City Centre Support
Support groups and organisations providing help, information & advice to our neighbourhoods & communities in the Auckland City Centre .
Contact us if you know of, or have a group you would like added.
City Centre Police 09 302 6400
If it is not an emergency (or you are unsure -ambulance or police?) ring the above number and a very helpful person will decide what should be done.
Always ring 111 in an emergency.
Hearing Impaired? - Text 111
Find notified council resource consent applications open for submission
Not always easy to find on the website! Click below.
Auckland Community Law Centre
A community-based non-profit, providing free legal services to those in the community who cannot afford to pay a lawyer. Domestic violence, employment, tenancy, immigration, employment and more - all here in the city centre in Anzac Ave.
Providing access to justice in our community.
SPLICE IS A MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE CONNECTING IN AUCKLAND’S CITY CENTRE.
A very active, welcoming and diverse group, Splice's vision is to nourish courage, compassion, and strengthen community in Auckland's inner city by:
- Building relationships with locals
- Creative ideas, partnerships and connections
- Advocacy as a voice of social justice, standing with the city centre’s complex and diverse population.
New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. Whānau āwhina - caring for families.
Wed 9:45 am - 12:15 pm Pop in and play with Plunket at Ellen Melville Centre
The Peace Place
Working in the city centre for peace, non-violence, respect for the environment and justice for all, everywhere.
Bringing people together in a spirit of peace and social justice to explore, discover and respond to the times in which we live.
Peace, care for the environment, inter-faith dialogue and fairness (social justice).
WaitematĀ Youth Collective
A group of 14 12-24 year olds in Waitematā (the city centre area and fringe of Auckland city) working to make sure the Waitematā Local Board and other community stakeholders listen to young people on important issues in our community.
Inner City Women's Group
Since 1988, ICWG has worked to prevent domestic violence against women through education and empowerment. Specialising in:
- supporting survivors of domestic violence
- offering assertiveness, communication, confidence-building skills and strategies
- parenting support for women affected by domestic violence
- women’s offender support services
auckland university chinese students society
The Chinese students club in The University of Auckland! 奥克兰大学中国学生协会Auckland University A non-partisan, non-profit organization, specifically designed for enrolled Auckland University students to participate in the various events that they run. The club operates with the intention to provide students with opportunities to be a part of social events, academic support and volunteer experiences.
ADCOSS | Inner City Network
Building networks of contact and activism and creating platforms for public discussions to elicit innovative and relevant ideas and information. This network aims to become a central hub for information on what’s happening in the city, a place where people can connect, network, collaborate and initiate community projects
pregnancy help auckland
to provide free and client focused practical assistance, information and advice during pregnancy and early childhood.
Based in the city centre :
Free pregnancy tests -Baby clothing -Bassinets loan for 3 months - Take home packs for Mums that have just found out they are pregnant - Listening ear, advice and information - Professional counselling if required - info in other languages including Maori, Samonan, Niuean, Tongan and Chinese
CAB provides free, multilingual and confidential advice to everyone - legal, immigration, employment, financial, health, consumer, tenancy and much more. Online, by phone or visit them in the City Centre Library
Arabic العربيه - Burmese - Cantonese 廣東話 - Farsi & Dari فارسی و دری - Filipino - Japanese 日本語 - Korean 한국어 -
Kurdish كوردى - Mandarin 普通話
Nepali - Russian Русский - Spanish Español - Taiwanese 台語
Tamil தமிழ் - Urdu اردو
RainbowYOUTH (est.1989) is a charitable organisation dedicated to helping young queer and gender diverse (LGBTIQ) people up to the ages of 27, as well as their wider communities. Providing unbiased information and education regarding sexuality, gender and identity to everyone in the community, in order to foster understanding and acceptance of diversity
Know Who You Are, Be Who You Are