An enrolment drive for Auckland’s new migrant communities

Get health advice from a registered nurse, or discuss wider issues with Citizens Advice of the Health & Disability Comission.


Healthline link)

0800 611 116

Healthline is a Government free telephone advice service. Trained registered nurses can talk with you if you’re feeling unwell but not sure whether you need to see a doctor, or need some urgent advice about a family member or friend who’s sick. They can arrange an interpreter if you need language support. The service is free, confidential and is available 24-hours, 7 days. 


Citizens Advice Bureau link)

Provides confidential information, advice and support for a wide range of issues including settlement


Citizen's Advice Bureau Language Connect link)

Get help in one of more than 20 languages at CAB Language Connect.


Health & Disability Commission link)

0800 112 223

You have the right to be treated with respect by health & disability providers. Any concerns or wish to complain, contact the organistion/service that provided your care or the Health & Disability Commission (HDC).