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Arthritis New Zealand (Mateponapona Aotearoa)

Health Service
Details
(0800) 663 463
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 4:30pm

Services

Arthritis New Zealand is a positive, vibrant organisation committed to 'enabling a better quality of life' for people with arthritis through support services, education, self management programmes, lobbying, and research funding.

http://www.arthritis.org.nz

SHOUT (Speech Language Therapy)

Education & Transition Services
Health Service
Details
027 777 4688
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

We specialise in paediatric speech language therapy support across the full range of developmental conditions from young children to adolescents. We also provide specialist rehabilitation support to adults who have received an injury or have an acquired communication difficulty.

www.shout-speech.co.nz

Te Whatu Ora - Southern

Rehabilitation
Neurological Support Services
Details
(03) 476 9639
Phone
Mobile
369 Taieri Road, Dunedin 9010
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

2pm - 8pm

Services

The Puāwai Rehabilitation Unit is an inpatient 12 bed unit focusing on rehabilitation for people primarily aged under 65 with:

Traumatic brain injury (all ages), Stroke, Neurological conditions, Multi-trauma and orthopaedic injuries, Reconditioning after medical or surgical illness.

The Puāwai Rehabilitation Unit offers a holistic interdisciplinary approach to rehabilitation that focuses on what is important to you and your whānau.

Family Works Presbyterian Support Otago - Balclutha office

Financial Assistance
Social work and other services
Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
0508 396 678
Phone
Mobile
14C James Street, Balclutha
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

We support both families and individuals (any age), offering help that ranges from social work, financial mentoring to group programmes for both children and adults. The extensive experience of the Family Works team tells us that tamariki are healthier and happier when whanau function well. Our programmes and services support whanau, individuals, tamariki and rangatahi to build on their strengths, develop healthy relationships and learn new skills that will help through challenging situations and help build a brighter future.

https://psotago.org.nz/

Family Works Presbyterian Support Otago - Southland

Financial Assistance
Social work and other services
Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(03) 211 8200
Phone
Mobile
183 Spey Street, Invercargill 9810
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 8:30am - 5pm

Services

We support both families and individuals (any age), offering help that ranges from social work, financial mentoring to group programmes for both children and adults. The extensive experience of the Family Works team tells us that tamariki are healthier and happier when whanau function well. Our programmes and services support whanau, individuals, tamariki and rangatahi to build on their strengths, develop healthy relationships and learn new skills that will help through challenging situations and help build a brighter future.

http://www.pss.org.nz

Family Works Presbyterian Support Otago - Dunedin office

Financial Assistance
Social work and other services
Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(03) 477 7116 or 0508 396 678
Phone
Mobile
407 Moray Place, Dunedin 9054
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

We support both families and individuals (any age), offering help that ranges from social work, financial mentoring to group programmes for both children and adults. The extensive experience of the Family Works team tells us that tamariki are healthier and happier when whanau function well. Our programmes and services support whanau, individuals, tamariki and rangatahi to build on their strengths, develop healthy relationships and learn new skills that will help through challenging situations and help build a brighter future.

https://psotago.org.nz/

Family Works Presbyterian Support Otago - Waitaki

Financial Assistance
Social work and other services
Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
0508 396 678
Phone
Mobile
Community House, 100 Thames Street, Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Thurs 9am - 3:30pm

Fri 9am - 12pm

Services

We support both families and individuals (any age), offering help that ranges from social work, financial mentoring to group programmes for both children and adults. The extensive experience of the Family Works team tells us that tamariki are healthier and happier when whanau function well. Our programmes and services support whanau, individuals, tamariki and rangatahi to build on their strengths, develop healthy relationships and learn new skills that will help through challenging situations and help build a brighter future.

https://psotago.org.nz/

ADL - Dunedin

Children, Youth & Families
Mental Health Support
Details
0800 292 988
Phone
Mobile
599 Princes Street, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 8:30am - 5pm

Services

ADL is a not for profit organisation that aims to help young people & whanau who are dealing with alcohol & drug issues and/or mental health difficulties.

http://www.adlnz.org.nz

Snow Sports NZ

Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
03 443 4085
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm

Services

Snow Sports NZ is the national advocate for adaptive snow sports, supporting programmes at New Zealand's alpine resorts and the further development of adaptive snow sports in New Zealand. We help to remove participation barriers and encourage people with functional impairments to get involved in snow sports. Support includes assisting on-mountain adaptive programmes, promotion, adaptive training for instructors and volunteers, and hosting fun and competitive events.

Livingwell Disability Resource Centre

Advocacy
Equipment & Assistive Technology
Information and Advice
Older people
Sector Support
Details
0800 115 891
Phone
Mobile
10 George Street, Cnr George and Bath Streets, Central Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 4:30pm

Services

We are here for people with disability, older people, their whanau and the Otago community. Serving the Otago community since 1989, Living well provides free disability information and advice and access to resources that support independent living. Our information and equipment consultants provide unbiased, professional advice. We let you know the options available so that you can make informed choices about what is right for you. Anyone can use our service. And it's free. We help you join the dots, removing barriers to independence.

https://www.livingwellcentre.nz/

Whaikaha - Partnership & Stewardship

Disability Support
Government Agencies
Details
0800 566 601
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 8am - 5pm

Services

We are the focal point in government on disability issues. We are working toward a vision of New Zealand being a non-disabling society - a place where disabled people have an equal opportunity to achieve their goals and aspirations.

www.whaikaha.govt.nz

Deaf Children NZ

Children, Youth & Families
Hearing Services
Details
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

The objective of Deaf Children NZ (DCNZ) is to promote, carry out and coordinate measures conducive to the welfare of deaf and hard of hearing children and their families. Much of DCNZ’s recent work has focused on ensuring that Deaf or Hard of Hearing children have appropriate access to the education curriculum and social experiences within the schooling environment.

