Who can help
These are the services and providers we work with and link you to.
Activate Church Tokoroa provides support to individuals and families who are in need. Our support involves providing a money management programme, safe social connecting groups for youth and children as well as support groups for men and women.
Age Concern Hamilton
Age Concern Hamilton is a charity who aim is to improve the lives of over-65's. Age Concern Hamilton provides social support, navigation for health and community services, elder abuse investigation and education, health promotion and more
Catholic Family Support Services
CFSS provides general family support with a focus on parenting help. It also offers information/ advice on personal/ relationship issues and mental health. It is also a point of contact for emergency assistance e.g. food parcels.
Complex Chronic Illness Support
CCIS ‘Empower People Towards Wellness’ by providing support, connections, education, and advocacy to clients who experience complex chronic illness, their whānau, and their communities.
Creative Waikato is here to support the development of all sectors of the creative arts in the Waikato. Whether you are an artist, arts group or arts organisation, we provide support, training and advice to help you through your next steps.
Epilepsy Waikato Charitable Trust (EWCT) is an independent regional epilepsy organisation providing advice, support and information to those living directly and indirectly with epilepsy.
We provide practical opportunities for people to support one another so that lives and neighbourhoods are transformed. Through Food Rescue - no waste/ no hunger, Community Gardens, Neighbourhood Projects, Whānau Care, Kitchen Life Skills
Katikati Community Centre
Provides information, services and support in the areas of health, education and well-being. Services include: School Holiday Programmes, After School Programmes, Youth Programmes, Community Education, Elderly Programmes
Kidz Need Dadz
Support and advocacy service for dads going through separation and divorce. Provide supervised access, new dad support, men's support groups, support through court process.
Live Well Waihi Beach
Live Well Waihi Beach is here to help Waihi Beach residents connect with groups and services in our area. Sometimes it's confusing whether to look to Waihi, Katikati or Tauranga, so we help make that easier.
Male Survivors Bay Of Plenty
Male Survivors Bay of Plenty is a charitable trust not for profit service supporting men who have experienced any form of sexual violence/abuse and domestic violence in the Bay of Plenty region.
Methodist City Action
Methodist City Action offers advocacy for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, activity classes for people with disabilities and practical help to the wider community via our Monday community meal and foodbank services.
Neighbourhood Support Hamilton
Provides support to householders wanting to start or run a Neighbourhood Support Group in their immediate vicinity. Website, membership directory, warning signs and stickers, police liaison.
Pukete Neighbourhood House
Pukete Neighbourhood House is a local community centre providing support and social services to our local community and beyond
Shama Ethnic Women's Trust is a social service organisation that provides culturally-appropriate support, advocacy, and programmes to ethnic women and their families.
South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services Trust
South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services Trust established 1999 providing a range of Health, Social and Educational support to families within the South Waikato Area.
St John Caring Caller
Caring Caller is a service that St John provides for people who live alone or feel a bit lonely. Volunteers phone clients regularly to check that everything is ok. This free service is fully funded by donations.
Te Papanui Enderly Trust
We are a local community charitable trust with a small team who focus on supporting whaanau living within the following area Insoll Avenue, Tramway Road, Enderley Avenue, Peachgrove Road (211-426) Enderley, Hamilton.
Te Tomika Trust
The kaupapa for Te Tomika is to develop a self-sustaining comprehensive range of Kaupapa Māori community based services that support tangata whaiora to live meaningful lives within the community, our community.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is a Christian Church and organisation providing social services. All Hamilton City social services are operating under Level 1.
The Salvation Army Waihi Corps
Community Ministries that provides Social Assistance: Food, clothing, Household Items. Personal Development: Positive Lifestyle Programme. Court Services: Advocacy and support for individuals and family members at Waihi Court.
True Colours - Honouring the Mother
Two peer support group services are run each month - one in person and the other online. These groups provide an opportunity for mothers to feel safe, connect and share their experiences without shame or judgement. A mental health diagnosis is not
Under the Stars
A Registered Charity that serves meals to any one who needs them (homeless, hungry, families) at a community hall. We also provide showers, toiletries, clothing, bedding, food parcels (when available), and order birth certificates. Note: NO delivery.
Waikato Ethnic Family Services
WEFST works alongside ethnic families to ensure the safety and well-being of ethnic children, women and men through culturally appropriate prevention and early intervention approaches. We provide Social Work, Advocacy, Counselling, Interpreting, Budgeting, Driver licensing and training,Immigration advice, and JP services are also available.
Western Community Centre
The Western Community Centre provides a wide range of support services, programmes, activities and events that contribute to the social wellbeing of the Hamilton.