemic.

We realise that you will be under additional pressures from the present circumstances and may require the valued support that our service provides.

We wish family and whānau with loved ones who experiences mental distress all the necessary strength and love to successfully navigate these stormy waters.

Dick Brown

Chair SFNZ Board 

Please read our latest blog for 8 great ways to celebrate Easter during lockdown.

He aha te mea nui tēnei ao
What is the greatest thing of this world?
Māku e kī atu
And I will reply
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
It is people, it is people, it is people


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All our services are free and completely confidential.

ACCESSIBLE

To anyone who may be concerned about friends or family.



What our families say


You really care for the people you support, nothing is too much trouble, and your help has made a real difference in my life and for my children.

Mother – May 10, 2016.

I appreciated the opportunity to speak to other people, who have similar experiences.

Family Member – May 10, 2016.

You provided a safe place for me to discuss my concerns, and helped me to develop a plan to support my whānau.

Family Member – May 10, 2016.



How we can help…

We offer families and whānau a wide range of confidential services provided through individual support, support groups, training and workshops.
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What’s new

Top family mental wellbeing activities
  Our latest newsletter is full of ideas to help you support your mental wellbeing and that of your tamariki/rangatahi (children/adolescents) during shutdown.   We’ve listed