Professional, confidential, nationwide face-to-face or telephone support to Asians living in New Zealand. Need Help? It's free and confidential
Assisting and guiding clients on a professional basis to resolve personal, family, social and psychological issues through face-to-face counselling, phone counselling and video counselling.
We provide nationwide professional and confidential face-to-face or telephone support to Asians living in New Zealand. These services are offered in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai, Hindi, Gujarati and Marathi. An interpreter can also be arranged for other languages. All staff are trained counsellors, social workers and health promoters.
Director of National Services
Public health is an integral part of the work we do at Asian Family Services. One of the main purposes of our public health work is to raise awareness around gambling harm to Asian communities and to support meaningful changes to those who have a gambling problem.
Deputy Director/Health Promoter Lead
Asha, meaning ‘hope’ in Hindi, is the name of Asian Family Services’ new support service for South Asians living in New Zealand. This service started in response to an increasing number of South Asians needing help with gambling problems. Asha’s counselling and support is free of charge, completely confidential and is available for anyone impacted by harmful gambling. This includes the person who is gambling and anyone else who is impacted by someone else’s gambling, such as a family member, or friend.
ASHA Project Lead
Your donations will help us provide services for non-gambling related clients, such as those who need mental health, parenting, and relationship support. We appreciate any support and funding from our communities - it is an incredible encouragement for us to deliver the best services.
Deputy Director and Health Promoter Lead
Call us on 0800 862 342. It's free and confidential!
Director of National Asian Family Services
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