Mercy Hospital- Dunedin

Hospitals
Details

Dunedin Hospital

Hospitals
Details

Wakari Hospital- Dunedin

Hospitals
Details

Milton Medical Centre

General Practitioners
Details
(03) 417 8226
Phone
Mobile
7 Eden Street, Milton
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm

Services

Clutha Health First

Hospitals
Details

Oamaru Hospital

Hospitals
Details

Campbell and Sons

Funeral Homes
Details
034897756
Phone
Mobile
95 Gordon Road, Mosgiel
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Saturday 9am - 4pm

Services

Affinity Funerals (Wanaka)

Funeral Homes
Details
034888405
Phone
Mobile
7 McCormick Street, Wanaka
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Saturday 9am - 4pm

Affinity Funerals (Alexandra)

Funeral Homes
Details
034888405
Phone
Mobile
143a Centennial Avenue, Alexandra
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Saturday 9am - 4pm

ANZMES Inc

Support Groups
Details
03 471 6203
Phone
Mobile
Dunedin Community House, 301 Moray Place, Dunedin, Central Dunedin, 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Supporting ME patients and their carers in New Zealand.

https://anzmes.org.nz/

Stroke Foundation Otago

Support Groups
Details
03 471 6175
Phone
Mobile
Community House, 301 Moray Place, Central Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm

Services

A stroke can be a sudden, life-changing event for the person it happens to and those around them. Whilst the consequences can be devastating, people do recover and learn to live with the loss of some functioning where this has occurred. Your best chance of recovering from a stroke is getting medical help early, being patient as functions return, accessing a good rehabilitation programme and keeping motivated, even if progress seems slow.

https://www.stroke.org.nz/who-we-are

Alzheimers Otago

Health Service
Social work and other services
Details
03 471 6154
Phone
Mobile
Ground floor, Burns House, 10 George Street, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm

Services

Alzheimers Otago has been operating in the Otago region since 1982, with a vision of creating a dementia-friendly Otago. We strive to provide hope by working directly with families to ensure people with dementia and their carers can access the right support at the right time to make life better for them.

https://alzheimersotago.org.nz/

Postnatal Depression NZ

Support Groups
Details
0800 933 922
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Having a baby is a life-changing  event, and while it can be a time of great joy, it can also be really difficult. Depression can happen any time during pregnancy or up to a year after your baby is born. Here's what to look out for, and what you can do to help yourself or someone who needs support.

https://www.plunket.org.nz/being-a-parent/looking-after-you/parent-mental-health/postnatal-depression/#getting-help-and-support

Ostomy Society NZ

Support Groups
Details

Amputee Society

Support Groups
Details
03 455 6347
Phone
Mobile
213a Bayview Road, St Clair, Dunedin 9012
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

The Otago/Southland Society was established in 1944 - one of the first of the current eight affiliated Societies of the Amputees Federation of New Zealand Inc. It has approximately 200 members and is administered by a Committee based in Dunedin. Membership of the Committee includes people from Southland and other areas outside Dunedin.

https://www.amputee.co.nz/otago-southland

ADHD NZ

Support Groups
Details
(09) 625 1754
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

​To advance the ADHD community by providing practical information and support. We connect people and organisations, enabling our members to collaborate on solutions and successfully live with ADHD. We inspire our members to succeed through learning events and sharing their stories. And we help them act through expert advice and support.

https://www.adhd.org.nz/about-us.html

Children with Disabilities

Support Groups
Details
021 685 400
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 10am -5pm

Services

It would be great to bring enjoyment to children's lives, but our focus is on the lack of facilities in New Zealand that cater for disabled children. Our mission! To first make Northland the most disability-friendly region in New Zealand and then roll it out NZ-wide. To provide more events for our disabled children their parents and siblings to enjoy togetherness. Accessible places, wheelchair-friendly outdoor experiences, and playground equipment. sensory programs and equipment in public spaces. Our mission is to make every disabled child welcome in the whole of New Zealand.

https://www.childrenwithdisability.co.nz/child-focused-resources/

Rainbow Space

Support Groups
Details
03 455 6281
Phone
Mobile
414 King Edward Street, South Dunedin, Dunedin 9012
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Thursday's 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Services

The Space Programme is for mainly first time parents with newborn babies. Sessions are held over 3-4 terms in a relaxed, baby-friendly atmosphere. Weekly sessions include: The opportunity to meet and get to know other new parents, Discussions on relevant child development and parenting topics, Play sessions with appropriate equipment that supports infants' learning and development, And introduction to rhymes, music and books for infants. The main aim of these groups is to encourage parents to become involved in their children's play and understand their child's development.

http://www.rainbowpreschool.co.nz/

Otago Disabled Students Association

Support Groups
Details
022 169 9204
Phone
Mobile
84 Albany Street, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Services

Otago Disabled Students’ Association (ODSA) is a whānau made of tauira from both the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic. Members may either identify as a disabled or impaired student themselves or be an ally of the disabled community. Disability reflects the interaction between an individual's impairment and the barriers of their environment. This includes, but is not limited to, physical impairment, mental health and psychological conditions, learning and/or sensory forms of impairment, neurodiversity, chronic illness, individuals within the Deaf community and beyond.

