Our Services / Ratonga
Our free community helplines (Lifeline 24/7 and Suicide Crisis Helpline), as well as our text support service HELP (4357), are answered by qualified counsellors and trained volunteers from call centres in Auckland and Christchurch.
Here you will find resources to help support someone concerned about their own risk of suicide or that of someone else. Red flags, how to listen, connect with a professional and more helpful and informative resources.
Specialist Counselling is currently available from Lifeline’s Auckland centre to parents with dependent children or youth aged 17 and under or via online counselling. We currently offer 4-6 sessions per person.
Services for Business
Talk to Lifeline Connect about our range of services that support businesses across New Zealand to develop their capacity in the area of mental health and emotional support for staff and customers.
Mauri nui, Mauri roa, Mauri ora, Mauri tau.
Tēnā koutou, tēnā tatou kotahi katoa.
Talk to Us / Te kōrero
Sometimes it helps to know that someone is listening and that you don’t have to face your problems alone. Whatever the issue, our qualified counsellors and trained volunteers are here for you 24/7. Calls and texts are free and confidential.
0508 TAUTOKO (828 865) is a free, 24/7 helpline for any person who is thinking about or attempted suicide, concerned about or supporting someone else or who is recently bereaved by suicide.
Impact / Whakaaweawe
News / Kawepūrongo
To support the growing mental health needs of Kiwis emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic, Lifeline Aotearoa (Lifeline) has increased its service capacity thanks to a $150,000 grant from nib foundation, the charitable arm of nib New Zealand (nib).