A national network for people providing medical care to people affected by sexual abuse.

In an emergency, call 111

111 calls are free. You can call 111 on a mobile phone even if the phone is out of credit.

Improving the wellbeing of all people affected by sexual assault in New Zealand

Find help

Find your nearest sexual assault medical service, by clicking the closest button on the map to your location

Read about how to get help

A specialist sexual assault medical service can make sure you are okay after you have experienced any type of sexual violence (recent or in the past) and help deal with any concerns you may have about your health.
Read our pamphlet to find out more about getting specialist medical help after sexual assault.

All services are free of charge.

North Island

  • Auckland Adults (Pohutukawa)
  • Auckland Children (Te Puaruruhau)
  • Tauranga (Bay of Plenty)
  • Whakatane (Bay of Plenty)
  • Gisborne (Tairawhiti)
  • Napier/Hastings Adults (Hawke's Bay)
  • Napier/Hastings Children (Hawke's Bay)
  • Whangarei Children (Northland)
  • Whangarei Adults (Northland)
  • Palmerston North (MidCentral) & Whanganui
  • Rotorua (Lakes District)
  • New Plymouth (Taranaki)
  • Hamilton Adults (Waikato)
  • Hamilton Children (Waikato)
  • Wellington (Capital and Coast)
  • Wairarapa

South Island

  • Christchurch Adults (Canterbury)
  • Christchurch Children (Canterbury)
  • Timaru (South Canterbury)
  • Greymouth (West Coast)
  • Dunedin (Southern)
  • Invercargill (Southern)
  • Nelson (Nelson Marlborough)
  • Queenstown (Southern)