People who can help

There are numerous organisations ready to help you with any sort of problem you may be having. Often, just talking to someone can make a positive difference.

Are you in financial trouble

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Personal help services

Loan Complaints 0800 943 600
Alcohol Drug Helpline 0800 787 797
Alcoholics Anonymous 0800 229 6757

Anxiety Helpline

0800 269 4389

Citizen Advice Bureau 0800 367 222
Community Law Centres  
Depression Helpline 0800 444 757
Gambling Helpline 0800 654 655
Healthline 0800 611 116
Lifeline 0800 543 354
Need to talk - 1737  
Parent Helpline 0800 568 856
Relationships Aotearoa 0800 735 283
Rural Support Trust 0800 787 254
Suicide Crisis Helpline 0508 828 865
Work and Income 0800 556 006

You could also get help from an accountant, lawyer, debt management company or insolvency practitioner but they are likely to charge a fee payable for this.