Grow Dunedin - Mental Wellness Centre

Support Groups
Details
03 477 2871
Phone
Mobile
Grow Centre, 22 Manse St, Dunedin City
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Wednesday 1pm - 5pm

Services

Find an in-person or online group that is most convenient for you. No referral or appointment is required. Just turn up or connect via Zoom and introduce yourself. Grow Dunedin provides an in person support group every Monday at 5:30pm at the Grow centre (22 Manse Street).

https://grow.org.nz/find-grow-group/

Able Charitable Trust (Southern Family Support)

Support Groups
Details
0800 494 262
Phone
Mobile
34 Prince Albert Road, St Kilda, Dunedin 9012
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

Services

Able Minds supports tangata whaiora who are affected by mental distress or addiction and their family and whānau in New Zealand. Region wide free, confidential and mobile community-based service to support tangata whaiora who are affected by mental distress or addiction and their whānau.  Our goal is to provide individuals and families with the strength, skills and support they need for a better life experience at home, at work and in the community.

https://www.platform.org.nz/members/our-members/view/able-charitable-trust-ta-able-minds/

MEISS (Otago & Southland) INC

Support Groups
Details
03 471 6169
Phone
Mobile
Dunedin Community House, 301 Moray Place, Central Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Tuesday to Friday 11am - 1pm

Services

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) by providing them with information and support, and by educating health professionals and the wider community.

https://sites.google.com/site/meiss2inc/

Enabling Love & Friendship

Support Groups
Details
027 765 5458
Phone
Mobile
105 North Road, North East Valley, Dunedin 9010
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 1pm - 5pm

Services

Enabling Love aims to organise events and social gatherings for people to meet face to face and gather socially.

https://enablinglove.nz/

Hope Centre | Te Whare Tumanako

Support Groups
Details
027 240 0114
Phone
Mobile
63 Hanover Street, Central Dunedin, Dunedin
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm

Services

We are open for Peer Support from 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.

https://www.lifematters.org.nz/hope-centre

Aspire kids Tamariki Matana Trust

Support Groups
Details
022 043 3641
Phone
Mobile
103 Fitzroy St, Forbury, Dunedin
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Holiday, After School and Weekend Programmes for special needs, providing educational and recreational services for people of different ages. Aspire kids provides a supportive living that provides 24/7 care for individuals with disabilities.

https://www.aspirekids.co.nz/

Otago Crohn's & Colitis Support Group

Support Groups
Details
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

We aim to give support and understanding not only for patients but family, relatives and support people who suffer with IBD in the community and to raise awareness where possible.

https://crohnsandcolitis.org.nz/otago%20support%20group

Otago Fertility Support (Fertility NZ)

Support Groups
Details
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

This private group is a safe place to come and share in this journey together, find support and encouragement and find some solace in the hard times.

https://m.facebook.com/groups/490346264504442/about/#_=_

Antidote Cromwell

Pharmacies
Details
(03) 445 1145
Phone
Mobile
22 The Mall Cromwell 9310 New Zealand
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8am - 5:30pm

Saturday 10am - 3pm

Services

Welcome to antidote Cromwell.  We have been looking after locals and visitors to Cromwell since 1874.  We are very proud of our heritage. At antidote Cromwell, our pharmacists can help to support the health of your family; they can provide advice and treatment for common minor illnesses for all ages. Pharmacists ensure that prescriptions are dispensed correctly and that the medicine and dose is appropriate for you, so that you receive the maximum benefits from your medicines. We will help you understand what your medicines are prescribed for, how to take them, possible side effects and how to store them. All advice and treatment is conducted in a professional and confidential manner and most services do not generally require an appointment. For safe disposal, please return any expired or unwanted medicines, or needles/lancets and syringes to your pharmacy. There is no charge for this service.

Family Works Presbyterian Support Otago - Alexandra office

Social work and other services
Financial Assistance
Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(021) 244 7756
Phone
Mobile
Alexandra Community House, 14-20 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

We support both families and individuals (any age), offering help that ranges from social work, financial mentoring to group programmes for both children and adults. The extensive experience of the Family Works team tells us that tamariki are healthier and happier when whanau function well. Our programmes and services support whanau, individuals, tamariki and rangatahi to build on their strengths, develop healthy relationships and learn new skills that will help through challenging situations and help build a brighter future.

http://www.psotago.org.nz

Uruuruwhenua Health Inc

Health Service
Details
(03) 445 8111
Phone
Mobile
47 Centennial Avenue Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

10am - 4pm weekdays

Services

Uruuruwhenua Health works closely with existing health providers and whanau in the rohe to ensure that all parties are facilitated towards effectively growing whanau ora through collaborative and co-operative efforts.Services are delivered within Uruuruwhenua – the geographical area covered by Roxburgh, Wanaka, Makarora, Maniototo, Cromwell, Ranfurly, Millers Flat and Alexandra. The service has an office based in Alexandra. Our whanau worker/s operate a mobile service from this central location. This allows for services to be delivered in shearing quarters, fruit industry accommodations, whanau, community homes and facilitated through premises including doctors’ surgeries, hospital and clinics.

https://www.uruuruwhenuahealth.co.nz/

Central Otago Living Options

Disability Support
Details
(03) 448 7748
Phone
Mobile
29 Ngapara Street Alexandra
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

Supporting people who have a disability to live in their community.

