New Zealand Asian Mental Health & Wellbeing Report 2020
A survey conducted by Asian Family Services and Dr. Andrew Zhu recently released and showed Asians in New Zealand are experiencing racism, anxiety and other mental health issues because of COVID-19 pandemic.
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29 May 2020
Increase in mental health and wellbeing support for Asian community due to COVID-19
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About Asian Family Services
Asian Family Services (AFS) provides professional, confidential, nationwide face-to-face or telephone support to Asians living in New Zealand.
These services are offered in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai and Hindi. An interpreter can be arranged for other languages.
Based in Auckland, AFS has 15 staff, including Chinese, Korean, Indian, Vietnamese and Thai.
Based in Wellington, AFS has 3 staff, including one counsellor who can speaks English, Japanese and Chinese; and two public health promoters.
All staff are trained counsellors, social workers and health promoters.
AFS public health work
Asian Wellbeing Services
Since 2016, AFS started a new services, that provide professional and confidential psychological interventions, and tailor-made psychoeducation and therapy workshops.
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