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Rape Prevention Education - Whakatu Mauri

October 01, 2012 at 9:54 AM

Rape Prevention Education provides information around crisis and sexual abuse issues. The website can link you to Rape Crisis Centres around NZ that can provide free support, counselling (both phone and face-to-face), practical assistance, advocacy, and resources for women and children who are survivors of rape and/or sexual abuse. The organisation also provides education and training for young people, parent groups and the wider community, especially in the Auckland region on preventing sexual violence and dealing with disclosures of abuse.

Contact: P O Box 78-307, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1245
ph: 360 4001 fax: 361 2739 email: info@rapecrisis.org.nz

Visit their webite: www.rpe.co.nz



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