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Wellington HELP support individuals, whānau and communities affected by sexual violence to move from surviving to thriving

Sexual violence can happen to anybody, so HELP supports absolutely anyone that has encountered sexual abuse or assault no matter their age, gender or sexual orientation. We recognise that sexual violence doesn’t just impact an individual in isolation, so we extend that support to friends and whānau of survivors.

The practical and emotional support offered by our clinicians provides a wrap-around service

which helps survivors on their journey to wellbeing. 

If you need to speak to someone


please call our

24/7 Support Line

04 801 6655

&  push 0 at the menu

to speak with a crisis worker

Make a referral

If you would like to make a referral to our service, please use our enquiry form. You can self-refer or refer someone else using the link below

HELP offers the following services in Wellington, Porirua, and Kāpiti:


Survivors can contact our service at any time for support. Crisis workers can be called out to be present for medical and police processes.


Social workers provide emotional support through education around trauma and sexual violence. They ensure ongoing therapeutic needs are met.


HELP’s ACC registered Counsellors provide talking therapies as well as a diverse range of modalities from art therapy to romiromi healing.