Alzheimer's Society Central Otago

Health Service
Details
(03) 4489056
Phone
Mobile
Alexandra Community House 14/20 Centennial Avenue Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Thursday

Services

To provide support, education and information to people affected by Alzheimer's disease and any dementia and memory loss. Support Groups for those caring for people with dementia are held in Wanaka, Queenstown and Alexandra. Home visits and telephone support are provided. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy and weekly groups are held in some locations throughout the area.

http://www.alzheimersotago.org.nz/

Age Concern Otago Inc - Central Otago Branch

Information and Advice
Details
(03) 448 7075
Phone
Mobile
Alexandra Community House 12-20 Centennial Avenue Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 4:30pm

Services

Your local Age Concern is your first port of call when you and your family/whanau need: information, advice, referral and support.

http://www.ageconcernotago.com/

Central Otago Local Council Website

Information and Advice
Details
(03) 440 0056
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Online

Services

Find council services and information online by clicking on the website link.

http://www.codc.govt.nz/

Victim Support - Central Otago

Social work and other services
Details
(0800) 842 846
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

24/7

Services

Victim support provides information, support and assistance to victims, witnesses, their families and friends. Victim Support also promotes victims' rights through raising public awareness and recognition of the effects of crime.

http://www.victimsupport.org.nz

Kelly Sports Central Otago

Children and Youth
Details
(022) 699 6537
Phone
Mobile
2 Meyer Street Central Otago Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm

Services

Kelly Sports encourages kids to have fun, build confidence and to give sport a go. We are passionate about what we do because we believe that sport has so much to offer young people. Sport and physical activity improves fitness, builds confidence, develops communication skills, teaches respect and consideration and gives children a place to channel their energy.

https://www.kellysports.co.nz/locations/south#area

Central Otago Freemasons Mobility Scooters Charitable Trust

Equipment & Assistive Technology
Details
(03) 448 7566
Phone
Mobile
31 O'Neill Crescent Bridge Hill Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Available anytime

Services

Mobility chairs and scooters available for short term hire to elderly or persons recovering from illness in Central Otago Lake District, or visitors to the area.

Central Otago Funerals

Funeral Homes
Details
(03) 448 8642
Phone
Mobile
Central Otago Funerals 16 Ennis Street Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

8:30am - 5pm

On call 24/7

Services

Funeral Directors We are here to facilitate your farewell wishes at any venue that suits your family.

https://centralotagofunerals.co.nz/

Otago Community Hospice - Central Otago office

Health Service
Details
(03) 445 0056
Phone
Mobile
24 McNulty road Cromwell 9310
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

The Otago Community Hospice provides specialist palliative care services to anyone in Otago with a life limiting illness. Most of our care is delivered in the community wherever the patient resides, whether that is home, a care facility or a rural hospital. Our community care team provides: specialist assessment, care coordination, family support, night care, education, respite or admission if required.

Grey Power Central Otago Inc.

Older people
Details
(03) 446 8733
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Available anytime

Services

We are an advocacy service for the 50 +'s, promoting the welfare and well-being of seniors. We monitor what the Government is doing and how it will affect our members, meeting with Politicians to make the concerns of our members known.

Budget Advisory Service, Central Otago

Financial Assistance
Details
(03) 448 8072
Phone
Mobile
14 - 20 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra, 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9:30aqm - 1:30pm

Services

To provide and develop budgeting skills within the community to clients through a free, supportive, confidential, and culturally aware service.

Central Otago Rural Education Activities Programme Inc (REAP)

Education & Transition Services
Details
(03) 448 6115
Phone
Mobile
14 - 20 Centennial Ave Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Thursday 8:30am - 5pm

Friday 8:30am - 3pm

Services

Central Otago REAP provides educational opportunities from early childhood, school and adult years. A range of programmes are offered to provide support to second chance learners including free adult literacy classes, computer and lifeskill courses. Central Otago REAP manages the Strengthening Families process in the Upper Clutha, Central Otago and Maniototo areas.

http://www.coreap.org.nz

District Nursing Service: Central Otago

Health Service
Details
(03) 443 0750
Phone
Mobile
Wanaka Lakes Medical Centre 23 Cardrona Valley Road Wanaka 3905
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

8am - 4:30pm daily.

Services

The District Nursing Service (DNS) in Central Otago covers the Alexandra, Cromwell, Wanaka areas and environs including Tarras, Makarora, Albert Town, Hawea, Bannockburn Fruitlands, Omakau, Becks and Poolburn. The DNS is part of Central Otago Health Services Ltd (COHSL). There are two DN bases – the main base is located in Clyde at Dunstan Hospital, and the satellite base in Wanaka at the Wanaka Lakes Medical Centre, 23 Cardrona Rd. Wanaka.Services provided by the DNS: General Nursing care, Wound care, Palliative care, Cancer and chemotherapy support, Advanced IV care, Medication administration and management, Ostomy support and advice, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Continence support, advice and equipment, Provision of Domiciliary Oxygen, ACC community nursing contract services.

http://www.cohsl.co.nz

HeartKids- Central Otago

Children and Youth
Details
(021) 11 33877
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Supporting heart kids through life. For children who are born with congenital heart defects.

http://www.heartnz.org.nz

Birthright Central Otago Inc

Children and Youth
Details
(03) 448 8386
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

No set times

Services

Support for children of "One Parent Families"

https://www.birthright.org.nz/region/central-otago

Central Otago Optical Ltd

Visual Impairment
Details
(03) 448 6727
Phone
Mobile
3 Deel Street Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

Central Otago Optical provides eyecare, education and advice services to New Zealanders who are blind or partially sighted. Optical aids and a range of magnifiers are available for trial or purchase.

