Postnatal depression

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Bo Ai She: Asian Family Services (Mental Health Peer Support Service)

We provide cultural support and recovery support for Chinese mental health consumers and their families. We merged with Asian Family Services in 2011. We run workshops and activities for our group members. Activities are held fortnightly on Fridays from 1–3pm.

Address: 128 Khyber Pass Road, Grafton, Auckland. Activities are held at Auckland Baptist Tabernacle Church (ground floor) 429 Queen Street, Auckland.
Phone: 0800 862 342 ext. 9045 or 09 212 6823
Email: michelle.huang (at) asainfamilyservices.nz

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Goose Mothers

Goose Mothers is the term given to Korean women who leave their husbands and their homeland in search of better opportunities abroad for their children. This group based in Albany provides support and understanding for those who may feel isolated, lonely or depressed. The group meets every Monday morning.

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Mothers' Helpers

Mothers' Helpers brings support and practical help to many mothers that are struggling on their own as a single parent, or with postnatal depression/distress. Mothers' Helpers is founded by Kristina Paterson, business owner of NZ Nannies International and registered nurse of more than 15 years.

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North Shore Women's Centre

North Shore Women's Centre provides essential support services for women. These services include a free legal clinic, counselling, social work, information and referral and holiday programmes for young women.

Phone: 09 444 4618
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Postnatal Psychosis Charitable Trust

Provides support and information for women, partners and families who are affected by postnatal psychosis. We offer one-on-one support and telephone support.

Phone: 027 930 0327
Email: postnatalpsychosishelper (at) gmail.com

Well Women Franklin

Well Women Franklin offer a range of services for women and families experiencing or are at risk of experiencing antenatal and/or postnatal distress, These services include a 24-hour telephone support and free weekly peer support groups (morning and evening sessions), childcare is provided during the daytime meetings.

Phone: 021 158 8134
Email: info (at) wellwomenfranklin.org.nz

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Women's Centre Rodney – Personal Development Support Group for Women

This group helps you to feel empowered, supported and resourced to face life’s challenges, be connected to your local community and support networks and enjoy your current relationships and meet new people. Facilitated by Heidi Downey, we encourage learning, sharing, mindfulness and inner-growth in a caring and confidential environment. We meet weekly during term time on Mondays from 10am–12.30pm at 10 Morpeth Street, Warkworth.

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