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Te Ara Pae Trust

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Description

Support and assistance service for anyone that has experienced sexual harm or family violence at any time in their lives.  Counselling support services for survivors of sexual or family violence.

Call our Helpline (06) 278 6399

Age: Adults plus Youth from 13 years 

Region: Sth Taranaki

Description:

Te Ara Pae Trust is about family/whānau wellness where individuals are empowered, families/whānau are supported and communities are strengthened. We provide:

  • Confidential, professional counselling support and information in a safe-space for anyone who has experienced sexual harm or family violence, recent or in the past.
  • Counselling is also provided for young people from 13 years onwards.
  • Counselling for the rainbow community
  • Anger Management Programmes - one on one or group workshops
  • Safe Place programme for women and men
  • We also offer weekly visits to Ōpunake and Pātea  

All services are FREE

How to Access:

Situated at 276 High Street Hāwera - (opposite The Warehouse)

Phone: (06) 278 6399

Email: administrator@tearapae.org.nz

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Website www.tearapae.org.nz

Ages

Adult / Pakeke, Youth / Rangatahi

How do I access this service?

Contact us

You can either phone in or come visit us at 276 High Street

Hāwera - (opposite The Warehouse)  Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm.

Hours

Mon – Fri8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Closed public holidays.

Christmas/New Year Close Down

Closed from 27 December 2021 - Re-open 5th January 2022.

Languages Spoken

English

Services Provided

Sexual harm victims/survivors - Do you need help and support?

  • Support and counselling

Social work

Abuse and violence support

  • Counselling

Advocacy

Wheelchair Access

Yes

Region

Taranaki

Contact Details

276 High Street
Hawera
Taranaki 4610

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Street Address

276 High Street
Hāwera
Taranaki 4610

This page was last updated at 1:06PM on November 17, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Ara Pae Trust.