Riding for the Disabled Association - Central Otago

Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(027) 839 8986
Phone
Mobile
State Highway 8 - Clyde-Alexandra Road Alexandra 9320
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Riding days on Thursdays between 9am - early afternoon between September and May each year. (Usually Terms 4 & 1) Can be contacted anytime.

Services

The RDA Mission is: Confidence, independence and well being for people with disabilities through therapeutic horse riding and horse care.

http://www.rda.org.nz

Dunstan Hospital

Health Service
Details
(03) 440 4300
Phone
Mobile
29 Hospital Street Clyde 9341
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Outpatients hours: Monday to Friday 8am - 4:30pm

Services

Central Otago Health Services Ltd (COHSL) is the community owned, not-for-profit company which is responsible for providing health services out of Dunstan Hospital. We provide acute medical care, rehabilitation, palliative care and a full range of community services for people throughout the age spectrum.Our mission is to provide an integrated health service that is client/patient focused, clinically competent, efficiently delivered, well co-ordinated, culturally appropriate and meets the changing needs of the COHSL service areas.

http://www.cohsl.co.nz

ADL - Central Lakes

Children and Youth
Details
(0800) 292 988
Phone
Mobile
35 The Mall Cromwell 9310
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

Services

Adventure Development provides a range of therapeutic services to young people and their families in Southland, Otago, Central Otago and South Canterbury. Some services vary depending on location.

http://www.adlnz.org.nz

Anglican Family Care - Central Otago

Children and Youth
Details
(027) 583 6115
Phone
Mobile
14-20 Centennial Avenue Alexandra
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

We provide two programmes: Home Based Social Work Support and Family Start. Both services are home based and focus on improving children's growth and health, learning and relationships, family circumstances, environment and safety, particularly when parents are struggling with challenges or problems that may make it harder to care for their children. Home Based Social Work Support is a shorter intervention and children can be aged up to 17 years of age. This service is not available in Queenstown. Family Start support babies and their caregivers early-before the baby's birth or in their first year and can provide longer term support.

https://www.anglicanfamilycare.org.nz/

Grey Power - North Otago Inc

Older people
Details
(03) 434 5634
Phone
Mobile
100 Thames St Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Anytime

Services

Socio/economic & cultural support for all persons 50 years and over resident in the Waitaki district. Grey Power supports members making representations to SDHB, Work and Income, Inland Revenue, Land Transport Safety Authority and others, about matters of concern to our members and which affects our lives.

https://greypower.co.nz/associations/north-otago/

OSCAR@Fenwick

Children and Youth
Details
(021) 1565 871
Phone
Mobile
Fenwick School 25A Arun St Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 7:20am - 9am, 3pm - 6pm (School Term)

Monday to Friday 7:20am - 5:45pm (School Holidays)

Services

To provide Before School, After School and Holiday care for children in the Oamaru area.

https://enrolmy.com/oscar--fenwick

Oamaru Pacific Island Community Group Inc

Services for Maori
Details
(027) 415 2129
Phone
Mobile
7 Coquet Street Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Services

The vision of OPICG Inc is for our Pacific community to be connected, resilient and successful, that our culture and identities are nourished. Our Mission is through building on our strengths, holding collective responsibility and knowing our tupuaga (our roots) we build cultural identity and nourish the mana of our people and grow Pacific leadership.Our five strategic goals include:1.We provide community-led, quality Pacific led service provision with our Pacific community.2.That we promote cultural resilience, education, learning that is strengths based.3. That we grow our community and cultural competency through strategic conversations and raising expectations across Waitaki.4. Organisational development and growing OPICG Inc governance and operational teams to role model best practice.5.Growing leadership so we are ready, capable, leading the change we want to see.

https://www.oamarupacific.nz/

Waitaki Community Mental Health Service

Mental Health Support
Details
(03) 433 0002
Phone
Mobile
Ground Floor 2 Trent Street Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

After hours Crisis Line: 0800 443 366

Services

Community mental health service incorporating adult, child,adolescent, alcohol and drug services. For people with moderate to severe mental illness. 24 hour on call crisis service.

https://www.southernhealth.nz/getting-help-you-need/mental-health-and-addictions

CCS Disability Action - Waitaki

Disability Support
Details
(03) 437 9005
Phone
Mobile
316 Thames Highway Oamaru
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 12pm

Services

CCS Disability Action is the largest pan-disability support and advocacy organisation in New Zealand. CCS Disability Action’s vision is to see every disabled person included in the life of their family and community. As well as providing direct support and advocacy, we have a wider role in shaping society’s attitudes towards people with a disability. We have been working with disabled people and their families since 1935 and are now at the forefront of service provision, advocacy and information sharing in the disability sector New Zealand-wide. Our people are professional, innovative, dedicated and knowledgeable. We hold ourselves to the highest possible ethical and professional standards and are known for our partnership approach to support. We partner with disabled people, their families and whānau to enable them to have choice and control in their lives. We are also the organisation that manages the Mobility Parking Permit Scheme providing greater convenience and community access for over 160,000 permit holders.

