Sexual violence support sessions

You don’t have to do this alone. We’ll listen, respect, and support you all the way.

Come along to one of HELP's sexual violence support drop-in sessions.

This is a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment. No appointment necessary, just drop in and see one of the trained sexual violence specialist counsellors.

Date and time

Every second Wednesday during Semester Two, 10.30am-1.30pm.

  • Wednesday 14 July
  • Wednesday 28 July
  • Wednesday 11 August
  • Wednesday 25 August
  • Wednesday 8 September
  • Wednesday 22 September
  • Wednesday 6 October
  • Wednesday 20 October


The Manaaki Room, next door to the Physio on Level 3 of Kate Edger Information Commons, City Campus. 

About HELP

HELP is committed to contributing to ending sexual abuse and along with this, physical abuse and neglect. Sexual violence has a high cost. Victims/survivors, perpetrators, family members, friends, acquaintances, and others are affected by sexual violence in many ways: physically, emotionally, socially, legally, financially, at school, home and work.

Their services includes, but are not limited to:

  • Support through court processes
  • A 24/7 telephone counselling HELPline
  • A call-out service to support people through police interviews and forensic medicals
  • Psycho-education for preschool children and their caregivers – We Can Keep Safe programme
  • Face-to-face therapy on-site for children and their families, young people and adults
  • Training for community groups

If you have any questions regarding these sessions, please contact the
Be Well | Whai Hauora team on