Where to get help

If you're in immediate danger, dial 111 and ask for the police.

Quick exit - go to the Stuff.co.nz website(external link)

Find out how to cover your tracks online(external link)

The following resources can assist you in getting help or talking through your situation.

Family Court

0800 224 733
justice.govt.nz/family/about/

Find a lawyer

lawsociety.org.nz(external link)

Free legal advice

communitylaw.org.nz(external link)

Legal aid

justice.govt.nz/courts/going-to-court/legal-aid/

Are you OK

0800 456 450
areyouok.org.nz(external link)

Shine

0508 744 633
2shine.org.nz(external link)

Women's Refuge

0800 733 843
womensrefuge.org.nz(external link)

Shakti

0800 742 584
shakti-international.org/shakti-nz/(external link)

Safe to Talk

0800 044 334
safetotalk.nz(external link)

Victims Information

0800 650 654
victimsinfo.govt.nz(external link)
sexualviolence.victimsinfo.govt.nz(external link)

Citizens Advice Bureau

0800 367 222
cab.org.nz(external link)

Family Services Directory

familyservices.govt.nz/directory/(external link)

Police

111 in an emergency, or phone 105 or visit your local Police station.