http://www.ccsdisabilityaction.org.nz

Age Concern Otago - Waitaki District

Social work and other services
Details
(03) 434 7008
Phone
Mobile
Community House 100 Thames Street Oamaru
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Thursday 9am - 4:30pm

Friday 9am - 12:30pm

Services

Age Concern Waitaki offers social connection programmes, health promotion activities and seminars, and elder abuse response services.

https://www.facebook.com/ageconcernwaitaki/

Waitaki Local Council Website

Information and Advice
Details
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Online

Services

Find council services and information online by clicking on the website link.

http://www.waitaki.govt.nz/

Waitaki Multicultural

Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(03) 434 7544
Phone
Mobile
2nd Floor Abacus Building 102 Thames Street Oamaru 9400
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Waitaki Multicultural provides Migrant Support and Newcomers Network services to assist people to settle in the Waitaki area Fostering harmonious race relations, promoting unity and cultural diversity in the communities.

https://waitakimulticultural.org.nz/

CluthaDANCE

Sport, recreation and friendship
Details
(027) 299 2445
Phone
Mobile
4 George Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Open to inquiries 24/7, services offered Monday to Saturday.

Services

To provide and opportunity for dance and the arts education within the Clutha District. Offering dance, drama and music education, groups and classes.WE have a team of teachers lead by Elspeth Dunne who hold several dance teaching qualifications with BBO and ADA.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Clutha-DANCE/276295599091070

Clutha District Returned Services Welfare Trust

Financial Assistance
Details
(03) 418 3137
Phone
Mobile
85 Clyde Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Available by phone or email 7 days per week.

Services

This service provides welfare assistance to returned and home service persons and their spouses/dependents. This is in the form of advice and cash grants for matters of service nature.

http://www.rsa.org.nz/

Central Occupational Health

Health Service
Details
(03) 418 1918
Phone
Mobile
622 Clutha Valley Road RD4 Balclutha 9274
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

7 days a week

Services

Drug testing services for Work and Income clients. Prices exclusive of GST.Onsite microscreen 11 urine or oral fluid rug test $70.

The Clutha Budget Advisory Service

Financial Assistance
Details
(03) 418 0463
Phone
Mobile
14C James Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Tuesday to Friday 9:30am - 4:30pm

Services

We provide free, confidential budgeting assistance to families and individuals in the Clutha district. Supervisors of Debt Repayment Orders.

Southern Rivers Community Mental Health Team

Mental Health Support
Details
(0800) 44 33 66
Phone
Mobile
24 Clyde Street Balclutha
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

Mental Health assessment, treatment and management options for children, adolescents, up to age 18 years, and their families.

https://www.southernhealth.nz/getting-help-you-need/public-health/contact-information-public-health/contact-public-health-nursing

Oranga Tamariki-Ministry for Children, Balclutha

Children and Youth
Details
(0508) 326 459
Phone
Mobile
Cnr George and Charlotte Streets Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Under the new COVID-19 Protection Framework ‘traffic light’ system, all sites are open with some health and safety requirements. You can also contact us on 0508 326 459 or email contact@ot.govt.nz if you have a report of concern or any questions.Our focus remains to keep at-risk tamariki safe and support whānau and communities. The Practice Centre has more information about the implications for practice at current traffic light settings.

https://www.orangatamariki.govt.nz/

Work and Income - Balclutha Service Centre

Government Agencies
Details
(0800) 559 009
Phone
Mobile
Cnr George & Charlotte Streets Balclutha
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Wednesday 9:30am - 5pm

Services

Work and Income is a service of the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) and delivers support and employment services to more than 1 million New Zealanders.Work and Income provides assistance in a number of ways; see our services to find out how we can help you and your family. You can also contact us by phone or use MyMSD.

http://www.workandincome.govt.nz

Heartland Services - Balclutha

Information and Advice
Details
(03) 418 4048
Phone
Mobile
16 James Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Services

Heartland Service Centre is a one-stop-shop from which the local population may access a range of Government, and other related services.

http://www.cluthanz.com

Otago Public Health Nursing Service - Balclutha

Health Service
Details
(03) 419 0465
Phone
Mobile
24 Clyde Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Contact us- online service is available on the website.

Services

Public Health Nurses are registered nurses who have knowledge, experience and training in child and family health.

https://www.southernhealth.nz/getting-help-you-need/public-health/contact-information-public-health/contact-public-health-nursing

Parents Centre New Zealand Inc - Balclutha

Children and Youth
Details
(027) 840 4966
Phone
Mobile
6/1 John Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Music Bash- Monday 10am

Mums & Tots Pilates-Tuesday 10.30am

Tots & Toddlers- Fortnightly, Wednesday 10am

Playgroup - Thursday 9.30am -11.30am

Coffee Friday- Friday 10am

Services

Parents Centre NZ offers a wide range of support networks for parenting with the prime service being childbirth education. Internal supports are a priority for locally run committees which in turn ensures good quality support and education is available for parents within the community.

http://www.parentscentre.org.nz

New O.S.C.A.R. Balclutha Trust

Children and Youth
Details
(027) 315 7253
Phone
Mobile
Balclutha Primary School Hall 19 Lanark St Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Before school: 6:30am - 8:30am

After school: 3pm - 5:30pm

School holidays: 6:30am - 5:30pm

Services

To create a safe and fun OSCAR approved programmes for children aged between 5 -13 years after school and school holidays.

https://www.facebook.com/oscarbalclutha/

Milton Elder CARE Trust

Older people
Details
(03) 417 8843
Phone
Mobile
185 Union Street Milton 9220
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours
Services

Milton Elder CARE Trust offers a day programme for older adults with musical groups, singalongs, companionship, physical activities, recreation.

