Campaign for Action on Family Violence external link
Find links to the websites of organisations around New Zealand who are committed to supporting individuals and communities to say family violence, it's not OK.

Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women and Children external link
The Centre promotes the development of community- centred, action research on violence against women and children.

Child, Youth and Family external link
This site promotes the wellbeing and safety of children and supports positive parenting. Child, Youth and Family is a service of the Ministry of Social Development, and is part of a network of agencies aiming to build an environment where child abuse is not tolerated.

Coronial Services of New Zealand external link
The Coronial Services of New Zealand investigates circumstances and causes of death in a respectful and professional manner. Its findings are used to make recommendations for improving public safety and preventing similar deaths.

Families Commission external link
The Families Commission promotes the interests of all families and encourages a better understanding of family issues and needs amongst government agencies and the wider community.

Family Violence National Directory, Family & Community Services external link
The National Directory lists organisations in your area that offer support for families.

Jigsaw external link
Jigsaw is a not-for-profit organisation focused on the wellbeing of all New Zealand children and their families. The diverse group of independent, community-based social service agencies that make up the Jigsaw network advocate against all forms of child abuse, neglect, and family violence, and support families so they can raise their children in safe and nurturing ways.

Kidshealth external link
Kidshealth is a child and youth health information website for parents and health professionals. The site is a joint initiative between the Starship Foundation and the Paediatric Society of New Zealand.

Ministry of Health external link
The Ministry of Health aims to ensure the health and disability system works for all New Zealanders.

National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges external link
Women's Refuge aims to help stop family violence in New Zealand by providing quality services and speaking out where necessary.

National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative external link
The National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative is a clearinghouse and resource centre for domestic violence fatality review in the United States.

National Network of Stopping Violence Services external link
This is a network of community organisations working to end men's violence to women and children across Aotearoa/New Zealand.

New Zealand Family Violence Clearing House external link
The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse is the national centre for collating and disseminating information about domestic and family violence in Aotearoa New Zealand.  We provide information and resources for people working towards the elimination of family violence.  The NZFVC is based at the School of Population Health, The University of Auckland.

Office of the Children's Commisioner external link
The Children's Commissioner speaks out on behalf of all children to ensure their rights are respected and upheld.

Shine external link
Shine is a New Zealand organisation offering a free helpline, training and consultancy. It is the largest single family violence prevention service in New Zealand.

Skylight external link
Skylight is a non-profit national organisation that provides specialised support to children, young people and their families/whānau experiencing change, loss, trauma and grief.

Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families external link 
The Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families was established in June 2005 to advise the Family Violence Ministerial Team on how to make improvements to the way family violence is addressed, and to eliminate family violence in New Zealand. The Taskforce consists of CEOs, decision-makers from the government and non-government sectors, the judiciary and Crown agencies. Richard Wood is the Chair and Brendan Boyle, the Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development, is the Deputy Chair.

Last updated 27/09/2017