At one Glance

Our Services

Simple advice and non-patient initiated blood pressure checks are free. All diabetics are entitled to a free ½ hour visit annually with the nurse for a thorough check up although if a prescription is needed there will be a $12/$17 charge.

Before School checks for 4 year olds last ¾ hour please advise reception staff when an appointment its made. Results and messages for the nurse will be processed throughout the day.


Clinical Services

Nurses offer the following additional services

National support phone lines

Contact details
Opening times
Description of services

1737 Need to Talk

Text or phone 1737


Trained mental health professionals available to talk at all times. Will phone you back if you text.

Alcohol and Drug Helpline

Phone: 0800 787 797 or free text 8681

And three specialist services:

 Māori advice line – 0800 787 798

 Pasifika advice line – 0800 787 799

 Youth advice line – 0800 787 984

24/7 helpline


The Alcohol Drug Helpline provides friendly, non-judgemental, professional help and advice. If you are concerned about your own drinking or drug taking, the organisation can assist you with information, insight and support. If you are a family/whanau member, friend or professional concerned about someone else, they can help you develop strategies for yourself and the other person.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Phone: 0800 229 6757

Free phone service – connect with others from all walks of life to attain and maintain sobriety.

Depression helpline

Phone: 0800 111 757 or free text 4202



Telephone services available at all times by trained counsellors. Also has a test to check how you are feeling. Learn how to help yourself with The Journal.

Gambling Helpline

Phone: 0800 654 655 or text 8006

And four specialist services:

 Māri Gambling Helpline – 0800 654 656

 Vai Lelei Pasifika Gambling Helpline – 0800 654 657

 Gambling Debt Helpline - 0800 654 658

 Youth Gambling Helpline ‘In Ya Face’ - 0800 654 659

Provides help 7 days a week.

Gambling Helpline is a 24 hour free service that you can call to receive immediate support, referral to another gambling support agency, or information services for gambling problems.


Phone: 0800 611 116


Call for free advice from trained registered nurses


Phone: 0800 543 754


Children – and if you call between 4pm and 9pm you will talk to Kidsline Buddy. Buddies are specially-trained year 12 or 13 students.


Phone: 0800 543 354



Trained counsellors for all ages

Money Talks

Phone: 0800 345 123


Free financial helpline


Gay lesbian bi and transsexual or unsure about sexual identity

Phone: 0800 688 5463

6pm to 9pm every evening

Provide confidential support and information in a safe and friendly atmosphere to any age.


Phone: 0800 568 856


9am to 9pm

Supporting parents and families to raise their children in a positive environment and prevent child abuse. Arrange referrals to appropriate

Pregnancy Counselling

Phone: 0800 773 462 (national office is 028 414 6429)

Text : 021 289 8727 (021 2 TXT PCS)



Counselling and support for women/young girls in pregnancy crisis situations, and post abortion support. Pregnancy Counselling staff will meet face to face with clients when required.

Assist with baby clothing/baby items, arranging a midwife, and will try to assist if there are accommodation needs.


Phone : 09 376 4155

11am to 5pm Monday to Friday

RainbowYOUTH is here to work with queer, gender diverse, takatāpui & intersex youth, their friends, whānau and wider communities in order to ensure that New Zealand is a place where all young people can thrive.

Safe to talk Kōrero mai ka ora

Phone : 0800 044 334

Free text : 4334

Website :


Sexual harm helpline. Confidential, free – you can contact them for yourself or for someone else


Phone: 0800 726 666



Samaritans offer non-judgemental, confidential support to anyone who is lonely or in emotional distress.

Suicide Prevention helpline

0508 Tautoko

Phone: 0508 828 865


Provides an all day, every day confidential and free telephone counselling and support service for those who may be thinking about suicide, or for those who are concerned about friends or whanau. This helpline is staffed by highly experienced helpline counsellors with training in suicide prevention and intervention.

If you are concerned about your immediate safety or the safety of someone else - ring 111.

The Asian Helpline

Phone: 0800 862 342.


9 am to 8:30 pm, Monday to Friday

Asian Family Services (AFS) provides professional, confidential, nationwide face-to-face or telephone support to Asians living in New Zealand

What’s Up

Phone: 0800 942 8787


Call between 12.00 (in the middle of the day) and 11.00pm

Chat online 3.00pm to 10.00pm

National phone counselling service for five to 18 year olds.


Phone: 0800 376 633

Text: 234



Web Chat Counselling from 10am to 10pm (via our website

Email counselling may take up to 48 hours to send a reply so Youthline encourage anyone who has a more immediate need for support to call or text.