Tokomairiro Waiora Inc.

Services for Maori
Details
(03) 417 7430
Phone
Mobile
4 Shakespeare Street Milton 9220
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Thursday 9am - 3pm

Friday 9am - 1pm

Services

Tokomairiro Waiora Inc.is a kaupapa Maori Health service providing Whanau Ora services to the South Otago rohe.The key objective of our service is to ensure existing health professionals and providers are co-ordinated and that Maori are assisted to better utilise the services that are available. Tokomairiro Waiora Incorporated services are available to all members of the community. Development of whanau health plans are for specific conditions and age groups and are targeted for improvement in the health for each whanau. We provide information and guidance to assist whanau toward a healthier lifestyle.We Provide a Break-Away Youth Holiday Programme and health education and information from a Māori perspective.

http://www.tokowaiora.co.nz

Cancer Society of NZ - South/West Otago

Information and Advice
Details
(027) 277 7632
Phone
Mobile
Unit 5 37 Clyde Street Balclutha 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Message anytime.

Services

The Cancer Society of New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to minimise the impact of cancer on our community through support, education and research.

https://www.cancer.org.nz/about-us/find-a-cancer-society-office-near-you/balclutha/

Anglican Family Care - South Otago

Children and Youth
Details
(03) 418 2530
Phone
Mobile
13 High Street, Balclutha, 9230
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 4:30pm

Services

We are a Child and Family Support Service providing free, social work support to families with children up to 17 years old. Our HOME BASED FAMILY SUPPORT program provides advice and support around child behaviour and parenting skills, household management and routines. Our FAMILY CENTRED SERVICE works with family/whanau who have experienced family violence who want to make their families/whanau safer places to be. Our FAMILY START program is an intensive long-term home based service assisting families with vulnerable children from 12 weeks gestation to one year old to build their strengths and capacities to ensure the children have the best possible start in life. We have STRENGTHENING FAMILIES coordination where families working with multiple services can use this process to help agencies and family work together to improve health, education and social outcomes for family and whanau. The RESTORATIVE JUSTICE process is also available.

https://anglicanfamilycare.org.nz/contact/

South Otago Community Corrections

Education & Transition Services
Details
(03) 470 3790
Phone
Mobile
62 Narrowdale Road, Milburn, 9291
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Please call during normal business hours

Services

Ara Poutama Aotearoa, the Department of Corrections, is responsible for supporting people to comply with their sentences and orders (as imposed by the Courts or the Parole Board), to access programmes and services which help reduce the likelihood of their re-offending, make a contribution to the community and develop some of the life skills, knowledge and experiences which will help them lead lives without crime. Corrections works closely with a wide range of community and government partners, including mana whenua, to help people make and sustain change in their lives and create safer communities and families/whānau. If you are serving a community sentence or you have been released from prison on parole or with special conditions, you are usually “on probation”. Our community team work with people on probation to motivate them to make changes in their lives. This may include attending Community Work or programmes to address violence, alcohol and drug abuse or driving offences. If appropriate, offenders can attend programmes that teach them about Maori culture and give them opportunity to re-connect to their iwi. People on sentences and orders with Corrections may reside in one of 18 prisons across New Zealand, or be required to report to a Probation Officer and attend programmes in the community at one of over 70 Community Corrections’ sites or hubs.

http://www.corrections.govt.nz

Victim Support - South Otago

Social work and other services
Details
(0800) 842 846
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

24/7

Services

Victim support provides information, support and assistance to victims, witnesses, their families and friends. Victim Support also promotes victims' rights through raising public awareness and recognition of the effects of crime.

http://www.victimsupport.org.nz

Queenstown Pharmacy

Pharmacies
Details
(03) 441 0590
Phone
Mobile
Cnr Brecon Street & Isle Street Queenstown 9300 New Zealand
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 6pm

Saturday & Sunday 10am - 5pm

Services

Pharmacists can help to support the health of your family; they can provide advice and treatment for common minor illnesses for all ages.Pharmacists ensure that prescriptions are dispensed correctly and that the medicine and dose is appropriate for you, so that you receive the maximum benefits from your medicines. Your pharmacist will help you understand what your medicines are prescribed for, how to take them, possible side effects and how to store them.All advice and treatment is conducted in a professional and confidential manner and most services are provided free of charge and do not generally require an appointment.For safe disposal, please return any expired or unwanted medicines, or needles/lancets and syringes to your pharmacy. There is no charge for this service.

https://www.queenstownpharmacy.co.nz

Queenstown Medical Centre

Health Service
Details
(03) 441 0500
Phone
Mobile
9 Isle Street Queenstown, 9730 New Zealand
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 8pm

Saturday & Sunday 10am - 6pm

Services

Queenstown Medical Centre (QMC) operates across three sites – Queenstown, Arrowtown and Frankton (Remarkables Park). In addition to General Practice, Isle St houses an Accident & Medical clinic and facilitates access to a range of health services including Immigration Medicals, Travel Medicine and Sexual Health and Family Planning.  Co located are Radiology and Ultrasound, Psychology, Physiotherapy & Pharmacy.

https://www.qmc.co.nz

Queenstown Dentist

Health Service
Details
(03) 442 7274
Phone
Mobile
44 Beach Street Queenstown 9300 New Zealand
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Thursday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Friday 8:30am - 3pm

Services

This dental practice will accept new adolescent patients.

