Safe House Accommodation

Contact person: Kerry Dougall
Phone: (04) 566 5025
Open: This service is offered 24hrs a day

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Phone 04 5665 025 or ring 0800 Refuge, day or night.

Safe House

We provide Māori wahine and tamariki with a warm, safe, supported environment which allows them to rest and evaluate their options following a violent incident in their lives. We provide short term safe and supported accommodation for Maori wahine and tamariki who are at risk of further harm through violence in their environment.

This is a short term option, and wahine will be supported to assess and evaluate their options moving forward.

If wahine are wanting to come into the safe house, it is important that they bring (if they have them) their:

  • bank card
  • birth certificate (for self and tamariki)
  • food and clothing
  • children's favourite toys
  • house and car keys

Advocacy, Support and Education for Tamariki

We support and assist tamariki who are experiencing stress and/or grief as a result of witnessing or experiencing violence in their lives.  Our staff will work with tamariki individually or through group situations.

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Safe House Accommodation

Safe House Accommodation

Contact person: Kerry Dougall
Phone: (04) 566 5025
Open: This service is offered 24hrs a day

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

Phone 04 5665 025 or ring 0800 Refuge, day or night.

Safe House

We provide Māori wahine and tamariki with a warm, safe, supported environment which allows them to rest and evaluate their options following a violent incident in their lives. We provide short term safe and supported accommodation for Maori wahine and tamariki who are at risk of further harm through violence in their environment.

This is a short term option, and wahine will be supported to assess and evaluate their options moving forward.

If wahine are wanting to come into the safe house, it is important that they bring (if they have them) their:

  • bank card
  • birth certificate (for self and tamariki)
  • food and clothing
  • children's favourite toys
  • house and car keys

Advocacy, Support and Education for Tamariki

We support and assist tamariki who are experiencing stress and/or grief as a result of witnessing or experiencing violence in their lives.  Our staff will work with tamariki individually or through group situations.

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Phone 0508 KOKIRI - [email protected]

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