Antidote Queenstown

Pharmacies
Details
(03) 441 4497
Phone
Mobile
Shop C05, Queenstown Central Queenstown 9371 New Zealand
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 10am - 4pm

Services

Antidote is locally owned and operated and we want to change the way the health system works. We don't want to see you only when you're sick. We're here to prevent you from getting sick. Your health is more than just medication and we want to bring you the tools to use outside of your prescription to improve your health.

http://www.antidote.nz

The Doctors Whakatipu

Health Service
Details

Southern Lakes Funerals

Funeral Homes
Details
(03) 442 2399
Phone
Mobile
Unit 2 26 Glenda Drive Frankton Queenstown 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

24/7 on call

Services

Funeral Directors We are here to facilitate your farewell wishes at any venue that suits your family.

Counselling Service - Sarah Deering

Mental Health Support
Details
(021) 252 7620
Phone
Mobile
Level 1 Alta House Terrace Junction 1092 Frankton Road Frankton Queenstown 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

By appointment

Services

I work with many types of problems and can meet with individuals, couples, or families. My experience covers working with issues such as: grief, depression, anxiety, family conflict, family violence, separation, poor motivation, and stress related issues. I am a member of NZAC and am also a WINZ subsidised counsellor, and Victim Support Approved Counsellor - therefore subsidies can be offered. Professionalism and confidentiality is assured.

http://www.counsellingprovider.co.nz

Whakatipu Youth Trust

Children and Youth
Details
(03) 451 1413
Phone
Mobile
4a 15 Red Oaks Drive Frankton Queenstown 9371
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Office: Monday to Friday 9am - 5:30pm

Youth Centre: Monday to Thursday 3:15pm - 5:30pm

Services

Wakatipu Youth Trust is a not for profit organisation that works alongside young people aged 10-24 to achieve positive outcomes through both support and advocacy.We provide, opportunities, resources, skilled people and safe environments which help to foster confidence, strength and challenges youth to reach their full potential.

http://wakatipuyouthtrust.co.nz

Happiness House Community Support Centre

Social work and other services
Details
(03) 442 6531
Phone
Mobile
4 Park Street Queenstown 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday 10am - 4pm

Tuesday to Friday 9am - 4pm

Services

Happiness House is a registered charity assisting the Whakatipu area supported by funding groups, local businesses, organisations and individuals. Also a fantastic little op shop that partially funds the center.Social, Emotional and Practical support for individuals and families operated out of a friendly and home-like environment.

http://www.facebook.com/HappinessHouseQueenstown

Mary Ferguson

Children and Youth
Details
(027) 504 4730
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

In Queenstown on Tuesday/Wednesday.

Services

Registered Psychotherapist (Adult. Also Children, Youth and Family Specialty).I work across the Central Lakes region consulting in Queenstown, Cromwell and Wanaka. When I first meet my clients I believe it is important to establish a warm and supportive rapport; then together establish a good understanding of your worries and difficulties and a treatment plan.I often meet pregnant mums, parents with worries about their baby, anxious children, couples, families and people who are distressed for all manner of reasons and I am constantly reminded of how difficult and complicated our lives can be and feel. It is a pleasure to support my clients toward resolution. Parenting and Infant Wellbeing, Relationship counselling, Trauma and Grief, Children & Youth, Family Therapy, Depression & Anxiety.

http://www.mary-ferguson.co.nz

QLDC Holiday Programme

Children and Youth
Details
(03) 443 4791
Phone
Mobile
Queenstown Events Centre 33 Joe O'Connell Drive Frankton Queenstown 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 6am - 9pm

Saturday, Sunday & public holidays 8am - 8pm

Services

We offer an OSCAR-approved Sport and Recreation Holiday Programme. We aim to enhance the quality of life for all people within the District: By further developing services and facilities. By carrying out sound social, physical and economic planning. By ensuring the provision of cost effective services is responsive to community needs.

http://sportrec.qldc.govt.nz/kids/school-holiday-programme/

Central Lakes Community Mental Health Team

Mental Health Support
Details
(03) 441 0010
Phone
Mobile
19 Douglas Street Frankton 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am - 4:30am

(After hours emergency call 0800 467 846)

Services

Multidisciplinary team that provides assessment and treatment to all people who have moderate to severe mental illness. This includes a child, adolescent and family service, Drug and Alcohol service and Adult mental health service. An on call service operates after hours for all mental health emergencies.

https://www.southernhealth.nz/

Mana Tāhuna Charitable Trust

Services for Maori
Details
(027) 778 3935
Phone
Mobile
5 Sutherland Lane Frankton Queenstown 9300
Physical Address
More Info
Fax
Hours

Monday to Sunday 8am - 6pm

Services

Mana Tāhuna is a Charitable Trust based in Tāhuna (Queenstown) New Zealand. Mana Tāhuna Charitable Trust stood up as a post CO-VID response as there has been a need to further unite the Māori and Pasifika community here and provide them with support. At this stage we are focused on the following three areas:Youth wellbeing, resilience and career pathwaysWhānau health and wellbeingMāori re-skilling and re-employment opportunities

http://www.manatahuna.co.nz